CPC backs two major industrial events
Riyadh, December 13, 2011
Jeddah-based Construction Products Holding Company (CPC), a leader in production and installation of basic construction material, is sponsoring two major economic and investment related events in Riyadh.
CPC is participating as Gold Sponsor of the Riyadh Economic Forum, set to be held from December 17 to 19.
This will be followed by the Industrial Investment Opportunities Forum (O5) organised by the Saudi Industrial Property Authority (Modon), on December 20, with CPC as co-sponsor.
“CPC wholly supports such major industrial and think tank activities in view of the government’s efforts to develop economic performance and expand industrial investment in Saudi Arabia, the overall Gulf region’s drive to increase industrial investment, and our 2012 expansion plans,” said Dr Faysal Alaquil, director of Business Development and official spokesperson of CPC.
The Riyadh Economic Forum reflects a genuine partnership between the public and private sectors, Alaquil said.
Organised by the Riyadh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) every two years, and now in its fifth edition, the Forum will discuss ways to strengthen private sector support of the national economy with creative initiatives that address pressing economic problems and issues.
“The Forum makes a valuable contribution to drawing up comprehensive and long-term strategies for sustainable development by addressing the future outlook and constraints on the basis of scientific studies rather than unrealistic goals,” Dr Alaquil said. “Its methodology is excellent, unique and based on well-studied collective effort.”
At the Industrial Investment Opportunities Forum, Modon will unveil the 10 best investment opportunities available in the five industrial cities coming up in various regions of Saudi Arabia.
“More than 300 potential investors representing major international companies will be attending,” Dr Alaquil said.
Modon is a government agency tasked with establishing, developing and operating industrial cities and technology zones in partnership with the private sector. It provides the facilities and modern technologies to ensure the best possible environment for investors to work and produce.
“CPC is co-sponsoring the forum to support the government’s efforts to increase industrial investment and employment opportunities for its citizens,” Dr Alaquil said. – TradeArabia News Service