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GPIC achieves Urea plant record

Manama, The Urea plant of the Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (GPIC) achieved its highest monthly production rate in July, reaching 60,209 metric tonnes. The Company marked the occasion with an event on September 7.

Company Managing Director H.E. Mr. Ibrahim Al Musaiteer, several members of the Board of Directors, President Dr. Abdulrahman Jawahery, the Executive Management and officials were present.

In a statement, the Managing Director expressed pleasure at the achievement which, he said, comes as a result of the Company's keenness to modernize its operations and its operating systems and its endeavor to provide development and training programmes aimed at raising the professionalism and efficiency of employees.

He expressed confidence in the Company's Bahraini employees and their ability to make maximum use of all training opportunities it provides efficiently and effectively.

Dr. Jawahery said the Company has achieved this thanks to the Almighty and the dedication of its employees, who followed the directives of the Board of Directors.

He said everybody at the Company co-operates in a one family spirit to implement this strategy successfully to exceed targets. He said everyone has contributed to the achievement of the Urea plant and added this translates to the efforts exerted by the employees, which reaffirms their confidence in directives of the Board of Directors.

He said the management is committed to providing all necessary factors that contribute to the achievement of more records at all levels of work, taking full account of the application of the highest international standards in occupational safety and health.

Dr. Jawahery said all of the Company's products are subject to international regulations for quality, the environment, occupational health and safety and responsible care, and that GPIC has received the highest honors and awards in this regard.

He said training national cadres both within and outside Bahrain to achieve sustainability is a priority. This, he added, poses great challenges, which require everyone to make more efforts and work in a spirit in a one-family spirit.

Source: Bahrain News Agency