Established in 1949, Pak Steel Mills has become one of the leading players in the steel industry in Pakistan.
Pak Steel Mills has a production capacity of 1.1–5.0 million tonnes of steel and iron foundries. They have expanded extensively in the construction industry involving the input of 1.29 million cubic meters of concrete and approximately 5.70 million cubic meters of earthworks, as well as 330,000 tonnes of heavy machinery, steel structures, and electrical equipment.
The biggest steel mill in Pakistan is Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM), also known as the "Steel Town." It is a state-owned integrated steel mill located in Karachi, Sindh province, Pakistan. PSM was established in 1973 with the primary objective of catering to the country's steel demand and promoting industrial development.
Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM) is situated in Bin Qasim, Karachi, in the Sindh province of Pakistan. The steel mill complex is strategically located near Port Qasim, one of the country's largest deep-water seaports, facilitating the efficient import and export of raw materials and finished steel products.
As of November 9, 2021, Brigadier (Retd) Shujah Hassan Khurazmi has been reappointed as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Pakistan Steel Mills. He assumes the leadership role to oversee the operations and management of the state-owned integrated steel mill in Karachi, Pakistan.
Pak Steel Mill’s product list includes deformed and plain steel bars for concrete reinforcement according to ASTM A-615 (Grade 40 & 60), ASTM A-706, ASTM A-36 , ASHTO 31. Cold works bars and structural steel: angle, U-Channel, tee iron, grider, and much more.