Anwar Saifullah Khan is Co-Chairman of the Saif Group of Companies. He is also the Chairman of a number of the Group companies including Saif Energy, Green Fuels and Lahore Compost. Anwar Saifullah Khan joined the Civil Service of Pakistan in 1970. During his years in government service, he held key field and staff appointments including Deputy Commissioner of Mardan and Kohat Districts. He served as Consul General of Pakistan in Montreal, Canada from 1980 to 1984. He resigned from the Civil Service in 1984 to join the Saif Group.
Zaheen ud Din is the Chief Operating Officer and the Chief Financial Officer of Saif Textile Mills Ltd & Kohat Textile Mills Ltd and the Chief Operating Officer of Mediterranean Textile Company.
Since joining the Saif Group in 2000, Mr. Zaheen ud Din’s primary responsibilities include:
Mr. Javed Saifullah Khan is the Chairman of Saif Group of Companies. He joined the Group in 1973 and since 1981 he has headed the Group, and has been responsible for promoting new ventures and transforming the Group into the diversified business it is today. Mr. Khan is a globally acclaimed business leader with deep and comprehensive expertise in introducing new projects in emerging markets. He is credited with launching Mobilink, the first ever GSM cellular company in the subcontinent, in JV partnership with Motorola. He also developed Trans World Associates, Pakistan’s first private sector undersea fiber optic cable system of 1300 KM between Pakistan, Oman and UAE. His efforts led to development of the Mediterranean Textile Company in Egypt as a JV of Saif Group with local Egyptian partners. MTC produces yarn for the premium segment of the European shirting market and is one of the top exporters of Egypt in textile spinning industry.
Osman Saifullah Khan is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Saif Textile Mills and Mediterranean Textile Mills.Osman S. Khan joined the Textile Division of the Saif Group in 1995 and is responsible for the continued growth and success of the Division. He heads the Group’s business development and strategic activities, in addition to his continuing role at the Textile Division.
Jehangir Saifullah Khan joined the Group after graduating from University of Virginia, USA in 2001. After successfully managing the Group’s Textile operations for three years, he moved to Saif Telecom, where he was involved in developing and securing financing for Pakistan’s first under-sea fiber optic cable system TW-1. He was made the Chief Operating Officer of Saif Energy Ltd; the Group’s Oil & Gas Exploration & Production Company in January 2006 and is presently the Chief Executive Officer of Saif Energy Ltd.
Mrs. Hoor Yousafzai is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Saif Healthcare. She Joined the Saif Group in January 2007 as Director of Saif Holdings. As a Chartered Accountant, Mrs. Yousafzai is also responsible for leading the development and implementation of the Corporate Taxation and Regulatory Compliance of the Group, while also assisting the Chairman and Co Chairman in Strategic Planning and Project Evaluation.
Assad Saifullah Khan is the CEO of Kohat Textile Mills Ltd and Director of Legal Affairs for the Saif Group. As Head of the Legal Department he is responsible for co-ordinating all legal and contractual matters for Group subsidiaries and associated companies.Assad Saifullah Khan brings with him the considerable experience gained through working in the UK and Pakistan.During his legal education, Assad Saifullah Khan worked with Orr, Dignam & Co (Islamabad) and as a caseworker for the current Deputy Leader of the Labor Party – the Right Honorable Harriet Harman MP, QC.
MTC has customers in following countries:
• Italy • France • Portugal • Germany • Poland • Turkey • Brazil • Morocco • Egypt • Bahrain • Bangladesh • Pakistan