Autocom at a Glance
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Board of Directors
Mohammed A. Rajpar, MD serves as Director of Port Qasim Authority. Mr. Rajpar also serves as Member of General Shipping Agencies (Pvt.), Karachi, and previously served at Pakistan Ship Agents Association. He completed his Master of Philosophy (Economics & Politics) from Cambridge University, U.K. in 1992 and Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) from Bucknell University, Pa, U.S.A in 1989.
General Ovais Mustafa
Major General (Retired) Muhammad Ovais Mustafa
Major General (Retired) Muhammad Ovais Mustafa has a wide-ranging experience at a senior-level in various organizations. As Head of Ministry of Defense Production Establishment, he has worked in close collaboration with the local industry and multi-national OEMs involving capability, development, and defense equipment development and production. His core competencies include Strategic Planning, Supply Chain & Production Management, Professional Training & HRD, and Technology Development.
Mr. Riaz Siddiqui is a Managing Partner of Denham Capital. Mr. Siddiqui has over 30 years of experience in the energy and asset management fields. He is responsible for the Portfolio Services Group. In addition to his responsibilities as Managing Partner, he is a member of the Executive Committee, Management Committee, Investment Committee, and Valuation Committee. He serves as a Non-Executive Director at Trans-Tasman Resources Limited. He is fluent in Urdu, Punjabi and Hindi, and speaks some French as well.
Sohail P. Ahmed
Sohail P. Ahmed
Mr. Sohail P. Ahmed has served as the Chief Executive of Thal Limited, Naya Daur Motors, Agriauto Industries Ltd., and Allwin Engineering. He is also Chairman of Pakistan Auto Sector Skill Development Company, and Vocational Training Centre for Women, as well as Vice Chairman of House of Habib. He has also served on the Boards of PIDC, and Pakistan Steel.
Khayam Husain got his schooling from Karachi Grammar School and then went on to get a business degree from the University of Houston. He later obtained his MBA from Pepperdine University. He started his career as Market Training Manager with PepsiCo. He is presently the Managing Director of the company which is now the largest builder of semi-trailers and petroleum tankers in Pakistan. Khayam’s vision is to transform Autocom from a good company to a great one. Khayam helped find the Fleet Operators Association of Pakistan to promote a consolidated Trucking/Transport Policy and promote safety in road transport. Khayam is also an active member of the ICC, IRF and Association of Road Users of Pakistan.