engro corporation

Engro Corp acts as the holding company of all Engro group companies. Corp explores investment opportunities in business ventures and forms a corporate model of the business by establishing new subsidiaries and/or conducting corporate restructuring of existing group companies.

engro group companies

Group companies extend their own business strategies at more detailed level and execute and implement the same in alignment with high level strategy driven by Engro Corporation. Group companies enjoy indpendence and autonomy in financial, operational, business and performance management and take consent from Engro Corp on strategic matter (above certain threshold)

engro corp’s role in group’s affairs

governance
  • Oversight on group companies’ business performances
  • Executive committee of Engro Corp consists of Group CEO, direct holding companies Corp HR & Corp CFO
  • CEO and President of Engro Corp is the Chairman of the Board of all group companies
strategy
  • Group level strategy formulation (business and high-level functional)
  • Provide visionary direction, support and guidance on company level business strategies
financial capital
  • Financial capital allocation
  • Group level portfolio management
  • Debt raising activities
  • New investment opportunities and project expansion outside and in-between existing
intellectual capital
  • Setting up group wide standards and policies
  • Instilling spirit of common brand identity of ‘One Engro’ and uniformity of vision, mission, ethics and core values etc.
  • Group’s public relations and brand management (patent and license of Engro brand)
human capital
  • Managing Top Talents (i.e. employees having high potential to progress at the executive)
  • Rewards, career & development and succession management of executives, senior management and Board members
ethics and compliance
  • Providing legal and company secretariat support
  • Shareholder audits, review companies internal audits, and group-wide corporate ethics & compliance management

business model of group companies

social
  • key stakeholder and community relationships
  • organization’s social license to operate
  • stakeholder trust and willingness to engage engro
  • shared norms, common values and behaviors (engro foundation manages community interventions on behalf of all group companies)
human
  • competencies, capabilities and experience of human resource
  • motivations to innovate and loyalties
  • ability to lead, manage and collaborate
natural
  • air, water, land, minerals, energy and forests
  • biodiversity and eco-system
finance
  • shareholders investments and funding from financial institutions
manufactured
  • buildings
  • equipment
  • infrastructure
intellectual
  • engro brand
  • intellectual property (patents, copyrights, software, rights and licenses)
  • tacit knowledge, systems, procedures and protocols
fertilizers
  • urea manufacturing from raw materials
  • urea, phosphates
polymer
  • manufacturing, marketing and distribution of quality chlor-vinyl allied products
  • ethylene di chloride, vinyl chloride monomer, poly vinyl chloride, sodium hypochlorite, hydro chloric acid
powergen
  • thermal energy from natural gas is converted into electrical energy
  • electricity
vopak
  • bulk storage facility
  • chemical storage and supply
elengy
  • terminal for the handling, regasification, storage, treatment and processing of liquefied natural gas (lng)
  • natural gas
foods
  • production and value addition of packaged food items frozen desserts, cream, milk, curd drink, clarified butter and fruit juices
eximp
  • basmati rice procurement, processing and export
  • eximp agriproducts
secmc
  • mine and establish power projects from the block ll of the thar coalfield
  • coal
social
  • improved facilities for customers & communities
  • strong value chains
  • collaborative partnerships
human
  • employee satisfaction
  • talent development
natural
  • reduction in emissions and waste water
  • conservation of energy, water and other natural resources
finance
  • financial growth
  • investment growth
  • shareholder’s return
  • contribution to gdp
manufactured
  • improved processing facilities
intellectual
  • improved brand reputation and penetration