Qatar University (QU) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Apex Water and Services to enhance cooperation and leverage their shared capabilities. The primary focus of this collaboration is to engage in research and development in water treatment in Qatar.
Dr Ibrahim Mohamed al-Kaabi, acting vice president, Academic Affairs at QU, and Dr Sheikh Faisal bin Jassem al-Thani, chairman of the Board of Directors at Apex Water and Services signed the MoU. This agreement outlines their commitment to work together in various areas, including research and studies, the exchange of expertise and information, publications, journals, surveys, statistics, and data. Additionally, it encompasses cooperation in organising seminars, conferences, and joint efforts in other fields of mutual interest.
This strategic partnership reflects the vital and effective role played by national private companies in Qatar, in exchanging knowledge and expertise to enhance performance and meet comprehensive quality standards. Both QU and Apex Water and Services are dedicated to fostering collaboration across scientific, technological, research, and administrative domains.
Dr al-Kaabi, stated, “We are pleased to sign this agreement with Apex Water and Services to strengthen cooperation in scientific and research areas, share expertise in water treatment in Qatar, and jointly organise conferences and events to enhance the performance of both parties. We believe that national private companies play a crucial role in building and developing society.”
“Universities have a comprehensive and positive impact on society. QU has demonstrated its competence in various sectors and fields. Through this agreement, we affirm our commitment to cooperate with the university in various scientific and research fields that will contribute to achieving the desired goals of both parties which aligns with Qatar National Vision 2030,” added, Dr Sheikh Faisal.
QU and Apex Water and Services officials at the signing ceremony.