King Abdullah Industrial City home to 405 firms — JIEC

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AMMAN — According to 2019 statistics, the King Abdullah II Ibn Al-Hussein Industrial City in Sahab, east of the capital, has attracted over 405 Arab and international industrial companies, boasting a collective investment value of JD1.39 billion dinars and over $600 million in exports. اضافة اعلان

The industrial estate founded in the 1980s, is the oldest and largest industrial city in the Kingdom, covering an area of 2500 dunums.

According to Omar Juwaid, director general of the Jordan Industrial Estates Company (JIEC), the estate is home to 20,000 square meters of prefabricated buildings, costing JD2.6 million dinars, built to carry out the company's vision for expansion.

Juwaid noted that the industrial city has provided over 13,000 jobs to residents of eastern southeastern Amman, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.

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