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FMPAC
FMPAC
  • Sustainability

    Collaborating to Ensure the Enduring Sustainability of Domestic Production by Augmenting Depleting Natural Gas Resources.

  • Availability

    Ensuring Year-Round Availability of Fertilizers Nationwide

  • Affordability

    Providing Urea to Farmers at a Reasonable Price Significantly Lower than the Imported product, thereby Maximizing Benefits for Them

FMPAC - Fertilizer Manufacturers of Pakistan Advisory Council

FMPAC – Fertilizer Manufacturers of Pakistan Advisory Council is a collective forum of all the fertilizer manufacturers in Pakistan. It is created to promote, protect, and safeguard the common and legitimate interest of the fertilizer industry in Pakistan, as well as to provide facilitation to farmers.

The council engages with the government and other stakeholders to aid in the development and implementation of optimal policies. It addresses various issues affecting the fertilizer industry and its beneficiaries, particularly farmers, which significantly contributes to the nation’s food security.

Objectives

As the central authority representing all fertilizer manufacturers in Pakistan, FMPAC commits itself to a set of clear objectives. These objectives guide our strategies and actions in championing the interests of our industry and providing essential support to the farming community.

  • To advocate, defend, and uphold the shared and lawful interests of the fertilizer industry in Pakistan.
  • To serve as a representative for fertilizer manufacturing companies in front of governmental bodies and relevant regulatory agencies, aiding in the development and implementation of optimal policies to address various challenges facing the industry.
  • To gather, organize, and distribute historical data on fertilizer and agriculture to members and the Federal or Provincial Governments, ensuring no information is shared that could be considered anti-competitive.
  • To cultivate and sustain a positive image of the fertilizer industry within the country, among the government, farming community, and the general public.
  • To provide advisory services to the Government of Pakistan to prevent unnecessary imports and maintain a balance between fertilizer supply and demand through domestic production.
  • To encourage and facilitate cooperation among member companies, ensuring unified responses to issues with the Federal and Provincial Governments.
  • To maintain consistent communication with the government (federal and provincial) and associated departments and agencies concerning legislative measures impacting the fertilizer industry.
  • To foster a consensus among members concerning policies, procedures, and legislation related to fertilizer production, imports, and marketing, thereby allowing the group to address issues with the government with a unified voice.
  • To keep a steady connection with relevant ministries concerning policies that affect the fertilizer sector.
  • To undertake any actions that may be beneficial for extending the trade and commerce of its members or that may indirectly contribute to achieving this goal, with a special focus on fertilizer export.

Charter

As the Fertilizer Manufacturers of Pakistan Advisory Council (FMPAC), we adhere to a set of fundamental principles and guidelines embodied in our charter. This charter steers our operations and the conduct of our member organizations, paving the way for sustainable growth and significant contribution to Pakistan’s agricultural sector.

  • To foster and sustain a positive perception of Pakistan’s domestic fertilizer manufacturers among all stakeholders, including Federal and Provincial Governments, regulators, and gas suppliers.
  • To evade any conflicts of interest—actual or potential, present or future, financial or otherwise—that may arise either individually or collectively within Pakistan’s fertilizer manufacturers and the Company.
  • To abstain from endorsing any causes that could negatively impact, either individually or collectively, the fertilizer manufacturers of Pakistan.
  • To strictly avoid any activities, discussions, or information sharing that could constitute or be interpreted as a breach of any law, including the Competition Act of 2010.
  • To advocate common issues affecting the collective fertilizer manufacturing industry of Pakistan and individual member companies with various stakeholders, as long as no conflicts of interest are anticipated among other members.
  • To organize, conduct, and attend various activities such as press briefings, conferences, Q&A sessions, and media interactions. Also, to issue statements in print or electronic media, all following the prior approval and specific directives of the Company.
  • To actively participate in workshops, seminars, exhibitions, and conferences related to the fertilizer industry.
  • To consider members’ specific recommendations for a productive contribution toward Pakistan’s agricultural, economic, and social development.
  • To keep close relations with national and international fertilizer associations and organizations.
  • To initiate or support any actions aimed at resolving genuine grievances related to the business operations of member companies.
  • To maintain communication with farmers and fertilizer dealer associations, promoting collective interests in policy circles and providing facilitation to the farmers.

