RIYADH: The Royal Commission for Al-Ula announced today the launch of an online portal for the registration of suppliers and business partners interested in working with the authority in developing Al-Ula to become a leading global tourism destination. This portal facilitates the procurement process and procedures, and contributes to enhancing cooperation opportunities with the authority’s partners, suppliers and investors, in the coming years.
The Royal Commission works on shaping the future of Al-Ula, based on the city’s charter as well as its cultural and heritage vision, by adopting the best international practices, seeking the help of reliable partners and investors, and creating more eye-catching opportunities for them, to contribute to the promotion of the governorate’s development sectors, the most prominent of which are hospitality, infrastructure, retail and trade.
The new portal provides a place for suppliers to classify and define their commercial services, to qualify and work with the Royal Commission for Al-Ula.
Commenting on the growing cooperation between the commission and its partners, Abdullah Al-Khelaiwi, head of economic and social development at the commission said: “Investing in supply systems and future partnerships will contribute to the ability of the Royal Commission for Al-Ula to expand its business horizons and plans and communicate with new suppliers, while enhancing the opportunities that can be presented to existing suppliers.”
“By adopting global systems and tools, and applying the best practices, we can develop the procurement process’ role so that the Royal Commission for Al-Ula becomes a preferred partner for leading companies and prominent suppliers within the Kingdom and abroad”, he added.