Al Ghurair Giga Pakistan (Private) Ltd -AGGPPL is leading business group; involved in Banking, Real Estate, Textile and Gold Refining. AGGPPL’s primary focus in Pakistan is real estate mix development which includes a multi million USD projects – World Trade Center Islamabad and Goldcrest DHA Islamabad.

AGGPPL is the official licensee of World Trade Center Association New York, USA for Islamabad. Currently, AGGPPL is in construction and development phase of World Trade Center Islamabad. Goldcrest is a unique 17 Multi High-Rise Residential Towers Project, out of which 07 are under construction.

The joint venture partners have been acclaimed as one of the fastest growing real estate developers, with a host of successful projects in the Middle East, Pakistan and around the world. Its winning formula, is its team of highly qualified professionals in the fields of architecture, interior designing, construction and management, with an insightful knowledge and hands on experience of numerous landmark projects.

About the Logo

Logo of Al Ghurair

Green is life. Abundant in nature, green signifies growth, renewal, health, and environment. Green is the national color of Pakistan and is strongly associated with the country. Green also has close associations with Islam. With both a warming and cooling effect, the color green denotes balance, harmony, and stability.

The color gold is a cousin to yellow (and orange and brown). Gold is the color of riches and extravagance. The color gold shares many of the attributes. It is a warm color that can be bright and cheerful as well as somber and traditional. Because gold is a precious metal, the color gold is associated with wealth and prosperity. Color gold still suggests grandeur.

The logo was designed to represent the company’s philosophy. In the logo the color gold represents Al Ghurair Giga and the green represents Pakistan and the nation. The idea of the knot between green and gold is reinforcing the link and commitment of Al Ghurair Giga towards prestigious people of Pakistan.