National Fertilizer Corporation of Pakistan

A commemorative postage stamp on the National Fertiliser Corporation “N.F.C.” :

Pakistan Stamp 1983Issued by Pakistan

Issued on Oct 24, 1983

Issued forAlthough the “World Food Day” is observed on October 16, yet one stamp of 60 Paisa value on ‘NFC’ will be issued on October 24, 1983 due to Moharram in Pakistan.

Designer : Jabeen Sultana (PSPC)

Type : Stamp, Postal Used

Denomination : 60 Paisa

Colours : Black, blue, red and yellow

Size of Stamp : 28.50 x 38.34 mm

Size of Print : 24.50 x 34.34 mm

Perforation : 13 x 13½ C

Quantity : 500,000

No. of Stamps in a sheet : 25

Process of printing : Litho Offset

Printers : Pakistan Security Printing Corporation

About : 

  • In the recent years Pakistan has achieved a record over all growth rate of 4% in agricultural products fixed by the “World Food Conference”. Pakistan is now not only self sufficient in wheat and sugar but is also the third largest exporter of rice in the world. It produces some of the finest varieties of rice which are very popular all over the world. Pakistan’s exportable surplus of rice is over 1.2 million tonnes per annum. Rice Export Corporation plays a key role in marketing Pakistan’s rice abroad. All this growth rate in agricultural produce has been possible mainly due to the efforts of farmers and increased use of chemical fertilizers. Tremendous contribution in this field has been made by National Fertilizer Corporation (NFC) which is the biggest produce of fertilizers in Pakistan, marketing over 1.5 million tonnes of five types of fertilizers annually. To assure timely delivery of fertilizers NFC has created a vast network of over 1700 dealers and has 10 regional offices to cater to the needs of the farmers.
  • The National Fertilizer Corporation has also made a significant contribution in educating the farmers in how to use modern techniques to boost food production.
  • Issued by: The Director General, Pakistan Post Office, Islamabad.

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