KARACHI: Pakistan Standards Quality Control Authority (PSQCA) is keen to support quality related activities for the benefit of economy and consumers in Pakistan. PSQCA has been participating and supporting consumer products and services quality conference CPSQC.
“I congratulate Umar Ghauri Chairman The Consumers Eye Pakistan-TCEP for successfully holding 5th Quality Conference CPSQC-2015 which becomes Pakistan’s largest event to help aware people about the Quality of Products and services to strengthen the country on the basis of quality for a better future of our coming generations,” said Barkat Saeed Memon Director General, Pakistan Standards Quality Control Authority in 5th Consumer products and Services Quality Conference CPSQC-2015, organized by TCEP in collaboration with Pakistan Standards & Quality Control Authority (PSQCA) and Consumer Pakistan.
Deputy Director CA Pakistan Standards Quality Control Authority Waiz Ikram-Ul-Haque read the message in behalf of Director General Pakistan Standards & Quality Control Authority in the conference. Umar Ghauri Chairman TCEP in his key note speech, thanked Commissioner Karachi Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui and chief guest Waseem Vohra Vice President FPCCI for their active participation in 5th CPSQC-2015.
He said that TCEP has been annually organizing CPSQC since year 2011 to make Pakistan a consumers’ heaven and to strengthen the country on the basis of quality, productivity and competitiveness for a better future of the coming generations. CPSQC has become Pakistan’s largest event to help aware traders about the quality related matters.
Umar Ghauri said that his mission is excellence in quality products and services for all and build Pakistan a world-class country in Quality matters.
Waseem Vohra Vice President Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FPCCI) in his address hailed CPSQC 2015. Pledging his full support, he termed it a key to success for trade and industry in Pakistan. Aamir Rafi President Consumer Pakistan in his opening speech welcomed the guests and said that economic growth and prosperity are linked to the consumers’ rights.
Siddiqui presided over the conference in which he pledged his full support to TCEP for its efforts to promote quality culture in Pakistan. He acknowledged TCEP chairman for his extra ordinary efforts to protect consumers’ rights and his campaign against counterfeit products.
Siddiqui assured audience that he will not let counterfeiters free or unchecked in Karachi. Other guest speakers highlighted the quality matters through their presentations.