Hashoo Group

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The Hashoo Group was established in 1960 by Saddaruddin Hashwani and is one of the larger conglomerates in Pakistan. The Hashoo Group initially operated as a trading enterprise. The Hashoo Group business in cotton trading, hospitality, oil and gas exploration and production, information technology, investments, minerals, ceramics pharmaceuticals, travel and tourism, real estate and commodity trading businesses.

The Hashoo Group of Companies includes the Pearl Continental Hotels, Marriott Hotels, and Orient Petroleum International.

List of companies owned by the Hashoo Group[edit]

Hotels and resorts[edit]

  • Hotels Limited
  • Hashoo Motels
  • Hotel One by Pearl Continental
  • Marriott Hotels
  • Pakistan Services Limited

Tours and travels[edit]

  • Pearl Tours & Travels (Pvt) Limited-rent a car division (www.pearlcars.com.pk)
  • Pearl Tours & Travels (Pvt) Limited-Tours & Travel division (www.pearltours.com.pk)
  • TransAir Travels (Pvt) Limited
  • Destinations of the World - Pakistan

Information technology[edit]

  • Net-21 (Pvt) Limited
  • Tejari Pakistan Ltd

Oil and gas[edit]

  • Ocean Pakistan Limited.
  • Zaaver Petroleum Corporation Limited
  • OPI Gas (Pvt) Limited


  • Zaver Chemicals (Pvt) Limited
  • Zaver Mining Company Limited
  • Zaver Oils Limited


  • Gelcaps (Pakistan) Ltd.


  • Cera-e-Noor


  • Hashwani Sales & Services (Pvt) Limited
  • Hashoo Holdings (Pvt) Limited

Trading companies[edit]

  • Hashoo International (Pvt) Limited
  • Hasan Ali & Company (Pvt) Limited
  • Genesis Trading (Pvt) Limited
  • Muzaffar and Companies


  • Hashoo Foundation
  • Umeed-e-Noor

Pakistan Marriott Hotel bombing[edit]

On September 20, 2008, a Hashoo Group-owned hotel in Pakistan's capital Islamabad was bombed when a suicide attacker with an explosive-laden truck detonated the explosives,[1] killing at least 53 people and injuring no less than 266, including foreign guests.[2] The explosion, a truck bomb heard 30 km (19 mi) away in Rawalpindi, occurred at 7:40 P.M. PDT, just hours after newly elected President Asif Ali Zardari addressed Parliament, promising to end terrorism in the country. On 23 September, Sadruddin Hashwani promised to reopen the hotel on 31 December 2008, which would be accompanied by a celebration.[3] In line with his promise, the hotel was reopened before the end of 2008.

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