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Father Son Industry : Was found in 1964 and recognized as manufacturer of motorbike leather & Textile clothing. We also certified by ISO & CE approve quality standard .
Mr.Sultan Mahmood is the founder of Father son industry, He were personally maintain to products quality with their QC deportment team.
In a short time he had been attain locality between competitors by outstanding working plan and company policies. He made good relationship with all raw material suppliers including leather tanneries.
He was aware about labour difficulties and demand. So that he pay special attention to resolve labour problems and certain production in time.
Mr.Sultan Mahmood is also beloved of every worker till today, due to his sympathies with worker’s. He pay them attractive wages of their duties. He always give respect to every worker equally.
In 1995 Mr.Sultan Mahmood had hand over all Authorities to his sons and methodize a new management team. All managing partners are working under supervision of Mr. Sultan Mahmood and utilise his experience.
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Equal opportunity laws are rules that promote fair treatment in the workplace. As responsible company implement equal opportunity policies - anti-discrimination and affirmative action policies, for example - to encourage unprejudiced behaviour within the workplace. These policies discourage inappropriate behaviour from employees, supervisors and independent contractors in regard to the race, gender, sexual orientation or religious and cultural beliefs of another person within the company.