The Alsons Group has around 70 years of precision
engineering and manufacturing experience in the Automotive, Aerospace, Energy, Oil and Gas, Lighting
and Medical Device industries of Pakistan.
“To lead in the development and manufacturing of hi-tech engineering products whilst continuing to be a value-added business partner to global supply chains.”
Our Culture and Our Promise
To create value in everything we do
The underlying values of our business culture are collaboration, transparency in information sharing and informed decision making.
Our Competitive Advantage
In HOUSE MANUFACTURING
MASS PRODUCTION FACILITY
Our Range of People
STATE OF THE ART TECHNOLOGIES WE HAVE
CNC turning is a computer-controlled process for creating cylindrical shapes with precise dimensions and surface finish.
CNC milling is a computer-controlled manufacturing process for creating complex and precise 3D shapes by removing material from a solid workpiece using rotating cutting tools.
Testing calibration is a process of verifying and adjusting the accuracy of measuring instruments or equipment to ensure they provide reliable and consistent results.
Alluminium Gravity Die Casting
Aluminium gravity die casting is a manufacturing process that uses a permanent metal mold to produce high-quality, complex, and dimensionally consistent aluminium parts.
Aluminium High Pressure Die Casting
Aluminium high pressure die casting is a manufacturing process that uses a high pressure injection of molten aluminium into a steel mold cavity to produce high-volume, precise, and complex aluminium parts.
CNC Plastic Injection Moulding
CNC plastic injection Moulding is a manufacturing process that produces plastic parts by injecting molten plastic into a mould under high pressure, with the aid of Computer Numerical Control (CNC) technology.
Stamping machine facility is a manufacturing operation that uses machines to cut, shape, and form metal sheets into various shapes and sizes.
Screen printing facility is a printing process that uses a mesh stencil to transfer ink onto a substrate, such as textiles, paper, or plastic.
Heat treatment facility is a manufacturing process that uses controlled heating and cooling to alter the physical and mechanical properties of materials, such as metals, to improve their strength, hardness, and durability.