Isuzu trains 10,000 Saudi technicians
Jeddah, January 26, 2014
As many as 10,000 automobile technicians have been trained by Japanese automotive manufacturer Isuzu Motors, in cooperation with the University of Japan, said a report.
The training was carried out as part of an automotive cluster in the kingdom, said the Saudi Gazette report quoting the Saudi Industrial Property Authority ( Modon).
More Saudis will be trained to work in the automobile plants, it said.
"The Japanese automobile company Isuzu has trained 10,000 Saudi youth in automobile field and they will be working at various automobile plants and related industries which are expected to come up in Saudi Arabia as part of the Industrial Cluster Development plan of the government in Yanbu Industrial City," a Modon official was quoted as saying.
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