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1 1 Presentation to SEC Chairman on Heavy Electrical Complex August 16, 2013 Presentation on Heavy Electrical Complex January 31, 2014

2 2 Contents Introduction Products and Facilities Performance Planned Activities and Investors Attractions

3 3 3 Introduction

4 4 HEAVY ELECTRICAL COMPLEX

5 5  Commercial Operations1997  Machinery SourceChina (62%), Germany, Switzerland, Local  CostRs. 1,158 Million  Area72 Acres (Factory 43 Acres)  Human Resource222 NOS  ProductPower Transformers 6.3 t0 40 MVA  Transformers SuppliedNew 276 Nos. (Rs Billion) Repair 104 Nos. (Rs. 574 Million)  Capacity UtilizationMaximum up-to 30 %  Quality CertificationISO-9001  CustomersDISCOs, KESC and other organizations (Pakistan Steel, CDA, Railway, Private Industries)  CompetitorsPEL, Siemens, Foreign Suppliers Profile

6 Share Ownership - * Benazir Employees Stock Option Scheme 6 Shareholding Number % age GOP through SEC 14,100, BESOS* 495, Directors 03 _ Total 14,595,

7 Manpower (As on ) S#CategoriesRegular Through Labour Contractor Total 1.Officers Engineers Diploma Holders Professional Supervisors Workers-176 Total

8 8 8 Products Sub-Assemblies Manufacturing Facilities

9 9  Repair/Rehabilitation of Power Transformers Voltage rating upto 500 KV and with capacity rating upto 250 MVA  New Power Transformers – Acquired Technology S#RatingNosMVA 131.5/40 MVA, 132/66/11.5 KV /40 MVA, 132/12/11 KV (KESC system) /26 MVA, 132/11.5 KV 59 1, /13 MVA, 132/11.5 KV MVA, 132/34.5 KV /13 MVA, 66/11.5 KV MVA, 66/11.5 KV Total 148 2,927.7  In - House Developed/Modified 831.5/40 MVA, 132/11.5 KV (WAPDA system) 920/26 MVA, 132/6.6 KV (Cement Sector) 1010/13 MVA, 66/11.5 KV (HESCO system) MVA, 132/6.6 KV (CDA ) Product-Mix 1,5,6,7 phased out from of WAPDA system

10 10 HEC DESIGNED POWER TRANSFORMER - RATING 31.5/40 MVA, 132/11.5 KV – WEIGHS 78 TONS INCLUDING OIL 22.8 TONS, RADIATORS 18 NOS Power Transformer – 40MVA

11 11 11 RATING 20/26 MVA, 132/11.5 KV, WEIGHS 72 TONS INCLUDING OIL 28 TONS, RADIATORS 10 NOS ← ← Power Transformer – 20/26MVA

12 Sub-Assemblies

13 Manufacturing Facilities

14 14 14 Performance

15 15 40 MVA 26 Nos Rs. 966 Million 20/26 MVA 186 Nos Rs. 4,804 Million 10/13 MVA 64 Nos Rs. 1,240 Million Repair / Rehabilitation 104 Nos Rs. 574 Million Total ( ) Power Transformers- RS. 7,584 Million Sales Summary – Upto Dec 2013

16 Operational and Financial position for last 5 years 16 Description PT Supplied (No's) Capacity Utilization 19.4%24.6%20.9%8.6%16% Sales Gross (Pr/Loss) (4) Pre tax Profit/(Loss) (42)32(26)8.5(6.9) Total Assets 1,4331,7741,7141,3781,694 Total Liabilities Accumulated Profit /(Loss) (263)(238)(273)(270)(280) Net Equity 1,1971,2221,1871,1901,180 Value in Rs Million

17 17 Order Position FY (Rs. In Million)

18 18 18 Planned Goals and Attractions for Investors

19 Future Goals PlanTarget Short Term Plan (2 Year) Business EnhancementGradually enhancing annual sales turnover to Rs billion in next two years Design OptimizationFinalizing improved design 20/26 MVA prototype during FY Mobile GSM SystemLaunching New GSM System for Smart Grids during 2014 Systems ImprovementPhase-wise Introduction of Enterprise Resource Planning in the company during and Enhancing In-house Testing FacilitiesProcurement of Impulse Generator by 2015 Long Term Plan Diversification for manufacturing higher module step down power transformers (160 MVA and 250 MVA) as well as step up generator transformers 02 years after seeking government clearance to line-up suitable foreign investor and technology partner

20 20  Comprehensive, Integrated and Largest Power Transformer manufacturing facility in the Country  Abundant Land/Shop space and Infrastructure available for product diversification with less investment and short time frame  ISO 9001 Certified Company  Easy access to Road and Railway network  Vast and growing market due to planned expansion of power sector  Conducive National investment policies moving towards open economy  Attractive incentives for local manufacturing  Availability of skilled manpower at reasonable wages   Ample Export opportunities being located geographically close to potential markets of Afghanistan and Central Asian States Investors Attractions

21 21 21 Thank You


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