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QPMC designated key sponsor of “Made in Qatar 2016” in Riyadh
Engineer Eisa Al-Hammadi: “Our participation reflects our commitment to our culture of planning, engagement, development, achievement, networking and exchange of expertise

 

Qatar Primary Materials Company (QPMC) was designated as key sponsor of the “Made in Qatar 2016” exhibition, held Nov. 6 to Nov. 9 for the first time out side Qatar, and for its first year abroad in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Having gained significant success since its inception in 2009, this year’s “Made in Qatar”  spreads across an area of ten thousand meters -for the first time outside Doha. It brings together a group of distinguished exhibitors, potential investors, manufacturers from both Qatar and KSA. The participation of leading Qatari corporations, small and medium sized companies, and other productive enterprises aims at acquainting Saudi businesses with Qatari manufacturers.

QPMC’s participation as the diamond sponsor  in “Made in Qatar 2016” aims at supporting the country’s economy and promoting Qatar’s produce and interests . The exhibition significant booths ranging from leading private and government companies come to introduce Qatari products to the sizable Saudi market, creating investment opportunities. For QPMC the Made in Qatar platform promotes possibilities for exchange of expertise with Saudi companies operating in the  premium raw and primary materials sector.

Engineer Eisa Al-Hammadi, the QPMC CEO, headed the company’s delegation to the exhibition. The QPMC delegate included a team of experts, port and jetties manager, head, operations manager and departmental director as well as HR and administrative manager. “Our participation reflects our commitment to promote a culture of planning, development, achievement, networking and exchange of expertise.

Engineer Eisa Al-Hammadi  added “Made in Qatar 2016” creates excellent networking opportunities, namely with Saudi companies and potential investors interested in investing in QPMC’s mega projects. We have more than one project where we can cooperate with the Kingdom to further mutual economical interests and relations of the two countries, Al-Hammadi added.

The QPMC CEO also recapitalized and praised  Qatar Chambers plans to host the exhibition “Made in Qatar” in other GCC countries in the future and for the first time in Saudi Arabia, noting that such geographical expansion would give Qatari products, services and companies unprecedented exposure, and would pave the way for more cooperation among Qatar and other GCC countries. This strategic planning for Made in Qatar added Al-Hammadi, would support national economies, encouraging the private sector and boosting our continued efforts to the achieve sustainable development goals across the Arab States, he said.

This is the second consecutive time QPMC participates in “Made in Qatar,” thus demonstrating its concrete commitment in supporting Qatar’s efforts to grow its private sector whilst upholding the local industries and encouraging regional investors, Engineer Eisa Al-Hammadi concluded.

 

About QPMC

Qatar Primary Materials Company was established based upon the instructions of the Qatari Government in 2006 to provide port service at 3 main primary materials berths in Qatar and develop them to increase capacity. QPMC is also responsible for creating and managing a strategic stockpiles of Gabbro, producing dune and washed sand, in addition to regulating the sale prices of primary materials. QPMC also manages cement silos to store and discharge Imported cement to meet any sudden increased demand. QPMC seeks to ensure that it continuously supplies the local market with primary building materials which helps support the local construction sector and the Qatari infrastructure.