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CEO of RCJ Receives Members of the Board of Directors of SASREF Company
HE acting CEO of RCJ Eng. Adnan bin Ayesh Al-Alouni received lately at the Visitors Center in Jubail Industrial City a delegation representing the Board of Directors of SASREF  Company.
 
The purpose of the visit was to be  acquainted with the success factors and the advancements achieved in the fields of industry, urban planning, residents, environment, technical and educational aspects, as well as aesthetic aspects in Jubail Industrial City.
 
The General Manager of Technical Affairs Sector at the Royal Commission in Jubail, Eng. Ahmed Mohamed Nooruddin Hassan gave the delegation a brief overview of the most important  success factors in Jubail Industrial City, such as the strategic location, the geographical area, the diversified industries, the distinctive and pioneering infrastructure, the distribution of the residential districts in the city, and the sea water cooling system. The delegation was also briefed on  Jubail Industrial City economic center which is resides over an estimated area of 2.75 million square meters and consists of a public sea front on three sides, as well as a commercial center serving the operational plants and adjacent areas.
 
Additionally, the visiting delegation watched  a documentary film which narrates the story of Jubail Industrial City and the Royal Commission in Jubail and its considerable efforts in building the city.
 
The visiting delegation have also listened to  a detailed explanation on Ras al-Khair Industrial City and its future expansion plans, a city which holds a number of Ma'aden Company's plants such as the phosphate plant, the aluminum industries and the upcoming down-stream industries in this promising city.