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About Us

Who we are


The foundation of Allied Cables was laid by Mr. Aftab Ahsan in the year 1981, keeping in view the growing demand for quality products of Manufacturing Copper Rod, Enameled Copper Wire, Copper Strip, and Cables. Allied Cables Imported the latest Furnace and plant for manufacturing Copper Rod. These products were initially manufactured under the technical Collaboration of Hitachi Japan.


With time, Allied Cables groomed itself by providing quality products and making its own position as a market leader. The Company flourished vertically & and horizontally and BY THE GRACE OF GOD today we are the largest Manufacturer of Copper Rod with an installed capacity of 140,000 Metric Tons per annum. High Quality (Grade-A) LME Registered COPPER CATHODE is Continuously Casted and hot rolled (Micro Processor Controlled) to produce Copper Rod at a purity of 99.99% which is the basic raw material for all Wire and cables Industries including House Wiring Distribution and power Cables, Enameled Copper Wires & Copper Strip Paper Insulated & Bare and Telephone Cables.


The Copper Rod produced by us conforms to all International Quality Standards. As stated above we have been in the market since 1981 producing Copper Rod, Enameled Copper Wire, Copper Strip, and Cables. Our products are widely used in the entire country in almost all Electrical equipment. It is being tried & considered as the most satisfactory by our valued clients.

Located in Beautiful Metropolitan City of Karachi

4/1, Arkay Square, Shahrah-e-Liaquat,
P.O. Box 4310, Karachi-74000
Phone: +92-213-2428948, 32421416, 32420920
Fax: +92-21-2420791


The Company’s Goal is to accelerate further to use its best quality raw material in Pakistan resulting in the reduction of cost with quality assurance by providing 99.99% pure quality Copper products to produce Wire and cables with the aim to reduce the consumption of electricity by providing easy flow of current with minimum resistance to reduce electricity Bill and optimum performance.