Daily PR staff visits Oriental Press
Manama, July 9, 2012
A delegation from Daily PR Agency in Bahrain recently visited Oriental Press at Hidd Industrial area, as part of management development and skill building programme.
The staff was greeted by Ghazi Hassan, the organisational development manager; Baqer A Rassol, business development executive and Ali Hilal production supervisor from Oriental Press.
They were given a detailed presentation about every department in the factory, types of equipments and stages of printing and packaging, a statement from Daily PR said.
Mahmood Al Nasheet, CEO of Daily PR, said: "We are very proud to have such modern and hi-tech printing facility in Bahrain. It provides excellent printing services, which is witnessing a remarkable development and intense competition.”
“Oriental Press has made a lot of effort to develop its services. Its management pays great attention to the development of Bahraini human resources in order to make them able to manage and run such facilities."
“Such visits play an important role in enhancing employees' skills and informing them about the recent developments in the printing industry, which will have a great benefit on their career development. They also strengthen the communication between the company and different service sectors in the field of media and relationships."
Gazi Ahmed, the director of management development, at Oriental Press, said: "This visit will contribute in building communication channels between the Press and its customers. It also helps in educating them about the latest technologies in the printing industry, which will enhance its status locally, regionally and internationally."
"The press has a revised and unified strategic plan in all its branches in Bahrain, Dubai and London. This has aided us in achieving excellence and acknowledgment from all our customers around the world."
Daily PR agency in Bahrain works in the field of public relations, advertising and media. It has a number of specialised experts and represents different public relations agencies in the Middle East, Europe and America. – TradeArabia News Service
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