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QPMC pay tribute to its employees during a special Suhoor held in their honor

In line with its sustainable CSR strategy and in celebration of the holy month of Ramadan, QPMC presented awards to valued workers.

Qatar Primary Materials Company hosted a special Suhoor in recognition of its employees on the occasion of the Holy Month of Ramadan at its Mesaeeid offices. The company acknowledged ten of its workers with awards for adopting the highest standards of driving safety regulations, and for following company regulations and abiding by Qatar laws in general. During the celebration, three workers also shared their personal Ramadan experiences and discussed what the Holy month meant to them.

Ahmed Abdulla Al-Suwaidi, Acting Administration Director at QPMC, said of the occasion, “There is no doubt that we at QPMC consider our employees as one of the most important pillars that the company stands on. On this belief, we organize such events to show them our appreciation and constant support for the very important role they have. As Ramadan represents the coming together of all humans, as brothers, it is the best time of year to demonstrate our gratitude for our employee’s hard work and dedication. Caring for our workers and providing them with a good life is a top priority at QPMC, and we try to achieve it both short and long term.

QPMC has adopted several initiatives dedicated to its workers’ wellbeing, from maintaining a good life at work and in their accommodations. Such actions are testament to QPMC’s dedication to its employees and the importance that they play in the company’s success. All of this reflects the image of the company in the Qatari community. QPMC is now considering many other initiatives aimed at further enhancing the life of workers, especially regarding training, sports and entertainment.

Additionally, QPMC received an award during this year’s GCC Traffic Week; an annual event held in all of the GCC member countries concurrently, in which traffic officers from each country exchange knowledge and experience in the field and discusses related issues.