The Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Royal Commission in Jubail, Eng. Adnan bin Ayesh Al-Alouni received the Assistant Undersecretary for Da'wah and Guidance Affairs Sheikh Abdullah bin Saleh Al-Sheikh and the delegation accompanying him in Jubail Industrial City. The purpose of the visit was to discuss aspects of cooperation between the Royal Commission in Jubail and the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Da'wah and Guidance, and to view the swift developments in Jubail Industrial City in urban planning, engineering planning, the most prominent engineering, construction and architectural standards for mosques in Jubail Industrial City and the Royal Commission in Jubail's experience in in supporting the Ministry's Associations and to benefit from them.
After that, the Assistant Undersecretary for Da'wah and Guidance Affairs Sheikh Abdullah bin Saleh Al-Sheikh and the delegation accompanying him viewed the most important factors of success in the Royal Commission's projects through a tour of the visitors' center of the Royal Commission in Jubail, through which they learned about the most important elements of success in Jubail Industrial City such as the strategic location and geographical area, the diversity of existing industries, the pioneering infrastructure, the distribution of the city's residential sectors and the Sea Water Cooling System, which is the largest in the world. The delegation was also familiarized with the economic center of Jubail industrial city, which spreads over 2.75 million square meters. It consists of a public sea front on three sides, as well as a commercial center for the factories and adjacent areas.. The delegation also listened to a detailed explanation of Ras Al Khair Industrial City and future expansion plans, which include a number of Ma'aden factories such as the phosphate plant , the aluminum industries and downstream industries to be established in this promising city.
It is worth mentioning that a delegation from the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Da'wah and Guidance in the Eastern Region has previously visited the Royal Commission earlier to discuss a partnership agreement with the Royal Commission in Jubail in order to transfer the RC's expertise and capabilities to the Ministry's branch in the Eastern Province.