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Raazco Intl Trading Dubai




Raazco Intl Trading

Tel: 04-2582603, 04-2582604

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Dubai / إمارة_دبي

Address: P.O.Box : 123477, Dubai


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Company listed before: Raba Furniture Trading (Tel: 04-3338169, 04-3338168) | Company listed after: Raana Contracting CoLLC (Tel: 04-2890087)


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saqib anwer , (sa_rehmani@hotmail.com), 21.11.2011 - 02:53
PAKISTAN PEST CONTROL ADDRESS: 65 NOOR CHAMBER, 4TH FLOOR, ROBSON ROAD NEAR JAMA CLOTH, KARACHI PAKISTAN. PHONE: 92-21-32218113 92-21-32639899 FAX: 92-21-32621560 EMAIL: CONTACT@PPCFUM.COM sa_rehmani@hotmail.com WEB: WWW.PPCFUM.COM WE PROTECT YOUR INTEREST IN PAKISTAN FOR WOOD/PACKING TREATMENT (INCL. ISPM MARKING) FUMIGATION OF FOODSTUFF CARGOES. INSERT OUR NAME IN YOUR CONTRACTS ******* PAKISTAN PEST CONTROL ******* . REGISTER MEMBER KARACHI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IND. Note: WE PROVIDE 15 NUMBER MARKA AS PER LAW (for Wooden Materials) PAKISTAN PEST CONTROL is authorized to carry out all Quarantine requirements regarding Fumigation and our Certificates are accepted worldwide. We are also specialized in Fumigation / Disinfestations of residential commercial building / project besides export cargoes Fumigation PAKISTAN PEST CONTROL: Established in 1979.  Approved by PLANT PROTECTION DEPARTMENT GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN. Treatment Certificate is acceptable in Australia, New Zealand, USA, Europe, China, and Middle East Other Countries. Items we fumigate include:- * Timber * Wooden/Pallets Packing Material * Wooden Sports Goods. * Tobacco * Rice Other Food Stuff. * Furniture After treatments we issue Certificates if require also arrange, INSPECTION CERTIFICATE/ Govt\'s Phytosanitary Certificates verifying are our treatments. PAKISTAN PEST CONTROL PAKISTAN PEST CONTROL is authorized to carry out all Quarantine requirements regarding Fumigation and our Certificates are accepted worldwide. We are also specialized in Fumigation / Disinfestations of residential commercial building / project besides export cargoes Fumigation PAKISTAN PEST CONTROL: > Established in 1979. > Approved by PLANT PROTECTION DEPARTMENT GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN. > Member: Karachi Chamber of Commerce Industry. > Approved Fumigator lists of A.Q.I.S Australia. > Treatment Certificate is acceptable in Australia, New Zealand, USA, Europe, China, and Middle East Other Countries. > Services are appreciated by many respectable Clubs / Members of LION CLUBS INTERNATIONAL. FUMIGATION:- Fumigation is a process of exposing insects or material infested by insects to the fumes of a chemical at a lethal strength in an enclosed space for a given period of time. Fumigant is a chemical, which at a required temperature and pressure can exist in the gaseous state in sufficient concentration to be lethal to a given pest organism. Fumigation is the introduction of the toxic gas in high concentration so that the gas pervades the entire area and kills the insects prevalent and thus preserves the precious cargo of the customer. Treatment By Fumigation are: Go downs/ Warehouses/ Silos/ Flour mills/ Empty ship holds Fumigation Stuffed Empty containers of Export/Import at Port/Inland Container Depot (ICD)/Container, Freight Stations (CFS) and at House Stuffing Points. In-transit Fumigation-Commodities Onboard, Barges etc., Termite Control Treatment during (Pre Post Construction) Stage as per PSI standards with Guarantee. Rodent control De-ratting of Ships. Disinfestations of Warehouses plants. General Pest control services. Fumigation is the process where a highly toxic Fumigant such as Methyl Bromide or Phosphine is used to eradicate pests and insect from products, produce or a location. The process involves the Fumigation complete covering or sealing of the product or item with canvas, having plastic sheets taping to make it as airtight as possible. The Fumigant gases are then released into the sealed area or compartment. The duration of exposure varies from 8 hours to 48 hours, depending on the product to be fumigated and the type of fumigant used as per temperature requirement Fumigation is a Quarantine requirement for countries such as Australia, New Zealand and China before goods are admitted into the country. Items we fumigate include:- Timber Wooden/Pallets Packing Material Furniture Tobacco Rice other Food Stuff. Wooden sports goods. After treatments we issue Certificates if require also arrange Govt\'s Phytosanicary Certificates verifying are our treatments. FUMIGATION OF RAW MATERIALS: i) By Methyl Bromide doses require from @ 36 gms per M3 to @ 80 grams per M3 ii) By Phosphine Gas Tablet dose require @ 1.1 Tab per M3 (With Instruction to Exporter for proper cleaning packing). CONTAINER FUMIGATION WITH METHYL BROMIDE: