Jeddah Chamber appoints Dulsco to boost HR
Dubai, November 29, 2012
Jeddah Chamber of Commerce & Industry (JCCI) has appointed Dulsco, the region’s leading HR solutions provider, to streamline and further develop the human resources capabilities in Jeddah.
A memorandum of understanding to this effect was signed today (November 29) between Sheikh Salah Bin Abdullah Kamel, chairman, JCCI and Abdul Aziz Mohammed Khan Abdulla, chairman, Dulsco at the Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry (DCCI) headquarters.
The MoU will pave the way for Dulsco to approach local partners in Jeddah through joint venture agreements to boost the HR infrastructure in the region.
Dubai Chamber supported the partnership agreement between its Jeddah counterpart and the Dubai-based Dulsco. The JCCI was seeking a suitable partner that could tap the potential of its local HR capabilities and efficiently utilise it in the development of the region.
Sheikh Salah stated that this strategic partnership will bring together the experience, competence and knowledge of JCCI and Dulsco to develop the HR infrastructure in the region.
He emphasised that both parties will cooperate with each other, in which ever way needed to achieve the objectives mentioned in the MoU.
In addition, JCCI will work closely with Dulsco in identifying potential companies to partner with and facilitate the process of obtaining the necessary approvals from the government.
Abdul Rahman Saif Al Ghurair, chairman, DCCI, said that the Chamber will provide all the support to Dubai’s business community in order to enhance its competitiveness in the region as this agreement will also help it consolidate its historical bilateral ties with leading trading partners in the region as well as its counterpart Chamber in Jeddah.
Abdul Aziz Mohammed Khan Abdulla described the development as a milestone in the company’s history.
“We are pleased to be selected by JCCI as its strategic human resources solutions partner and acknowledged for our solutions by Dubai Chamber,” he said.
“The appointment further underlines 75 years of our success in implementing successful HR practices and understanding of the region’s dynamics. Dulsco is keen to partner with local companies in Saudi Arabia and introduce to the market our innovative human resource solutions with a clear focus on quality, efficiency and people,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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