Saudi-Japanese training programs completed

Saudi-Japanese training programs completed
A total of 102 Saudi engineers attended the four training programs, where they acquired knowledge and skills to realize more productivity at their companies. (SPA)
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Updated 24 February 2020

Saudi-Japanese training programs completed

Saudi-Japanese training programs completed
  • A total of 102 Saudi engineers attended the four training programs, where they acquired knowledge and skills to realize more productivity at their companies

JEDDAH: Saudi engineers have completed the fourth training program in a series of programs set up by the Kingdom and Japan as part of a long-term strategic partnership between the two countries.
The program, Six Sigma, was attended by 27 engineers at the Saudi Authority for Industrial Cities and Technology Zones (Modon) in Jeddah on Feb. 16-20. It was organized by the Kingdom’s Ministry of Industry and Mineral Resources and the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, together with organizations including Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance and the Japan Cooperation Center for the Middle East.
The closing ceremony was attended by Japan’s consul general, Masayuki Miyamoto, and the deputy minister of industrial services at the Ministry of Industry and Mineral Resources, Mazen M. Johar.
A total of 102 Saudi engineers attended the four training programs, where they acquired knowledge and skills to realize more productivity at their companies.  
Modon has been developing integrated industrial areas since its inception in 2001. It oversees industrial cities under development, in addition to supervising private industrial parks and cities.