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Security Wall at Gwadar North Free Zone completes

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Islamabad, Mar. 13 (INP): The construction of the 8 -km -long boundary wall around Gwadar North Free Zone (Phase II)” has been finally completed.

It is a landmark security project that will make sure safety at the north and the south side of Gwadar North Free Zone (Phase II) spreading over 2,221 acres of land, Gwadar Pro reported on Wednesday

The 14 -feet -high security cemented-wall starts from Gwadar Fish harbor and ends at Koh-e-Mehdi (famous mountain of Gwadar), around five kilo meters away from Gwadar Port. The wall runs along the six-lane Eastbay Expressway.

Alongside the Security wall, Gwadar Free Zone North Phase (II) is going to be equipped with all allied services including telecom cabling, sewerage pipes, power transmission lines, road networks and potable water supply lines.

Gwadar Port Authority (GPA) is responsible to provide all such allied facilities till entry of Gwadar Free Zone North (Phase II).

GPA official Dawood Baloch told Gwadar Pro that work is afoot on expeditious way to provide all allied utilities and enmities in the North Free Zone.

COPHC official said that completion of security wall will work as shot in the arms of companies either starting operation or flexing their muscles to roll out formal functions in the North Free Zone.

Recently Agven fertilizer company on 10 acres of land has begun its test operation in Gwadar North Free Zone. Agven private limited is the first investor that has set up an industry in Gwadar North Free Zone.

It is first of its kind in Gwadar in terms of both size and manufacturing product.

INP/javed

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