Qatar Industrial Manufacturing Company (QIMC), the Diamond Sponsor of ‘Made in Qatar’, has expressed its keen desire to build stronger relationships and forge more partnerships with Omani investors “in light of its plans towards the promising markets in the region.”
QIMC CEO Abdul Rahman Abdullah al-Ansari said major investors and stakeholders from both countries want to enhance trade exchange and increase investments in view of the facilities and incentives provided by the two countries to businessmen.
Al-Ansari said Qatar’s industries “have overcome the blockade and achieved remarkable progress thanks to the facilities provided by the government to support the investment climate in the country.”
He also lauded the strong economic and trade relations between the state of Qatar and Oman, citing the launch of the direct shipping line to the Port of Sohar in Oman, “which gave great momentum to the trade movement between the two countries and opened the way for many partnerships between the two sides.”
“The Omani market has become an important market for the state of Qatar and, likewise, the Qatari market is also an important market for Oman,” al-Ansari said.
Qatar Primary Materials Company (QPMC) CEO Essa Kaldari said the company, which is the exhibition’s Gold Sponsor, supports the development efforts of the Qatari industry, referring to the “great role” that ‘Made in Qatar’ plays in promoting local products and enhancing the role of Qatari industry in the national economy.
He said ‘Made in Qatar’ presented a great opportunity to introduce the Omani business community and Omani businessmen to the country’s most prominent industries. He added that QPMC received a large number of Omani businessmen who were introduced to the company’s business, strategic products, and expansion plans that largely help in meeting the raw material needs of the Qatari domestic market.
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