Infrastructure Sindh

Infrastructure & Technology Matco strives to be the most technologically advanced rice processing firm in Pakistan and continuously seeks excellence in order to reach its goals and milestones. As a result there is persistent enhancement in the art of procuring, storing, processing and packing rice within the firm.

Recently Matco successfully added a 4th processing line at its existing facilities in S.I.T.E-II Industrial Area Karachi. 9 colour sorters installed in various production lines including two of the latest Series Z4 by Sortex (Buhler) and 2 by Satake. An Infrared Color Sorter is also installed which detects minute traces of glass and plastic in the rice.

There are two automated small packing facilities for smaller bags of rice. Another small packing production line is built on a new area of 30,000 sq.ft in S.I.T.E Industrial Area, Karachi.

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  • The production capacity stands at 150,000 MT of raw rice per annum.
  • The total processing capacity is of 40 MT/hr in Karachi
  • Matco I 10 MT/hr | Matco II 25 MT/hr | Small Packing Unity 5 MT/hr
  • Company investments in plant and property exceeds US$ 30 million.

 

SINDH

Spread over 140,900 square kilometers and with a population of over 50 million, Sindh is the second largest province of Pakistan in terms of population . The province is bordered by land on three sides, with the Arabian Sea in the south west. The mighty Indus River flows from the world’s highest mountains into the Arabian Sea. The colossal flow of Indus water has brought for Sindh rich silt and sandy loam from northern areas which enhance the fertility of the soil. The climate of Sindh is arid and hot. According to the climatic and soil condition of the province, different areas are suitable for different crops e.g. Larkana, Shikarpur and Jacobabad are suitable for growing rice as main crop and peas, mustard and sunflower as minor crops.