National Logistics Cell (NLC)
National Logistics Cell (NLC), 100% owned by the Government of Pakistan was founded in 1978 and specializes in cargo transportation and construction work.
NLC is a financially independent, multidimensional organization that employs more than 7000 personnel, and has more than 1400 state-of-the-art trucks and 444 units of earth moving and construction equipment. NLC today, is on its way to be become a modern, flexible and sophisticated logistics service provider in Asia.
The Company is actively involved in the transportation of essential commodities such as wheat, sugar, fertilizer, cement, cotton, rice and machinery across Pakistan. NLC also has a fairly established "Liquid Cargo Operations". It specializes in the transportation of crude oil, furnace oil and Naphtha from oil fields located in various parts of the country.
In addition, NLC also handles bonded cargo, container transportation and operates a fleet of 24 car carriers with a one-time lift capacity of 192 vehicles. NLC has been involved in the repair and construction of roads and highways as well as grain storage facilities in Pakistan. The company has more than 491 units of earth moving equipment and has constructed over 234 kilometers of roads in Pakistan.
NLC has also rehabilitated over 2,922 kilometers of roads in various parts of the country. The company has built several grain storage facilities in Pakistan having a combined storage capacity of 1,091,559 tons of wheat.