In a bid to strengthen business ties with government agencies, RasGas recently initiated a relationship-building workshop with several key representatives from the Qatar Chamber (QC).
“RasGas is always seeking new ways to build on the co-operation between the government and business. We appreciate the role that the QC plays and their ongoing efforts to support and promote the country’s economic sector,” said Ali al-Marri, procurement manager, RasGas Supply Department.
The workshop, which was hosted at RasGas’ West Bay headquarters, included presentations from both parties, outlining the role each plays in facilitating a mutually-beneficial work relationship, and how to enable continued development in the future.
Hussain Yousef al-Abdulghani, associate director, Department of Affairs at the QC extended his appreciation to RasGas management, and confirmed that the QC welcomed all proposals to strengthen relationships with national companies.
He also expressed satisfaction at the opportunity to get an insight into RasGas’ business, which was provided during the workshop, and encouraged other companies to take similar initiatives to enhance the relationship with the Qatar Chamber.
Adel Shamlan, RasGas acting head (Procurement Logistics) said, “RasGas plans on hosting similar workshops with other government ministries and agencies to enhance mutual understanding and contribute to the achievement of the Qatar National Vision 2030.”
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