INFRASTRUCTURE-Consulting / Handling of Projects/Port Projects

COLD STORAGE-Assisting in establishing and running projects

CONSULTANCY: Shipping and Logistics Matter

  1. Shipping Agencies (Container, Breakbulk, Oil Tankers, LPG, and Car Carriers)

  2. Consolidation

  3. Sea / Air & Air / Sea Services

  4. NVOCC (Non-Vessel Operating Container Carrier)

  5. Transportation

  6. Acceptance of Loose Cargo

  7. Crew changes, delivery of ship spares, replenishment of fresh water and bunkers, etc. Our authorities are very flexible on visa formalities for crew joining and repatriating. High-speed motor launches are available for OFF-PORT LIMIT operations.

AIV management has extensive experience relating to all shipping activities and is an institute in itself as it has the most experienced staff from Liner operations to NVOCC operations. We are committed to providing a full range of shipping services to our customers and clients. We have with us a very strong team of professionals, having a vast experience in all Shipping fields. It is a combination of seniors with experience of 25-30 years and juniors with experience of 5-8 years. By having such a combination we can provide custom made services as per requirements of our customers with our company history, we enjoy the best reputation in this sector.

Our network is fully geared and equipped with the most advanced working platform, capable enough to provide a tailor-made cost-effective logistics services to  our  valued  customers. All aspects of shipping-related activities are handled by our organization.
AIV provides liner service ranging from Containerised Vessel, Ro Ro Vessels, Tankers, Project Cargo vessel.
The logistics / consolidation section offers the logistics / consolidation facility within the city and to various ICD’s in Pakistan
AIV also offers Ware-housing, Storage, Segregation, Sorting, Re-labeling, Bar-coding, GOH, Palletization services to customers on demand using advance computer systems according to the needs and desire.


Pakistan is surrounded by landlocked countries & is blessed by sea ports has ample potential for types of logistics activities.

Aviation Services in Pakistan have a predominant share by private sector players. In consonance with the privatization policy, it encourages the private sector to enter into air travel services, three private airlines are operating successfully on local and international routes. Gandhara International Airport in Islamabad is being constructed by a Chinese company; the total cost of the project is Rs 63 billion. The first phase has been completed while the second phase will be completed by September 2012 and it would be operational by December 2012.

Railways is a national state-owned rail transport service of Pakistan. It provides an important mode of transportation throughout Pakistan. It is commonly referred to as the “lifeline of the country”, by aiding in the large-scale movement of people and freight throughout Pakistan and adjoining countries.

Pakistan railways having a lot of potential for growth now has a new division Public-Private Partnership Pakistan Railways which has shocked hands with Private Operators. In this pursuit, Pakistan Railway has started several trains in Public-Private Partnership. Pakistan Business Express Train commenced its maiden Journey on February 3. 2012 and Shalimar Express resumed its operation on February 25, 2012. Pakistan Railways is open for Public Private Partnership, leasing of routes & also for the purchase of engines & equipment.

Road transport is the backbone of Pakistan’s transport system. The 9,574 km long National Highway and Motorway network – which is 3.65 percent of the total road network – carries 80 percent of Pakistan’s total traffic. Over the past ten years, road traffic – both passenger and freight – has grown significantly faster than the national economy. Currently, it is accounting for 91 percent of national passenger traffic and 96 percent of freight.

Currently, two new projects for road links are in progress which would facilitate Afghanistan & Tajikistan for both passenger & Freight but the freight would be the dominant factor as they are landlocked countries.

The road from the northwestern Pakistani town of Bannu to Ghulam Khan 80-kilometre (50-mile) on the Afghan border will cost four billion rupees ($48 million), The road will provide a central trade route between Pakistan and Afghanistan whereas the road link from Chitral, only 36km road can link Pakistan with Tajik border.

International bus services are also in consideration for Karachi-Quetta-Zahidan-Tehran, Iran

Islamabad-Dushanbe, Tajikistan, Islamabad-Kashghar, China & Muzaffarabad-Srinagar, India

AIV has expertise not only to support infrastructure development but also to represent international operators & players in the above sectors. AIV being a vigilant organization would not only assist players in bidding for projects, but it will also provide complete assistance & guidance for the entire business process.


AIV has expertise in Infrastructure Development and The Chief executive of AIV is a Member of an Executive Committee and Chairperson Sub-Committee for Ports and Shipping, Logistics, and Infrastructure of the Italian Development opportunities in various sectors specifically in integrated cold chain projects.nt Council. He has taken the initiative of traveling to Italy numerous times to promote various infrastructure projects in Pakistan, which include the KPT Harbor Crossing and Cable Stay Bridge Project amongst many other projects, These projects are highly profitable and workable making economic viability to those interested parties who are willing to take up such projects.


AIV has a trading division with a dedicated staff having an excellent network in the local & international market. We seek clients and suppliers and provide them with best business opportunities.


AIV has highly experienced personnel being well versed in their fields AIV is committed to not just providing consultancy to our customers but to catering to their needs just like our own with utmost perfection and dedication.


AIV has an experienced and dedicated team to cater to the needs of establishing and running Cold Storage in Pakistan as it has great potential for development. Efforts are being made to establish cold storage units and to develop a fleet of reefer containers as an integrated part of the supply chain For this purpose Italian companies have shown their interest to explore investment.