Air Freight

Airfreight unit of D2D Logistics is dedicated to the transport of cargo through airline. Air transport is a vital component of int’l ‘Supply Chain Management’. It is difficult or nearly impossible to accomplish an international trading (import/export processes) or international re-positioning of raw material / finished goods without a professional logistics support. It involves integration of information, transportation, inventory, warehousing, material handling and packing services. D2D Logistics provides the services of geographical re-positioning of raw material and finished inventories where required at the lowest possible cost. Our Air-freight department provides added flexibility to your supply chain.…

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Introduction

D2D Logistics focuses on serving its customers with global sourcing and supply-chain-management solutions by creating values and innovative door-to-door international logistics services. We also develop sophisticated transportation and distribution services to meet the needs of our customers. Whatever the scope of our involvement, our goal is always the same; to establish long-term business relationship with our clients based upon trust, confidences and delivery in remarkable services. Our experienced & dedicated people endeavor to provide you with appropriate logistics solutions; customized to your particular needs. We help you in every aspect…

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Pakistan and global economy

There are no two opinions in the notion that it is the age of globalization. According to a quote attributed to former United Nations’ Secretary General Kofi Annan, arguing against globalization is like arguing against the laws of gravity. The world is coming from close to closer and from closer to closest. Globalization is the process and it always goes forward. There is no going back. The political development in various parts of the world, including the United States, the South East region and Europe, all are trying to make…

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Govt may impose Rs1,500 billion new taxes in next budget

ISLAMABAD: The government has received a proposal to impose Rs 1,500 billion new taxes in the upcoming budget and it has been decided that the non-filers will have to pay two percent tax on the sale and purchase of property. This was revealed by Finance Minister Muhammad Ishaq Dar while giving a briefing to the cabinet on the budget proposals for the year 2016-17. Finance Division Secretary Dr Waqar Masood Khan also gave a detailed presentation to the cabinet members. Ishaq Dar said that the government was concentrating on major…

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Bangladesh exports rise 12.7%

DHAKA: Bangladesh’s exports rose 12.7 percent in December from a year earlier to $3.2 billion, driven by an increase in readymade garment sales, official data showed. Exports for July to December, the first half of the country’s 2015-16 financial year, rose 7.8 percent from a year earlier to $16.1 billion, the Export Promotion Bureau said. Sales of garments, comprising knitwear and woven items, totalled $13.13 billion in the July-December period, up 9.2 percent from a year earlier. Garments are a key foreign-exchange earner for the South Asian nation, whose low wages…

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