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National Productivity Organization is the sole Government body undertaking PRODUCTIVITY with QUALITY INITIATIVES in PAKISTAN... More »
Prime Minister Quality Award
NPO Initiated the Prime Minister Quality Award Programme based on US Malcolm Barldrige Award and designed by the author of Thailand Quality Award. More than 35 companies have applied for the Award Technical Committee is over viewing the progress of PMQA.Prime Minister has also approved the project. More »
Energy Efficiency for Textile Sector
NPO successfully completed Energy Efficiency for Textile Sector Project Phase-I in which more than 60 energy audits were conducted and upto 10% Energy saving potential was identified in the audited units. More »
Energy Efficiency for Steel Sector
NPO is conducting energy audits of 30 steel units. The project is initiated after the findings of 13 test audited units in which upto 25% energy saving potential was identified. More »
Building Energy Audits
NPO is conducting building energy audits in public sector buildings consisting of eight Ministries, PM Secretariat and University of Peshawar. This project is a part of ENERCON's National Awareness Campaign on Energy and Environment (Project ACE). The findings will help measuring the possible energy saving potential in the public sector buildings. More »
Industrial Sector MIS
NPO has developed the Industrial Sector Management Information System. The system calculates the energy consumed per unit production of the particular Industry. The system also helps to identify the energy consumption of local industries and benchmark it with the international countries. More »
NPO has signed an agreement with Ministry of Textile (MINTEX) for conducting Productivity Benchmarking Study of Textile Industry .
The objective of study is benchmarking of small, medium and large units from Ginning, Knit Stitching & Knit Processing and identification of productivity gap and improving production efficiency by proposing better methods and best practices. More »