Al-Muwaqar Industrial Estate has always been a successful reference and a great example that meet international standards and measures in the fields of establishing, managing and marketing the industrial estates. And always have been an investment attraction destination for many local, Arab, and international Industrial capital. Nowadays, this industrial estate is the platform of many significant industrial companies that started production and exportation of their products to the international markets as a “Made in Jordan” products which h.
Jordan Industrial Estate Company (JIEC) succeeded to attract a new investment with a total invested capital of one million JOD in Al-Muwaqar Industrial Estate in the field of electrical power and boards; this new project will offer 15 job opportunities in the first phase.
Jordan Industrial Estates Company (JIEC) announced that the number of applications for investing in Al-salt Industrial Estate reached (16) requests in various industrial sectors, which coincides with the company's stimulation pace to complete the first phase with a size of (238 000 m2) out of the total land of the estate with a size of (472 000 m2). .
Jordan Industrial Estates Company (JIEC) offered the Investment opportunities within its industrial estates at Silk Road III Conference which was organized by the Palestinian-Jordanian Businessmen Forum for two days and in cooperation with JIEC, Jordan and Amman Chambers of Industry and Jordan and Amman Chambers of Commerce..
Jordan Industrial Estates Company (JIEC), in partnership with the Local Enterprise support project supported by the USAID and Al-Mafraq Development Company, organized a day to promote Al-Mafraq Industrial Estate in King Hussein Bin Talal Development Area in the presence of businessmen and investors’ association..
Jordan Industrial Estates Company (JIEC) participated in several economic activities in UAE represented in the Jordanian-Emirates higher council meetings, Gulf Food Fair and meetings with several economic and business men from many countries.
Prime Minister Hani Mulki, accompanied by a ministerial team, visited Al-Muwaqqar Industrial Estate and met its investors and stressed the government’s pride in the progress made by the industry sector and its reliance on modern technology.
Mulki said that the government will resolve the challenges facing the Kingdom and work with all the “seriousness and sincerity” to build “the Jordan we want”.
Jordan Industrial Estates Company (JIEC) started to execute the treatment of smells emitted by the (WWTP) of Abdullah II Industrial Estate in Sahab. The implementation tasks include covering the drainage tanks, installing the deodorization unit, and installing the acidity equilibration device which will cost almost half a million U.S Dollars, where it is expected to be completed within five months.