PSO celebrates 43 years of excellence

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KARACHI: PSO Managing Director Jahangir Shah and Directors Tara Uzta Dawood and Humayun Barakzai, all General Managers and Senior Management in a group photo just before cutting the cake marking 43th anniversary of the Company.

KARACHI: Pakistan State Oil (PSO) celebrated its 43rd anniversary. A simple yet elegant cake-cutting ceremony was held at the company’s headquarter, PSO House in Karachi. Jehangir Ali Shah, MD & CEO, PSO, Ms. Tara Uzra Dawood, Muhammad Hamayun Khan Barakzai, Members of the PSO Board of Management, senior officials and employees of the company joined the celebrations, says a Press release.
Speaking on the occasion, Ms. Tara Uzra Dawood, Member PSO Board of Management, said: “In its growth journey spanning now over 43 years of dedication, the company has always been committed to contribute to the nation’s growth and sustainable development. This has been achieved through professionally trained, high quality, motivated workforce, working as a team with a strong devotion to company success goals.”
“I believe that the company has great potential to touch new heights in a very competitive environment in coming years. On behalf of the PSO Board of Management, I would like to congratulate everyone at PSO for their perseverance that makes the company shine.”
Expressing his views Jehangir Ali Shah, MD&CEO, PSO said: “For 43 years now, PSO has been continuously delivering innovation and pioneering petroleum technologies with consistent quality products and services. The spirit of team work has always been very strong as PSO is continuously moving forward with more focused approach to serve the nation in a much better way in ever changing business scenarios.
“I would like to congratulate and thank the PSO family, members of the PSO Board of Management, the government of Pakistan, our business partners, stakeholders, and customers on this occasion. Everybody has chipped in to help us attain the position at which we are today”.
The company was set up on December 30, 1976 through a reorganization plan implemented by the Government of Pakistan merging Pakistan National Oils (PNO), Premier Oil Company and State Oil Company (SOCL).