After stuffing some time Container goes to container yards terminal, of KPT/QICT (inside port areas) Customs Department to fulfill their custom formalities and to sealed the container. (By special method we can also fumigate the container after custom examination with Methyl - Bromide whose exposure done at destination). All Fumigation Treatment are monitored by the Expert of PPC for Fumigation after exposure opening Container doors are opened to release gas therein. Site inspections may be carried out by the environment health inspectors to determine all safety aspects are adhered to. All fumigation’s are carried out by our trained experienced fumigators. The concentration of the gas used will kill all alive insects pests present at the time of fumigation. Fumigated cargo should be shipped out as soon as possible on completion of the process. Fumigation are specially with Methyl Bromide carried out in accordance to \"AQIS\" (Australian Quarantine Inspection Services) set standards. ALUMINUM PHOSPHATE FUMIGATION: Aluminum Phosphate is in the form of tablets and are also use worldwide for fumigation of raw and processed commodities including grains, tobacco, nuts seeds, animal feeds, tea, coffee leaf, wheat flour, processed spices, dried fruits. It can also be used for fumigating storage structures like silos warehouses, flour mills ship holds, railcars etc. The period required 3 - 6 days time keeping in view the conditions temperature, USA and some other countries requires Phosphine gas Fumigation. WOOD TREATMENT WOOD PACKING FUMIGATION: ISPM 15 fumigation accredited to carry out phytosanitary treatment. This includes the application of Methyl Bromide Fumigation treatment and IPPC marks defined under the International Standards for Phytosanitary measures (i.e. ISPM 15) for solid wood packaging. ISPM:- The international ISPM 15 requirements on wood pallets apply to all species of coniferous and non-coniferous packaging materials. The standard does not not apply to wood packaging made wholly of products such as plywood, particle board, oriented strand board, medium density fiber board or products created using glue, heat and pressure or a combination of these. Most member countries have already partially or fully implemented the standards. The EU, Australia, Canada and South Africa are also implementing bans on coniferous wood packaging and in certain cases non-coniferous hardwood packaging, meaning shipping pallets (skids), crates, and wood used to secure ocean cargo loads. Under the ISPM15 requirements, exporters would be required to heat treat wood packaging material to a minimum core temperature of 56AºC for a minimum of 30 minutes. Exporters could also use methyl bromide to fumigate the wood packing. The rule requires certification of the packaging with an approved International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) logo. Unmarked Wooden Packing Materials / Woods. will be considered untreated and (objectionable) non-compliant. METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGATION Methyl Bromide is most widely used fumigant for Quarantine purposes. It is a preferred fumigant for most of the quarantine authorities around the world, because of its good penetrating ability, rapid action, high toxicity to a broad spectrum of insects and pests. It is frequently used for fumigating timber, agricultural products, empty containers, food stuffs, and other agricultural produce. When fumigation is carried out with Methyl Bromide fumigant residue problems will not be there as aeration can be carried out easily. It is very effective in controlling all stages of insects from egg to the adult stage. Quarantine Authorities around the world have stipulated that methyl bromide fumigation has to be carried out for all the packing materials which is made out of Wood, Straw materials. The aim is to prevent pests, other insects and biological material from being transferred unknowingly from one country to another. Goods packed in wood material that does not comply with the ISPM15 standard will be returned to the Exporter at their expense. The international ISPM15 requirements on wood pallets apply to all species of coniferous and non-coniferous packaging materials. The standard does not apply to wood packaging made wholly of products such as plywood, particle board, oriented strand board, medium density fiber board or products created using glue, heat and pressure or a combination of these. Most member countries have already partially or fully implemented the standards. The EU, Australia, Canada and South Africa are also implementing bans on coniferous wood packaging and in certain cases non-coniferous hardwood packaging, meaning shipping pallets (skids), crates, and wood used to secure ocean cargo loads. Under the ISPM15 requirements, exporters would be required to heat treat wood packaging material to a minimum core temperature of 56AºC for a minimum of 30 minutes. Exporters could also use Methyl Bromide to fumigate the wood packing. The following information is a complete extract from AQIS Advice Notice No. 2007/09 regarding ISPM15. ISPM15 requires the use of either heat treatment or fumigation using methyl bromide, as the only two approved methods to enable compliance. 