ISLAMABAD: Japan has historically been a significant marketplace for automotive consumers, however issues are wanting up for Pakistan as a neighborhood firm has began exporting its three-wheeler rickshaws to the nation.
Sazgar Engineering, a producer of Four-stroke CNG auto rickshaws, has been exporting its rickshaws to Japanese markets. Regardless of a robust industrial base and a thriving car trade, Japan is importing Pakistani conventional rickshaws as the main target of residents shifts to cost-effective commute.
In accordance with Sazgar Engineering Gross sales Head Ismail, Pakistan’s conventional, vibrant truck and car artwork is legendary worldwide and domestically manufactured rickshaws are well-known in Japan for the same enchantment.
He stated that Japanese are extraordinarily cautious with street security, which suggests these rickshaws do adjust to their requirements. It’s the solely three-wheeler within the historical past of Japan to be allowed on Japanese highways, he added.
“Our engines conform to all legal guidelines, guidelines and rules of the federal government of Pakistan. These automobiles are presupposed to cruise at 50km/hour,” stated Ismail.
For years, Pakistan has been importing vehicles from Japan. Automobile producers like Toyota, Honda, Suzuki and Nissan have grow to be family names, not simply in Pakistan however the world over. Responding to a query, he stated the car trade wanted to capitalise on rickshaw market and increase its export.