VCSL-Vision Control & Superintendence Limited is the local registered company dealing with provision of cargo Inspection services, Logistics, monitoring, Collateral management,Fumigation services, Physical stock verification and Inventory credit.


Vision Control & Superintendence Limited was incorporated under the Companies Ordinance {Cap. 212} on August 19th 2002 and started operations.


The VCSL – Vision Control and Superintendence (T) Limited, was registered on 19th August 2002 under company Ordinance (Caps 212) with registration
number 44155 and TIN number 101-532-852. VCSL is VAT registered with registration number 22-012193


• VCSL-Vision Control and Superintendence Ltd aimed at provision of third party assets monitoring services to Government Bodies and agencies, parastatal bodies, International and local Banks and trading houses. Our services are extended to the manufacturing firms through monitoring the raw materials, working in progress and finished products.

• The role of the Company is to express total neutrality and independence in the contracted trade and manufacturing activities.

• VSCL-Vision Control and Superintendence Services acts an independent assessor of the quality, quantity and price and ensures that aspects of transaction are objectively measured with complete impartiality.

• The company’s duty is to protect the interest of its clients to make certain that only Goods within specifications are imported, exported or transferred while at the same time demonstrating impartiality to both parts.

• Major goals of Vision Control & Superintendence (T) Limited are improvement of operational efficiency of the fields’ staffs through provision of necessary equipments such as seals, radio communication, digital camera, measuring tapes, water and products paste and reliable transport while on duty.

• Towards achieving its goal, Vision Control & Superintendence (T) Limited provides services covering institutional and operational policy support to develop efficient and sustainable service systems; promotion of commodity through mitigation of transactional risks inherent in local and regional trade; provision of commodity