1. Compliant Wood Packaging Material Wood packaging is only recognized as ISPM 15 compliant when the following conditions have been met: 1. it has been treated by an approved treatment; and 2. it bears an internationally recognized certification mark 2. Approved Treatments Under the ISPM15 standard there are currently only two approved forms of treatment: Heat treatment (a core temperature of 56°C must be reached and maintained for a minimum of 30 minutes); and Fumigation with methyl bromide (as per the table below) Temperature Dosage (g/m3) Minimum concentration (g/m3) at: 2hrs 4hrs 12hrs 24hrs 21°C or above 48 36 31 28 24 16°C or above 56 42 36 32 28 10°C or above 64 48 42 36 32 The minimum temperature should not be less than 20°C and the minimum exposure time must be 24 hours. (as per conditions). 3. The Internationally Recognized Mark The mark verifies that the packaging has been subject to an approved treatment and that the material has been produced by an AQIS approved facility. To be recognized as compliant the mark must include: the IPPC mark, XX - the country code (AU for Australia) YY- the treatment code (HT or MB) OOO - represents the unique Certification. Exporters should note that countries that are enforcing the ISPM 15 standard will NOT accept fumigation or heat treatment. Certificates in lieu of the internationally recognized mark, even when the packaging has been treated / fumigated. Wood packaging material that does not bear the Mark / Stamping is considered to be objectionable non-compliant. WE PROTECT YOUR INTEREST IN PAKISTAN FOR WOOD/PACKING TREATMENT (INCL. ISPM MARKING) FUMIGATION OF FOODSTUFF CARGOES. INSERT OUR NAME IN YOUR CONTRACTS ******* PAKISTAN PEST CONTROL ******* www.ppcfum.com 0300-2237754
naila, (naila_ali70@hotmail.com), 14.03.2010 - 16:41
PAKISTAN As at 4 December 2009 All certificates issued by fumigators from this country are acceptable, except for those issued by companies listed below. When a company is placed ‘Under Investigation’ or ‘Unacceptable’, no allowance for goods in transit will be made. More information may be found at this link: http://www.daff.gov.au/aqis/import/general-info/pre-border/afas/providers. http://www.daff.gov.au/__data/assets/word_doc/0009/113022/pakistan.doc http://www.daff.gov.au/__data/assets/word_doc/0009/113022/pakistan.doc Name ID Number Date of Status Change Status Action Required Address Branch Adeel Pesticides & Manufacturing Co. 28 November 2008 Unacceptable All consignments require treatment on arrival. D/7, Dector 21 Near Mutaza Chowrangl PGO Petrol Pump Korangi Industrial Area KARACHI Karachi Entomologist & Agri Advisor 1 August 2003 Unacceptable All consignments require treatment on arrival. 207 Swami Narain Bldg Shahrah E-Liaquat KARACHI E-Liaquat Karachi Branch Jawed Fumigation Corporation 22 August 1997 Unacceptable All consignments require treatment on arrival. Room No.7/5, 5th Floor Sarjah Trade Centre Atlaf Hussain Road New Challi KARACHI Karachi Branch National Fumigation Corporation (Pvt.) Ltd 14 May 1998 Unacceptable All consignments require treatment on arrival. 33,4th Floor Al-Yousuf Chambers New Challi SHAHRAH-E-LIAQUAT Karachi Branch Pakistan Fumigation Corp (PVT.) Ltd 15 September 1990 Unacceptable All consignments require treatment on arrival. KARACHI Karachi Branch Star Industries Pest Control Services 11 January 2006 Unacceptable All consignments require treatment on arrival. 72 Wazir Mansion Aiwan Tijarat Road KARACHI Karachi Branch Unique Services 30 December 1996 Unacceptable All consignments require treatment on arrival. 191 Altaf Hussain Road New Chali KARACHI-2 All Branches Prince Pest Control Services 10 October 2009 Unacceptable All consignments require treatment on arrival. 21-B, 3rd floor Writer’s Chambers Mumtaz Hasan Rd Off I I Chundrigar Rd KARACHI-2 All Branches Progressive Fumigation Corporation 10 October 2009 Unacceptable All consignments require treatment on arrival. 2/14 Fatima Zohra Bldg (Abdullah Square) New Challi KARACHI All Branches Ansaki Fumigation Services 15 October 2009 Under Investigation All consignments require full unpack inspect or treatment on arrival Suit No. 55, 4th Floor Twin Star Chamber Mumtaz Hassan Road Opp State Bank Masjid Karachi – Pakistan All Branches Best Way Pest Control 15 October 2009 Under Investigation All consignments require full unpack inspect or treatment on arrival A-5 Yacoob Terrace Jahangir Road Karachi - Pakistan All Branches Mahmood Fumigation Corporation 5 December 2009 Under Investigation All consignments require full unpack inspect or treatment on arrival 7/7 8-Area Liaquatabad Karachi PAKISTAN All Branches save your country & company(blacklist worldwide)