Objectives

As the central authority representing all fertilizer manufacturers in Pakistan, FMPAC commits itself to a set of clear objectives. These objectives guide our strategies and actions in championing the interests of our industry and providing essential support to the farming community.

  • To advocate, defend, and uphold the shared and lawful interests of the fertilizer industry in Pakistan.
  • To serve as a representative for fertilizer manufacturing companies in front of governmental bodies and relevant regulatory agencies, aiding in the development and implementation of optimal policies to address various challenges facing the industry.
  • To gather, organize, and distribute historical data on fertilizer and agriculture to members and the Federal or Provincial Governments, ensuring no information is shared that could be considered anti-competitive.
  • To cultivate and sustain a positive image of the fertilizer industry within the country, among the government, farming community, and the general public.
  • To provide advisory services to the Government of Pakistan to prevent unnecessary imports and maintain a balance between fertilizer supply and demand through domestic production.
  • To encourage and facilitate cooperation among member companies, ensuring unified responses to issues with the Federal and Provincial Governments.
  • To maintain consistent communication with the government (federal and provincial) and associated departments and agencies concerning legislative measures impacting the fertilizer industry.
  • To foster a consensus among members concerning policies, procedures, and legislation related to fertilizer production, imports, and marketing, thereby allowing the group to address issues with the government with a unified voice.
  • To keep a steady connection with relevant ministries concerning policies that affect the fertilizer sector.
  • To undertake any actions that may be beneficial for extending the trade and commerce of its members or that may indirectly contribute to achieving this goal, with a special focus on fertilizer export.

Charter

As the Fertilizer Manufacturers of Pakistan Advisory Council (FMPAC), we adhere to a set of fundamental principles and guidelines embodied in our charter. This charter steers our operations and the conduct of our member organizations, paving the way for sustainable growth and significant contribution to Pakistan’s agricultural sector.

  • To foster and sustain a positive perception of Pakistan’s domestic fertilizer manufacturers among all stakeholders, including Federal and Provincial Governments, regulators, and gas suppliers.
  • To evade any conflicts of interest—actual or potential, present or future, financial or otherwise—that may arise either individually or collectively within Pakistan’s fertilizer manufacturers and the Company.
  • To abstain from endorsing any causes that could negatively impact, either individually or collectively, the fertilizer manufacturers of Pakistan.
  • To strictly avoid any activities, discussions, or information sharing that could constitute or be interpreted as a breach of any law, including the Competition Act of 2010.
  • To advocate common issues affecting the collective fertilizer manufacturing industry of Pakistan and individual member companies with various stakeholders, as long as no conflicts of interest are anticipated among other members.
  • To organize, conduct, and attend various activities such as press briefings, conferences, Q&A sessions, and media interactions. Also, to issue statements in print or electronic media, all following the prior approval and specific directives of the Company.
  • To actively participate in workshops, seminars, exhibitions, and conferences related to the fertilizer industry.
  • To maintain communication with farmers and fertilizer dealer associations, promoting collective interests in policy circles and providing facilitation to the farmers.
  • To consider members’ specific recommendations for a productive contribution toward Pakistan’s agricultural, economic, and social development.
  • To keep close relations with national and international fertilizer associations and organizations.
  • To initiate or support any actions aimed at resolving genuine grievances related to the business operations of member companies.
 

Fertilizers in Pakistan

The following fertilizers are used in Pakistan:

  • Urea
  • Boron
  • NP (NitroPhos)
  • DAP (Dia Ammonium Phosphates)
  • CAN (Calcium Ammonium Nitrate)
  • MAP (Mono Ammonium Phosphates)
  • SSP (Single Super Phosphates)
  • TSP (Triple Super Phosphates)
  • SOP (Sulphate of Potash)
  • MOP (Muriate of Potash)
  • Zinc Sulphate
  • NPK (Nitrogen Phosphorous Potash)

Member Companies