TAQ deploys HSE-compliant fleet for Syngenta

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Staff Reporter

Multan

TAQ Logistics, one of Pakistan’s leading logistics companies achieved an important milestone in their history by deploying HSE (health, safety and environment) compliant fleet of vehicles for Syngenta Pakistan in Multan.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the deployment was held at Syngenta’s warehouse in Multan, with the senior management of both companies in attendance.
The new TAQ fleet is fully equipped with all the necessary tools to provide protection for stock, drivers and vehicles. Their drivers have also received specialized training in defensive driving techniques and HSE both internally and by the driver training centre run by the National Highways and Motorways Police. Mr. Ali Tariq, Managing Director TAQ, shared his thoughts at the event saying, “The new fleet is a reflection of our aim to provide the highest standards of customer service in the most efficient manner while complying with the most stringent HSE requirements. I am also thankful to Syngenta for their contributions in enhancing the HSE standards in Pakistan. We are very pleased to partner with a company that is dedicated to helping our agriculture industry. We look forward to continuing supporting Syngenta’s vision.”
Syngenta Pakistan, in line with Syngenta Global’s objective, is working towards addressing the biggest challenge facing humanity – feeding a growing population. It is doing so by making efforts to improve the sustainability of agriculture and business by empowering farmers. The HSE-compliant fleet will help the products reach these farmers quicker, which in turn will help them be more productive. This is an important step towards helping Syngenta achieve its mission of ending hunger.
With nearly 50 years of experience, TAQ is a pioneer of the logistics industry and has grown to become one of the largest logistics company in Pakistan. TAQ provides a reliable, responsive, and transparent one-window, end-to-end logistics solutions to its customers. TAQ services include freight forwarding, warehousing and transportation.

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