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02 December 2019

The Egyptian Ministry of Youth and Sports Undersecretary, Mr. Ashraf Saleh Ahmed, on a visit to the Kingdom of Bahrain, was welcomed at GPIC by company President Dr. Abdulrahman Jawahery and other members of the Executive Management on 26 November 2019.

The visit of Mr. Ahmed, who is also Head of the Central Department of Ministry Affairs in Egypt, came as Bahrain and Egypt signed a Memorandum of Understanding in the field of media and international cooperation among youth.

GPIC President Dr. Abdulrahman Jawahery conveyed to the visitors the greetings of the Board of Directors and gave them an explanation of the company’s production and export operations.

Dr. Jawahery thanked Mr. Ahmed for the visit and closely observe the role the company plays to serve the community and to empower the youth. He expressed pride at the close relations between Bahraini and Egyptian companies.

He said GPIC is keen on exchanging visits and experiences with these leading companies, which have considerable experience in the field of petrochemicals and fertilizers.

Dr. Jawahery said that Egypt boasts of some of the most advanced industrial companies in the fertilizers and petrochemicals in the Arab world and the world. These companies, he added, are rich in experience and professional and knowledge among developed Arab and regional countries in the field of agriculture and food industry. 

He said these companies play an active and influential role in supporting the work of the Arab Fertilizers Association, based in the Egyptian capital, Cairo.

The guests were taken around the plants and other facilities, particularly the environmental projects. They went to the Learning and Leadership Academy and learnt about specialized training programmes that are provided not only to its employees, but to all those interested, including trainees from universities.

The visitors listened to a detailed explanation of factory operations with the help of a simulator and saw the e-learning centre. 

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