Board Members of UKPCCI
Mr. Amir Khawaja is a prominent businessman based in Manchester running several companies whilst finding the time to serve the community and further the interests of bilateral trade with Pakistan.
Mr Khuwaja founded Amir Clothing – Several Wholesale units serving a plethora of independent shops and online retailers supplying the latest in fashion from the UK, and Italy. Amir works directly with designers and manufacturers to create bespoke styles to ensure his range remains fresh. For knitted garments, Amir has his own factory which produces unique designs that are patent protected. All businesses are being operated with dedication and the utmost integrity. Amir has a longstanding association with the MQI due to the extensive social work done by him and his family. In 2018 he was elected as President of MQI Manchester and the chapter has seen a phenomenal increase in activity since his appointment.
Rashad was appointed the role of Director with UKPCCI IN August 2017.
He came to the UK in 2001, started his business as a Retailer in Grocery, and now has a chain of Supermarkets.
Rashad also does charitable work and for the past 9 years has been a Trustee of Jama Masjid Islamic Centre in Hounslow.
UKPCCISenior Vice President
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT
I Have Over 12 Years Of Experience In Consultancy With A Focus On Maximizing Business Opportunities By Providing Excellent Customer Service To Our Client Base. For The Last 8 Years, I Am Also Director Of Bridging Gaps Ltd Which Provides Business Consultancy Services To Various Small And Medium Type Businesses And Various Companies In The UK. I Did Business In USA During The Period Of 1999 To 2003.
• Project Coordination
• Business Strategies
• Business Development
Mr Ishtiaq Ahmed is a prolific entrepreneur involved in several businesses, trade organisations and philanthropic activities.
Businesses UniLogo provide Uniforms and Logos throughout the UK. The client portfolio consists of over 10,000 schools and hundreds of other businesses growing on a daily basis. In addition to Local UK production, garments are sourced from Pakistan, China, Bangladesh, Turkey and Morocco. Most consumables are imported from Germany, Italy and Spain to maintain consistency and quality. Processes include Embroidery, Full colour digital printing, and Flock welding with many garments specially designed for retrospective framing. All of our clothing is sourced ethically ensuring the materials are sustainable and the staff paid a fair wages as we strive to fulfil all aspects of corporate, social and environmental responsibility. We are currently with several manufacturers in developing new fabrics and also techniques for staff to maintain a healthy work life balance.
MAROOF AZAM RACHYAL
Maroof Azam Rachyal belongs to a well known business family, whom were established 1954-55 in the United Kingdom and Pakistan as, ‘Rachyal & Co’. Which was an import/export and money exchange busniess, they were one of the major roll company to contribute in generating foreign exchange for High commison of Pakistan in the United Kingdom. Maroof Azam Rachyal is running a ground transportation business from various cities of the UK as a CEO/Director/Shareholder, serving national and international corporate clients by providing a luxury transportation solution. His future focus is on import/export, in textile and the food industry. He holds a strong interest in charitable work as well as social work. He launched a charitable organisation named Kashmir insaf movement “Insaf Group” as a founding Chairman with 100’s of members focusing on the health and education sector in Pakistan, especially upgrading women’s health centres in rural areas of Azad Kashmir.