Dubai Investments, a leading investment company, has signed four MoUs in Amman, Jordan as part of MoIAT’s (Ministry of Industry and Advanced Technology) ‘Industrial Partnership for Sustainable Economic Growth’.
The signing saw Dubai Investments’ wholly owned subsidiaries, Globalpharma and Emirates Float Glass as part of the collaborations within the pharmaceutical and glass sectors.
Mohammed Saeed Al Raqbani, General Manager, Dubai Investments Industries and Director for Globalpharma, attended the signing ceremony and signed three MoUs for Globalpharma with companies in Egypt and Jordan, while Ahmed Al Shared, Head of Operations, Dubai Investments signed an MoU for Emirates Float Glass.
Raqbani said: “Dubai Investments becomes a competent contributor to the MoIAT’s industrial strategy. These signings also coincide with Globalpharma’s 25th anniversary in business this year and reiterates the company’s efforts in developing a more long-term, integrated approach to solidify competitiveness and stimulate growth regionwide.
“Globalpharma has articulated a robust business plan that will provide knowledge and technology transfer; we also see much opportunity to introduce, produce and market a pipeline of broadly diversified products to suit a diversified population.”
Globalpharma signed a partnership for technology transfer with the Egyptian company Nerhado on advanced manufacturing technology for production of medicines and nutritional supplements in the UAE.
The company also partnered with two Jordanian companies, Savvy Pharma and Itqan Pharma, to facilitate a knowledge transfer in the field of research and development of value-added medicines, thus expanding manufacturing and production. Present at the signing ceremony was also Globalpharma’s board advisor Dr Mariam Galadari & General Manager Dr Basem Albarahmeh.
Al Shared said: “We are setting our partnership between Emirates Float Glass and Soda Chemical Industries Company in motion. The partnership at its essence will involve supplying Emirates Float Glass with soda ash — one of the main raw materials in the production of glass.” -- TradeArabia News Service