A company delegation from India not too long ago visited Rusayl Industrial Estate, which falls below the umbrella of the Public Establishment for Industrial Estates (PEIE). The delegates have been acquainted with the vision, mission and primary solutions of PEIE and the different industrial estates that fall below its umbrella all through the sultanate.
PEIE officials elaborated on the vision of PEIE, which is to improve the sultanate’s position as a top regional centre of manufacturing, ICT, innovation and entrepreneurship excellence, and its mission in attracting industrial investments and offering continued assistance, via regionally and globally competitive techniques, great infrastructure, worth adding solutions and simple governmental processes.
The delegation was briefed on the objectives of PEIE. These objectives comprise attracting foreign investments to the sultanate and localising the national capital contributing to stimulating the private sector to attain sustainable financial and social improvement strengthening relations with the concerned authorities to make sure the overflow of investment method and overcome any obstacles faced by investors reinforcing cooperation with connected international and regional organisations to increase the exchange of expertise, understanding and methods employed creating employees’ abilities and efficiency via a set of coaching programmes contributing to producing new job possibilities encouraging exports and the establishment of export industries, and boost the industry share of locally manufactured goods stimulating the financial sectors in the sultanate such as transport, tourism, banking, amongst other individuals and reaching environmental sustainability.
The Indian company delegates then visited Oman Fibre Optic, which was constituted in 1996 and commenced cable production in early 1999. The business makes use of state-of-the-art technologies to draw fibre and manufacture globe-class fibre cable goods.
Information Source: Muscat Daily