News & Events

  • Greaves proudly powered and showcased its Micro Data Center at IDEAS Exhibition 2018.
  • 52nd Annual Convention of the Pakistan Society of Sugar Technologists (PSST) presented an excellent opportunity for Greaves and its principals, Peter Brotherhood and Broadbent Thailand, to meet customers and visitors from the local sugar industry.
  • Greaves launched its state-of-the-art Micro Data Center at the e-Banking Exhibition 2018.
  • Greaves is proud to be associated with the prestigious Emaar Giga Project. Greaves supplied construction machinery including Transit Mixers, Wheel Loaders, Placing Boom and Compressors.
  • Greaves Pakistan successfully completed Reshun HPS Project in District Chitral for Pakhtunkhwa Energy Development Organization.
  • Greaves Pakistan acquires distributorship of German Engine Manufacturer, DEUTZ
  • Greaves Pakistan with an overwhelming presence participated in the Textile Asia 2018. The exhibition held from 27th March to 29th March witnessed local as well as foreign visitors.
  • Greaves Pakistan participated in ITIF 2018 from 13th March to 15th March.
  • Greaves exhibited at Build Asia 2017 from 18th to 20th December. We showcased product range of Power Generation, Solar, Material Handling, Earthmoving Machinery, Pump, and Elevators.
  • Kohler SDMO becomes an OEM brand. Recently launched KD Series ranges 800kVA - 4,200KVA comprises of Kohler Diesel engines.
  • Greaves represents "JCB" Earthmoving machinery in Pakistan.
  • Greaves Pakistan Ltd. has acquired distributorship of renowned German manufacturer of Pumps and Pumping Solutions "WILO"

Corporate History

The history of Greaves dates back to 1859 when two Englishmen established the company to provide specialized sales and service of engineering equipment.

At the time of partition in 1947, Greaves Cotton & Co commenced its operations in areas that are now part of Pakistan. The company inherited the agencies and activities of its parent company in Pakistan. Subsequently, the two companies were sold by their British owners to Pakistani and Indian interests.

In 1964, Ghulam Faruque - a renowned and respected name in the industrial and financial sectors of Pakistan acquired the controlling shares of the company and in 1981, Greaves became a wholly owned subsidiary of the Group. Greaves Pakistan belongs to the Ghulam Faruque Group which ranks amongst the most prominent commercial and industrial houses in Pakistan and is highly recognized for its entrepreneurial skills and valuable contribution to the economy.

Greaves Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd. predominantly specializes in the sales and servicing of engineering products in the fields of Earthmoving and Material Handling Equipment, Diesel and Dual-Fuel Generating Sets, Air Compressors, Fuel Dispensing Equipment, Industrial Pumps and Machinery for the Sugar Industry.

With a national and strategic foothold, the company is headquartered in Karachi with regional offices in Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, and Sales & Service Centers in Hyderabad, Sukkur, Quetta, Faisalabad, and Multan.

In the early 1970’s, Greaves established a heavy electrical construction division that engaged in the construction of high tension transmission lines. During the next 20 years, Greaves Power Engineering Ltd. (as the subsidiary was named), constructed a number of 132 and 500 KV transmission lines for WAPDA. In 1980, Greaves Power Engineering expanded its operations to Saudi Arabia and worked there for 12 years. During this period, Greaves worked as a sub-contractor for companies such as Balfour Beatty Ltd., U.K. and Fujikura Ltd. of Japan.

Until the 80’s, Greaves achieved a phenomenal success in the sales of heavy Earthmoving equipment and the company established itself as the sole agent for Bucyrus-Erie Co. (U.S.A) and Ruston-Bucyrus Ltd., UK (before the two companies went into liquidation), and were the major suppliers of draglines, power shovels, and mobile cranes to the international contractors engaged in the construction of the vast Indus Basin works under the aegis of the World Bank. Contractors for Mangla and Tarbela Dams, the Balloki-Sulemanki Link Canal, the Siddhnai and Chashma barrages, exclusively used B-E and R-B equipment for their requirements. In the early 90's, Greaves sold nine 61-RB Draglines to the Sind Irrigation Dept. through the Crown Agents.