GE explores further partnerships in Saudi
Company will broaden scope for public-private partnerships in Kingdom
General Electric has announced it plans to further explore opportunities for exploring public-private partnerships in Saudi Arabia, the Saudi Gazette has reported.
Nabil Habayeb, president and CEO of GE’s Middle East and Africa region, said: “Saudi Arabia is one of the key markets for GE in the Middle East region, where our company-to-country approach delivers tailored solutions that meet the Kingdom’s requirements for long-term sustainability and economic competitiveness.”
Walid Abukhaled, the company’s new president and CEO for operations in Saudi and Bahrain, said: “Among the most competitive nations in the world today, Saudi Arabia offers an unmatched landscape of economic growth opportunities across diversified sectors.”
He continued: “With energy resources as the backbone, the Kingdom is focused on infrastructure development that ensures all-round socio-economic welfare – my focus will be to establish stronger public private partnerships, while also working towards empowering the Saudi youth through education, knowledge transfer and engagement.”