Al Rabie units undergo Saudi civil defence check
Riyadh, July 7, 2008
Al Rabie said Saudi Arabia’s Civil Defence Institute staff had inspected its factory and offices recently as part of their training program to evaluate the operation and manufacturing processes of selected organisations.
Al Rabie is a leading producer of dairy products and juices in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and one of the largest juice manufacturer in the Middle East.
The inspection team headed by Lieutenant Colonel Abdulrahman Alhousaini conducted a thorough examination of security and safety procedures in addition to processes and production methods throughout the Al Rabie facilities.
Senior management from Al Rabie, including Abdulmohsin Abuharba, public relations and projects engineer Bander Alzaid, safety and security manager, Mesned al Mesned and quality approve/quality control manager, Asim Al Mosaid, assisted the team.
After the tour, the civil defence group lauded the company for maintaining the
highest operational and safety standards and implementing impressive factory developments and also urged Al Rabie to continue setting an industry example in public safety.
'We fully appreciate the Civil Defence Institute’s recent visit to our facilities, which reflects their genuine concern for the safety procedures observed in food and beverage production plants,' Al Rabie CEO Monther Al Harthi, said.
'We are very proud of the positive feedback we received, affirming the effectiveness of the safety and health measures that we have been developing and implementing throughout our operations,' he noted.
Al Harthi pledged to continue to maintain processes and policies that meet the highest standards in food and beverage preparation.
“Our 1,000 employees deployed across our offices and factories strongly share our commitment to producing products of the highest quality using the most sophisticated technology and machinery.'
'We shall continue to invest considerable time, effort and money to ensure that we deliver only the safest and healthiest products to the public,' concluded Al Harthi.-TradeArabia News Service
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