The Jordan Industrial Estate Corporation (JIEC) on Monday signed the seventh investment agreement at the Madaba Industrial Estate with a company specialised in food industries.
JIEC Director General Omar Juweid said that the JD10-million investment is established on a 14-dunum plot of land and will provide some 200 jobs for the Jordanian youth, noting the project will produce dried food, according to a JIEC statement..
JIEC lowers prices of Karak, Irbid industrial estates' lands by 5-20% | Jordan Times
The Jordan Industrial Estates Corporation (JIEC) has decided to lower the prices of lands at Al Hassan Bin Abdullah II Industrial Estate in Irbid and Al Hussein Bin Abdullah Industrial Estate in Karak by 5 to 20 per cent for immediate sale until the end of the year. .
His Majesty King Abdullah urged focusing on the pharmaceutical, medical supplies, and food processing industries, while expanding to other strategic, value-added sectors.
Attending part of a follow-up meeting at Al Husseiniya Palace for the steering committee on the pharmaceutical, medical supplies, and food processing industries, the King said Jordan has the potential to become a regional hub in these sectors, according to a Royal Court statement..
The Jordan Industrial estates Company said that the industrial Estates operating in various regions of the Kingdom formed economic milestone that embodied the meanings of independence and its pride in its multiple achievements and its various national contributions in supporting the national economy.
The Jordanian Industrial Estates Company sent a message of pride and appreciation to Jordanian and foreign workers in the various industrial companies operating in the Jordanian industrial Estates in Sahab, Irbid, Mafraq, Karak, Aqaba and Al Muwaqar on the occasion of the International Labor Day, which falls on the first of May of each year, renewing its commitment to its national role in providing job opportunities. Decent work for workers in the various disciplines working in their various sectors of production through industrial investments .
At a time when medical and food companies operating in the Jordanian industrial estates contributed to enhancing the Kingdom's stock of medicines and food products, a company investing in the industrial estate of Madaba created a unit for radiation sterilization, according to the UV to confront the effect of the Corona virus and as an alternative to sterilization in a more effective way than traditional methods, and that Based on its national duty to stop the spread of the pandemic or the spread of infection in Jordanian society and to use it .
187 industrial companies specialized in the manufacture of sterilizer, medical chemicals and health papers within the industrial Estate were able to continue the production during the corona pandemic in order to meet the high demand that resulted from this pandemic..
Jordan Industrial Estates Company confirmed the continuation of the production wheel to provide the local market with various products and commodities that are excluded from the ban, in conjunction with spraying and sterilization operations for its various sites in coordination with the official authorities..