In a significant step, the Gwadar Free Zone (phase-II) is now fully operational in text and spirit, after the start of the land allotment procedure and soil testing by registered enterprises. The first phase of the Gwadar Free Zone is complete and operational.
After establishing a number of other economic and infrastructural projects, including an exhibition center, agro industrial park, and three factories, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan opened the Gwadar Free Zone (phase-II) during his one-day visit to Gwadar on July 5, 2021.
According to its first phase of infrastructure development plan, Agvon, a Chinese corporation, has formally started its physical work by starting a soil testing study.
The Agvon dredging crew is working around the clock on the allocation of 10 acres of land. “Agvon wants to develop a state-of-the-art fertilizer processing facility within the required time frame,” according to Majid, a representative of China Overseas Port Holding Company (COPHC).