The Minister of Industry and Trade of Kenya his Excellency Mr. Adan Mohammad, along with the delegation accompanying him, were briefed about the industrial investment environment in Al Muawqqar Industrial Estate which is owned by Jordan Industrial Estates Company (JIEC) and hosts more than 70 industrial projects.
During that visit, his Excellency assured in building a strong and solid partnership with Jordan in most activities that involves economic and industrial activities. And he praised the Jordanian efforts in promoting Jordan as .
Jordan Industrial Estate Company considered the decision of cancellation in using the highest electricity overload (The peak time) by factories until the end of this year a significant step towards giving more facilities and support to the industrial sector, which became a basic stanchion of the national economy..
Jordan Industrial Estate Company (JIEC) participated in the 7th annual of the G5 which was held recently in (Jeddah) KSA, along with the International Technical Company for Metal Industries, which is considered the largest company in the field of metal industry in Al-Muwaqar Industrial Estate, with more than 500 exhibitors from 20 countries participated in this event, including manufacturers, architects, engineers, real estate developers and suppliers ..
Jordan Industrial Estate Company (JIEC) participated in the 7th annual of the G5 which was held recently in (Jeddah) KSA, along with the International Technical Company for Metal Industries, which is considered the largest company in the field of metal industry in Al-Muwaqar Industrial Estate, with more than 500 exhibitors from 20 countries participated in this event, including manufacturers, architects, engineers, real estate developers and suppliers..
JIEC signs an agreement to treat the solid industrial wastes
JIEC and Al-Dana for sustainable development signed an MOU to treat, reuse and recycle the solid industrial wastes.
Dr. Jalal Al- Debea the CEO of JIEC said that this agreement is considered as a part of investment climate which JIEC seeks to create for investors and make the industrial estates more attractive, Since the subject of solid wastes is one of the obstacles face industrial investors, aiming to the results of this agreement in easing the burden of disposing the wastes and .
H.M the King lays the corner stone of Madaba Industrial Estate
His Majesty the King laid the corner stone of Madaba Industrial Estate.
His Majesty stressed the importance of the industrial estate in the governorate and its role in creating jobs for local community, calling on the government to exert more efforts to attract investments without delay, and noting that the governorate “will see the first factory before the end of 2017”.
The industrial estate will be built on a 500-dunum land and is expected to attract, in its first phase 6.
JIEC concludes a successful promotional campaign in Saudi Arabia
JIEC conducted a successful promotional campaign in Saudi Arabia included meetings with a number of economic and industrial bodies, chambers of commerce and businessmen in Saudi Arabia, in order to enhance cooperation and exchange of experiences and the possibility of future cooperation.
The campaign also included persecuting the investment climate in Jordan and distinctive investment opportunities within the industrial estates, in addition to incentives giving to the industri.
New project brings Dead Sea products to Muwaqqar Industrial Estate
Jordan Industrial Estate Company (JIEC) announced on Saturday that a new Jordanian project, specialised in manufacturing Dead Sea products, was entering the Muwaqqar Industrial Estate with a JD1.5 million investment volume.
A JIEC statement said an agreement for the investment, which will provide around 45 job opportunities, was signed between Chief Executive Jalal Al Debei and Mohammad Al Rifai, general manager of La Cure Jordan for Dead Sea.
During the signing ceremony, De.