All Pakistan
Textile Mills Association

The All Pakistan Textile Mills Association is a trade organization representing the largest sector of Pakistan Textile encompassing more than 223 textile companies.

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February 19, 2024Industry

By Shahid Sattar | Muhammad Mubasal The global textiles and apparel trade is witnessing a significant transformation, shifting emphatically towards man-made fibers (MMF), which now constitute approximately 63% of global textiles and apparel trade, earning them the title “fiber of the future”. However, Pakistan’s textile sector stands at a crucial crossroads, predominantly tethered to cotton-based […]

January 24, 2024Industry

By Shahid Sattar | Asim Riaz Pakistan’s generation capacity, encompassing northern hydel, southern nuclear, and coal sources, requires strategic solar plant installations at the DISCOs’ 132kV level. This should be facilitated by allowing power-wheeling through B2B contracts at a Use of System/Wheeling Charge of 1 US cent/kWh that allows for competitive end-user prices. These installations […]

January 15, 2024Industry

By Shahid Sattar | Asim Riaz Brownouts and blackouts are critical issues affecting the stability and reliability of power supply systems in Pakistan. A brownout is a partial, temporary reduction in power availability, often indicated by a voltage drop in the system. This phenomenon usually occurs when the power system is under stress, possibly due […]

July 5, 2022Misc. Reports

ALL PAKISTAN TEXTILE MILLS ASSOCIATION PRINCIPAL OFFICE ISLAMABAD ELECTION SCHEDULE ELECTION OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS AND THE OFFICE BEARERS OF APTMA FOR THE YEAR 2022-23 DAY DATE RULE ACTIVITY Tue 05-07-2022 14(2-a) Announcement of Election Schedule and circulation of Preliminary List of Voters. Thu 07-07-2022 18(2) Receiving changes in the names of Authorized Representative(s) […]

October 25, 2021Misc. Reports

The higher import bill and current account deficit (CAD) noted in recent months poses serious risks to the macroeconomic outlook, particularly Pakistan’s Balance of Payments. This has highlighted the need to take holistic action in achieving a trade balance, as both imports and exports present us with their own unique set of dynamics. While our […]

October 22, 2021Misc. Reports

The higher import bill and current account deficit (CAD) noted in recent months poses serious risks to the macroeconomic outlook, particularly Pakistan’s Balance of Payments. This has highlighted the need to take holistic action in achieving a trade balance, as both imports and exports present us with their own unique set of dynamics. While our […]

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Dr GOHAR EJAZ

FORMER PATRON IN CHIEF
CHAIRMAN

ASIF INAM



ASIF INAM

CHAIRMAN
SECRETARY GENERAL

SHAHID SATTAR



SHAHID SATTAR

SECRETARY GENERAL
CHAIRMAN NORTH

KAMRAN ARSHAD



KAMRAN ARSHAD

CHAIRMAN NORTH
CHAIRMAN SOUTH

ZAHID MAZHAR



ZAHID MAZHAR

CHAIRMAN SOUTH
  • Exchange Rates (INTER BANK RATES)
  • Export Bill Discounting Rate
  • Cotlook ‘A’ Index
  • NYC US cent/lb
  • KCA Pak Rs./ Maund 40Kg
  • China ZCE Cotton No. 1 Rates

February 24, 2024

Country

Currency

Selling

Buying

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

USD

279.50

279.00

UNITED KINGDOM

GBP 

352.69

352.04

EUROPE

EUR

302.07

301.47

JAPAN

JPY

1.86

1.83

February 23, 2024

Currency

Spot

Sight/OD

1 Month

2 Month

3 Month

4 Month

5 Month

6 Month

USD

279.35

278.62

277.45

275.49

273.66

271.82

269.98

268.08

EUR

302.12

301.39

300.43

298.68

297.06

295.49

293.88

292.18

GBP

352.86

351.93

350.53

348.11

345.84

343.55

341.28

338.93

JPY

1.8625

1.8597

1.8581

1.8540

1.8506

1.8456

1.8416

1.8372

CAD

206.75

206.23

205.42

204.07

202.79

201.50

200.22

198.89

February 22, 2024

A Index = 100.50

A Index Change = (+1.20)

February 23, 2024

Contract

Close

Change

CTH24 Mar-2024

92.60

+ 1.41

CTK24 May-2024

93.23

+ 1.54

CTK24 July-2024

92.85

+ 1.31

February 23, 2024

KCA (Grade -3) Spot

23,577

February 23, 2024

Prod

Last

Change

Vol

Open Interest

WQH 24 (Mar 24)

16,170

– 025.00

8,132

30,592

WQK 24 (May 24)

16,215

– 025.00

209,889

562,776

WQN 24 (July 24)

16,220

– 030.00

8,384

19,715

WQU 24 (Sep 24)

16,370

– 015.00

37,085

98,669

WQX 24 (Nov 24)

16,355

+ 010.00

295

5,128

WQF 25 (Jan 25)

16,220

+ 015.00

4,113

21,134

Publications



Read Article
Shahid Sattar and Eman Ahmed / Oct 27, 2021

Critical importance of competitive energy rates across textile value chain

New investments have a central role in the sector’s expansion and will serve as the ladder to economic growth, generating 500,000 fresh employment opportunities along the way
February 19, 2024Industry

By Shahid Sattar | Muhammad Mubasal The global textiles and apparel trade is witnessing a significant transformation, shifting emphatically towards man-made fibers (MMF), which now constitute approximately 63% of global textiles and apparel trade, earning them the title “fiber of the future”. However, Pakistan’s textile sector stands at a crucial crossroads, predominantly tethered to cotton-based […]

January 24, 2024Industry

By Shahid Sattar | Asim Riaz Pakistan’s generation capacity, encompassing northern hydel, southern nuclear, and coal sources, requires strategic solar plant installations at the DISCOs’ 132kV level. This should be facilitated by allowing power-wheeling through B2B contracts at a Use of System/Wheeling Charge of 1 US cent/kWh that allows for competitive end-user prices. These installations […]

January 15, 2024Industry

By Shahid Sattar | Asim Riaz Brownouts and blackouts are critical issues affecting the stability and reliability of power supply systems in Pakistan. A brownout is a partial, temporary reduction in power availability, often indicated by a voltage drop in the system. This phenomenon usually occurs when the power system is under stress, possibly due […]


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