Saudi Vision 2030

Privatisation is at the forefront of Vision 2030, as the kingdom aims to raise $10 billion through the sale of government assets over the next two years, with the most recent plans to sell sports clubs and a major desalination plant, among other state-owned assets...






Having an internationally recognised audit has become a key task for Aramco as it seeks to become the world’s most valuable company...






Saudi Arabia’s digital transformation continues to burgeon with reports showing that the Kingdom’s ICT spend grew 6 per cent in 2017 to over $36 billion and is predicted to expand further this year to reach the value of $40 billion...






Saudi Vision 2030 aspires to raise the contribution of local content in industry and to foster the economic role of SMEs as engines for innovation and sustainability...






Dhahrain Techno Valley Company (DTVC), a wholly owned subsidiary of King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM), plans to move ahead with Phase 2 of the DTV Science Park and continue to attract technology companies to establish their research and innovation centres in the valley...






The facility will double the production capacity of Inma Steel, whose current product range includes a wide range of process equipment such as pressure vessels, reactors, distillation/fractionating columns, towers, shell and tube heat exchangers...






EBKSA, which is a joint venture between EagleBurgmann (Germany) and Gas Arabian Services, says its expectations are high as there are many projects lined up for the coming years, especially as its product range offers a variety of solutions...






Saudi-based industrial services leader Anabeeb has tailored the company’s strategy in such a way that it is in line with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030...






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