he CEO of Jordan Industrial Estates Company (JIEC), Mr. Omar Jawed, discussed with the governor of Al Karak, Dr. Jamal Al-Fayez, the importance of al-Hussein bin Abdullah II industrial estate in achieving the development gains for the governorate, especially in providing job opportunities for the local community.
Meanwhile, the parties also discussed, during the visit which was accompanied by the manager of the industrial estate, Mr. Abdul Haleem Al Qarraleh, the procedures of facilitating the services for the industrial investments as well.
Jordan Industrial Estates Company (JIEC) Started to develop Phase II of Al Muawaqqar Industrial Estate on an area of (305,000 m2) which include the construction of the landscape as well as the full infrastructure ( electricity, sewage, water, telecommunications, roads, lightining, etc…). These efforts are expected to cost up to 2.5 million JOD.
Lately, (JIEC) transmitted the tender of the project to develop the extra blocks due to the growing demand on land plots and buildings..
cting The CEO of Jordan Industrial Estates Company, Omar Jawed, said that the company is currently implementing 14 construction projects worth up to JD60 million, including the establishment of new industrial estates in the governorates of (Madaba, Salt, Tafila and Jerash) also, expansions of several existing industrial estates and the processing of a number of industrial buildings in wide areas to meet the increasing demand for investment in the industrial estates..
he Jordan Industrial Estate Company (JIEC) has decided to appoint Omar Jawed as chief executive officer to succeed Jalal Debei as of October 1, until the company appoints a new CEO, a JIEC statement
Jawed assumed several monitoring and administrative posts, mainly as chief executive of the King Abdullah II Industrial Estate and executive director of the industrial estates that contributed to developing JIEC performance and serving various industrial investments within JIEC..
Jordan Industrial Estates Company (JIEC) announced the signing of an agreement to establish an industrial complex in Al- Muwaqar Industrial estate.
The industrial complex will expand over a total area of 368 Dunums, and include several factories specialized in the heavy engineering and basic metal industries such as copper, zinc and aluminum purification, in addition to specialized chemical industries which heavily rely on Jordanian raw materials.
The 1st industrial investment in Al- Muaqar industrial Estate still a witness of the beginnings of AIE when they launched their investment in 2011while they were in the 1st steps of their project side by side in developing the 1st phase of the industrial estate taking advantage the near Jordanian- Saudi borders which facilitate access of their products.
Meanwhile, Al-Muaqar Industrial Estate was a destination to one of the largest companies from Singapore, which (AIE) has been the best choices and the most successful for their investmen.
Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST) and Jordan Industrial Estates Company signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to frame joint efforts between the university and industrial estates in Jordan.
The industrial cities of Sahab, Muaqar, Irbid, Karak and Aqaba until the end of 2017 offered about 46 thousand jobs, the majority were for Jordanians from both genders, concentrated in Abdullah II industrial Estate and Al-Hassan Industrial Estate in Irbid .