Qatar Chamber has announced that Economic Zones Company Manateq is sponsoring the ‘Made in Qatar 2017’ exhibition as Economic Zones Partner. The exhibition is slated on December 14 to 17 at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre.
Qatar Chamber director-general Saleh bin Hamad al-Sharqi and Manateq CEO Fahad Rashid al-Kaabi signed the sponsorship agreement at the Chamber’s headquarters in Doha yesterday in the presence of Qatar Chamber chairman Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim al-Thani.
Held under the patronage of His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, the four-day exhibition witnesses the participation of over 300 companies and factories from Qatar.
Al-Kaabi said: “The ‘Made in Qatar’ exhibition is indeed a remarkable initiative by Qatar Chamber, in collaboration with the Ministry of Energy and Industry, that highlights the milestones achieved in the growth of the economy of the state of Qatar.
“Having Manateq contributing and supporting the expo as Economic Zones Partner would further strengthen our vision and exhibit the achievements of Manateq and our investment opportunities.”
Al-Kaabi said Manateq is working towards achieving Qatar National Vision 2030 by diversifying industries in the country. “This is how Manateq fits well to complement the objectives of Made in Qatar exhibition,” he continued.
The exhibition aims to attract more investments in the industry sector and promote locally-made products to ease dependence on imported items. It also encourages local companies to improve and develop their products to make Qatari products globally competitive.
Al-Sharqi said Manateq’s support strongly reflects its commitment to developing industrial sector in Qatar.
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