1. Mobilink Jazz
Mobilink (Urdu: موبی لنک) is a trading name of Pakistan Mobile Communications Limited (PMCL), a mobile operator in Pakistan providing a range of prepaid and postpaid voice and data telecommunication services to both individual and corporate subscribers.
2. Nestlé Pakistan
Nestlé Pakistan (نیسلے پاکستان) is a Pakistani food company which is a subsidiary of Swiss multinational company Nestlé. It is active in dairy, confectionery, coffee, beverages, infant nutrition, and bottled drinking water areas. It is based in Lahore, Pakistan.
3. Pakistan Tobacco Company
Pakistan Tobacco Company Limited (پاکستان تنباکو کمپنی لمیٹڈ) is a Pakistani tobacco manufacturing company which is a subsidiary of British American Tobacco. It is headquartered in Islamabad, Pakistan, and is the biggest cigarette maker in Pakistan.
4. Meezan Bank
Meezan Bank (Urdu: میزان بینک) is the largest Pakistani Islamic commercial bank which is a subsidiary of Kuwaiti company Noor Financial Investment. The Bank is headquartered at Meezan House in Karachi, Pakistan. It has a network of over 802 branches. It commenced operations in 2002 when the State Bank of Pakistan issued the first-ever license for Islamic commercial banking.
5. Engro Corporation
Engro Corporation, earlier known as Esso Fertilizers, (اینگرو کارپوریشن) is a Pakistani multinational conglomerate company with subsidiaries involved in the production of fertilizers, foods, chemicals, energy, and petrochemicals.
Its major subsidiaries, Engro Fertilizers, which is one of the largest fertilizer manufacturers in the world. Other major subsidiaries include Sindh Engro Coal Mining Company, Engro Powergen, and Engro Polymer. Each year Engro Corporation launches Engro Enablers Graduate Trainee Engineer Program for fresh graduates.
6. Oil and Gas Development Company Limited
Oil and Gas Development Company Limited, commonly known as OGDCL (شرکتِ محدود برائے ترقیاتِ گیس و تیل) is a Pakistani oil and gas company. It has a primary listing on the Pakistan Stock Exchange and a secondary listing on the London Stock Exchange. Established in 1961 by the Government of Pakistan. Today it is involved in exploring, drilling, refining, and selling oil and gas in Pakistan. It is the market leader in terms of reserves, production, and acreage.
7. Unilever Pakistan
The Unilever Pakistan Limited (UPL), formerly Lever Brothers Pakistan Limited was established in Pakistan in 1948.
The town of Rahim Yar Khan was the site chosen for setting up a personal care factory. Unilever Pakistan is the largest fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) company in Pakistan, as well as one of the largest multinationals operating in the country. Now operating six factories at different locations around the country. Unilever’s head office was shifted to Karachi from the Rahim Yar Khan site in the mid-1960s.
8. Telenor Pakistan
Telenor Pakistan (Pvt.) Limited (Urdu: ٹیلی نار پاکستان) is the second-largest cellular & digital services provider in Pakistan owned by Telenor Group, which is an international provider of voice, data, content and mobile communication services in 9 markets worldwide in Scandinavia and Asia. Currently, Telenor Pakistan has a total subscriber base of 48.9 million with a 27% cellular market share in Pakistan and more than 1,300 employees. Since its launch in 2005, the company has made an investment of more than $5 billion.