Mission Statement

All Pakistan Marble Industries Association (APMIA) established with a commitment to serve Pakistan’s Stone Industries that specialise in Marble, Granite, Sandstone, Onyx etc. All Pakistan Marble Industries Association (APMIA) has been working since 1985 with the basic objectives to aid and stimulate the production and development of marble and granite industry , marketing and export of marble & granite, progress business in which marble industry is engaged and scientific development as well as in removing obstacles to achieve rapid and constant growth.

Over the years, we have successfully created maximum awareness in the Pakistani stone markets and brought continuous interaction between Pakistan Stone Industries.

All along, the Association has been very aggressive in taking the problems to concerned authorities, knocking the doors of the lowest to the highest and solving them by getting positive and favourable action to help and augment Pakistan’s stone trade.

As the only premier body at national level to speak and serve for Pakistan’s stone industries, APMIA takes under its umbrella all those involved in granites, marbles, slates, sand stones, lime stones, quartzite’s etc., in whatever capacity they are in: Quarry lessees, processors of finished products, suppliers of plant and machinery, manufacturers and suppliers of consumables, diamond tools, traders and agents etc. In short, who ever are in building stones industry in Pakistan directly or indirectly can enroll with the Association and enjoy the privileges of being so. Over the years, the Association has gained the reputation of being the prime organization on Pakistan reserves of various granites, marbles and other stones, where to find them, whom to approach, how and where to source with the right contacts.

There is no bar, anyone from the stone industry from anywhere in Pakistan can become a member of APMIA. The Association thanks you for visiting our site, cordially invites your valuable suggestions and enquiries. Feel free to contact us anytime.

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A meeting with the representative of GIZ Mr. Sohaib Tanoli at ...

A meeting of APMIA representatives including Mr. Mian Gulzar Ahmad (Chairman APMIA), Mr. Hazrat Younas, Mr. Mian Fazeelat Shah (Executive Committee Member APMIA), Mr. Ibad Ali (Corporate Member APMIA), Mr. Syed Masud Gillani (Secretary General-APMIA) and Mr. Muhammad Qasim ( Deputy Secretary-APMIA) with the representative of GIZ Mr. Sohaib Tanoli at Jahangira, KPK. Assistant Commissioner of Jahangira was also available in the meeting.

Following discussions were made in the meeting,

  1. Chairman APMIA mentioned that the basic objective of APMIA is to work on reducing the blasting procedure for mining and introduce mechanize mining.
  2. Mr. Sohaib Tanoli mentioned to link APMIA with Tevta for work force development so association can peruse the issues regarding skill development to the government.
  3. To certify the unskilled labor in collaboration with GIZ and TVET and GIZ will provide certification to the skilled labor through assessment of local factory owners.
  4. To form a committee of APMIA for correspondence with TVET & GIZ and the following members were nominated from APMIA,
  5. i) Mian Gulzar Ahmad, Gujranwala (Chairman – APMIA)
  6. ii) Sheikh Iftikhar Rasheed, Lahore (Vice Chairman – APMIA)

iii)        Mr. Ibad Ali, Jahangira (Secretary TVET Committee of APMIA)

  1. iv) Hazrat Younas, Jahangira
  2. v) Mian Fazeelat Shah, Jahangira
  3. vi) Farrukh Majeed, Islamabad

vii)       Mr. Zafar Hussain, Islamabad

viii)      Mr. Shakir Ullah, Charsadda

  1. ix) Malik Faisal, Gujranwala


The function of the TVET Committee will include;

  1. Identify roles and functions of Business and Industry Associations (BIAs) (promotion, information dissemination, mobilisation of member companies and business communities, such as events, communication with public, relationship with training providers, etc.) in cooperation with stakeholders for TVET interventions.
  2. Identify a focal person in BIAs who can be the main coordinator for member companies on TVET.
  3. Provide guidelines for BIAs to promote and support workplace-based exposure for institutional trainees during and after training
  4. Understand the needs of member organisations on TVET and develop plans to address the needs.
  5. Conduct awareness sessions with member organisations on TVET, Competency Based Training and Assessment (CBT&A) and National Vocational Qualifications Framework (NVQF)
  6. Facilitate development of data on skill gaps and develop plans for design and delivery of CBTA for their respective sectors.
  7. Coordinate with local training providers on all topics related to TVET
  8. Support local TVET partners in certification of informal economy workers through recognition of prior learning(RPL)
  9. Participate in assessment related activities of TVET graduates
  10. Facilitate career counseling and placement activities of the TVET graduates.
  11. Arrange dialogues and networking sessions with public sectors for better coordination.
  12. Involve members in the planning and delivery of workplace-based training courses
  13. Organize and participate in capacity development sessions relating to TVET
  14. Assistant Commissioner Jahangira mentioned that due to the illiterate Labor, our production is reducing so we should skill the factory owners first along with the labor to increase the production.