Dr. Firouzabadi, Deputy of the Ministry of Cooperatives Labour and Social Welfare, visited Jam Petrochemical Complex different units in Asalooyeh.
According to JPC public relations, Dr. Seyyed Abolhassan Firouzabadi, deputy of the Ministry of Cooperatives Labour and Social Welfare, visited JPC in Asalooyeh and said, “Approximately, two thousand and seven hundred of young people from this country, more than eight hundred of whom have M.A/M.S degrees and higher, are working in such a modern, complicated and high-tech workplace. They refine the gas extracted from the depth of Persian Gulf wells by which they, in fact, create added value. Approximately one thousand and two hundred units and industrial workshops are making use of these products, a noticeable amount of which is also exported to other countries.”
Dr. Firouzabadi added: “For sure, this situation is an achievement. We hope that the number of such complexes will increase and Jam Petrochemical Company, by the Grace of God, will be developed so that more complexes will be linked to this complex.”
Deputy of the Ministry of Cooperatives Labour and Social Welfare continued: The mission of this ministry is to take on the commitment and do its responsibilities for the pensioners of the Civil Servants Pension Funds. For sure, as a major owner of Jam Petrochemical Company, we want this complex to develop, increase its production and profitability, and decrease the expenses by using knowledge based methods.
This report adds, in this visit, Mr. Mohammad Hashem Zadeh, JPC managing director, and Mr. Pakravan, JPC president, explained about the activities of operational units and presented a report about JPC production rate and its ways of exporting the produced items.
Of note, in this visit, Mr. Hashem zadeh, the managing director; Mr. Daftari, one of the BD members; Mr. Pakravan, JPC president; Mr. Amouzadeh, the managing director of Jam Sanatkaran Company and other JPC managers accompanied Dr. firouzabadi.