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The visitation of Adviser to the President and Secretary of the Supreme Council of Iran's Free Trade, Industrial and Special Economic Zone to Jam Petrochemical Company

The visitation of Adviser to the President and Secretary of the Supreme Council of Iran's Free Trade, Industrial and Special Economic Zone to Jam Petrochemical Company
[Adviser to the President and Secretary of the Supreme Council of Iran's Free Trade, Industrial, and Special Economic Zone visited the Jam Petrochemical Company during his travel to the south of the country and the Pars Special Economic Energy Zone.]
Morteza Bank, Adviser to the President and Secretary of the Supreme Council of Iran's Free Trade, Industrial, and Special Economic Zone, had a visit to Jam Petrochemical Company in Assaluyeh and held a meeting with Jam's petrochemical executives and senior executives.
 
Morteza Bank delivered his pleasure to be present at the Jam Complex, mentioned this petrochemical complex as a valuable collection of the powerful, specialized and experienced petrochemical group in the country and said: “Having a specialized and experienced staff in all areas, particularly in the oil, gas and petrochemical industry is very important. This enormous amount of capital is important makes the country proud of it.”
 
He also pointed to the significant impact of Asaluyeh and the South Pars region on the country's economy and emphasized: “the measures taken in this area are unique not only in the country but also elsewhere in the world and the country's authorities and officials should pay special attention to have these actions and appreciate the hard work of the employees of this line.”
 
MohammedReza Saidi, CEO of Jam Petrochemical, reported on the activities of Jam complex and briefed the President and his advisor on the company's achievements and the progress of its projects.
 
Nov 28, 2019 18:00
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