HE the Minister of State for Energy Affairs Saad bin Sherida al-Kaabi, who is also chairman and managing director of Industries Qatar (IQ), has appointed Abdulrahman Ali al-Abdulla as the new managing director and CEO of Qatar Steel from January 1.
Qatar Steel, a subsidiary of Industries Qatar, became the first company in the Middle East and one of the four entities in the world to achieve “1 Rosette” rating from the UK Cares for good performance.
Qatar Steel has celebrated the Occupational Health and Safety Day as part of its corporate social responsibility and initiatives in creating awareness of the importance of maintaining health, safety and the environment (HSE).
Earnings per share for review period stood at QR4.15 compared to QR2.66 in the corresponding period of 2017.
Qatar Steel has held a career open day in Doha to attract and recruit national students. In a statement, the company said it aims to familiarise national students in general and graduates in particular with the job opportunities available and the academic disciplines required.