The National Industrial Development and Logistics Services Program (NDLP) is seeking to work with 40 Saudi government agencies to achieve qualitative industries represented in partial and total manufacturing and the development of the supply chain in machinery, medical equipment, cars, military industries and renewable energy.
The NDLP aims to transform the Kingdom into a leading industrial power and a global logistics platform by maximizing the value generated from the mining and energy sectors and focusing on the local content and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, to contribute to expanding and diversifying the economic impact of the targeted sectors.
Eng. Suleiman Al-Mazrouh, CEO of the NDLP, stressed his confidence in achieving the program’s objectives in light of the great integration between promising growth sectors and executive bodies, in addition to the availability of national competencies.
During a recent meeting of the Industrial Committee of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Riyadh, Al-Mazrouh said that achieving the objectives of the program would contribute to transforming the Kingdom into a leading industrial power and a global logistics platform.
For his part, Abdullah Al-Khorayef, member of the Board of Directors and Chairman of the Industrial Committee, explained that the program seeks to create an advanced and capable industrial society that achieves many of the aspirations of the business sector and opens the door for the development of industrial human capital.
The meeting featured a presentation of the most important goals of the NDLP and its upcoming strategy, and saw extensive discussions between committee members and program officials over the work plan and aspects of cooperation with industrialists.
It also reviewed the Daleel platform, which is a comprehensive window for presenting important information to the beneficiaries.