The Royal Commission in Jubail on lately signed 50 Industrial and Commercial allocation notices with investments amounting to one billion Saudi Riyals.
Bader Naser Al-Shamary, General Manager of Strategic Planning and Investment Development, signed on Behalf of the RC in Jubail agreements of which are (30) Industrial and (20) Commercial contracts, at the Visitors Center Building of RC in Jubail.
The Industrial contracts included: production of phosphate and specified chemical products, facility for sale and maintains of industrial equipment and installation, and industrial facilities maintenance services, laboratories for soil testing, construction, chemical and environmental materials, a plant for heat exchangers, welded metal pipes, tanks and structures and pressure vessels production, a plant for metal structures and minerals fabrication, production of security gates & fences, protection barricades and communication and electricity towers, a plant for air conditioning ducts, paints plant , surgical tools and supplies production, an industrial facility for marine facilities maintenance and its technical services , metal works workshop, and provision of logistic services such as transportation, cargo and industrial services, and engineering systems devices production for the Petroleum Industry Sector.
While the Commercial contracts included: demolition, reconstructing and operating of restaurants, cafes and recreational facilities, construction and operation for equipment and tools sale,, construction and operation of a gas station, demolition and reconstruction of another gas station, management and operation of a slaughterhouse, management and operation of a kindergarten, construction and operation of a café, in addition to a number of neighborhood centers and commercial services center, management and operation of an administrative building, operation of electronic advertising screens, management and operation of restaurants and snack bars.
These contracts allow the investors to commence constructing and complete the remaining requirements of allocation.
This comes with the RCJ sustained effort to implement its initiatives in line and consistent with the Vision 2030, its plans to expand the industrial and commercial production and encourage investment in Jubail Industrial City as the best choice for investors.