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Old October 10th, 2010, 04:12 PM   #81
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Old October 10th, 2010, 04:18 PM   #82
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Delegates from 10 Countries Hold Networking Session 22 Members from Young Presidents Organization Visit KAEC
King Abdullah Economic City, Saudi Arabia – 3rd March, 2010 :



Twenty-two Young Presidents Organization (YPO) members from 10 countries networked at King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) under the patronage of HE Amr Al Dabbagh, Governor of Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA), and Mr. Fahd Al-Rasheed, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Emaar, The Economic City (EEC), the Tadawul-listed company developing KAEC.

Mr. Fahd Al Rasheed presented to the Young Presidents Organization the progress taking place in KAEC from 2007 till present date including an update on the handovers done on a wide range of residential units at Bay La Sun, land plots in the Industrial Valley, offices at the Business Park as well as a wide variety of retail space throughout the city. The Seaport at KAEC, added Al-Rasheed, located on the Red Sea, has been designed to play an essential role in linking Europe, Africa and Asia through two major international Maritime Navigations. Located in close proximity to Jeddah, Makkah and Madinah, KAEC Seaport will serve more than 250 million consumers across the region.

Peter Provenzano, Director of Supply core ME and a member delegate of the YPO said:” The [KAEC's] vision of success is world class; the implementation that you’ve started is very impressive. There is so no doubt in my mind that the city will be successful, because Saudi Arabia has the resources to materialize this world class vision.”

“I genuinely felt proud to be Saudi, knowing that a project of the scale and magnitude of King Abdullah Economic City is materializing in my country. The opportunities present in KAEC, as demonstrated, will yield excellent returns on investment and contribute to the economic growth and prosperity in the Kingdom”, commented Salman Al Jishi, Saudi YPO’s member, President of Salman Commercial Group and Head of the Industrial Committee at the Chamber of Commerce – Eastern Region.

YPO connects the world’s most successful young presidents and CEOs in a global business network but unlike any other in the world. Founded 60 years ago, YPO today unites and serves nearly 17,000 members through 200 branches in more than 100 countries around a shared mission: Better Leaders through Education and Idea Exchange.

KAEC is coming to life as a large number of companies and organizations, including Emaar, The Economic City have already started carrying out their daily operations from KAEC, as the first wave of residents are settling down in the city, becoming the core of KAEC's future communities.


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Feb 21, 2010
Prized ‘Hawadi Village’ Widens Global Recognition of King Abdullah Economic City
King Abdullah Economic City/Saudi Arabia – February 21st, 2010 :



Hawadi Village’s display of a proposed residential community was awarded “Best Virtual Reality Experience” at the 2010 annual exhibition of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) in the state capital of Nevada, Las Vegas. Hawadi Village is the planned community for middle-income families in King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC). It is the recent winner of “The Best Residential-Future Award” at ‘Cityscape Jeddah 2009’. Hawadi Village made an impact on the 1,000 exhibitors and 50,000 visitors at this year’s NAHB event, ensuring that the progress being made at KAEC is globally recognized and that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is securely at the forefront of design, planning and construction in the real-estate industry. Hawadi Village is being built on 9 million square meters of land and will comprise 22,000 residential units made up of a diverse range of apartments, townhomes and villas for up to 60,000 residents. The village is designed to give home owners a strong sense of community belonging. Its amenities, including convenience shops, recreation facilities and numerous mosques, which will be built in each neighborhood. In response to the award, Mr. Fahd Al-Rasheed, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Emaar, The Economic City (EEC), the Tadawul-listed company developing KAEC said, “This is yet another significant achievement for Saudi Arabia. Winning the NAHB and the Cityscape Jeddah awards are indicative of the continued success in reaching important milestones towards the progress of KAEC.” Hawadi Village’s development team include 300 specialists from 15 global architectural and engineering firms. Mr. Al-Rasheed added, “We are designing and constructing Hawadi with the vision that premium living standards are to be within the financial means of Saudi working families.” Emaar E.C., now based in KAEC, had handed over in 2009 a wide range of residential units at Bay La Sun, land plots in the Industrial Valley, offices at the business park as well as a wide variety of retail space through out the city. A large number of companies and organizations have already started carrying out their daily operations from KAEC, as the first wave of residents are settling down in the city, becoming the core of KAEC's future communities. KAEC is coming to life as a city. NAHB, based in Washington D.C., is a trade association that promotes the policies that make housing a national priority in the United States. Since 1942, NAHB has been serving its members, the housing industry, and the public at large.

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Feb 16, 2010
King Abdullah Economic City Hosts a Delegation from Singapore's Top-Ranking Companies
King Abdullah Economic City, February 16th, 2010 :





King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) has recently hosted a high-profile delegation from Singapore’s top companies accompanied by Mr. Bandar Al Thakil, Chairman of the Saudi-Singapore Business Council (SSBC).

The delegation were greeted by senior executives from Emaar, The Economic City (EEC), the master planner and main developer of King Abdullah Economic City. A visual and detailed presentation of KAEC’s mission and vision in attracting foreign investments to the Kingdom was presented to the visiting delegation. They were also briefed on the Industrial Valley’s offering of world-class infrastructure, urban planning and logistics.

“It was a unique opportunity for us to come and actually see this vast and prominent city (KAEC) which contributes to the development of the global economy to a large extent” said George Chan, Senior Executive at Singapore Business Federation. “KAEC will be the gate to the Middle Eastern market and will bring key investment opportunities that we can capitalize on in advancing intra-trade between Saudi Arabia and Singapore” he added.

Emaar E.C., now based in KAEC, had handed over in 2009 a wide range of residential units at Bay La Sun, land plots in the Industrial Valley, offices at the business park as well as a wide verity of retail space through out the city. KAEC is coming to life as a large number of companies and organizations have already started carrying out their daily operations from KAEC, as the first wave of residents are settling down in the city, becoming the core of KAEC's future communities.


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Old November 26th, 2011, 03:32 AM   #84
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Old November 26th, 2011, 07:01 AM   #85
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Gorgeous. What's the population goal? I feel like this city has the potential to be a big Arab metropolis but it's proximity to Jeddah hinders that ability. Is there a reason why this place was made so close to Makkah and Jeddah rather than further north in coastal Tabruk province or Medina province? Either way, a gorgeous project and I have no doubt it will become a colossal success in the future.
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Old November 26th, 2011, 08:14 PM   #86
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Sprawl, motorways and no public transport...helluva way to build a city. Well done!
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Old September 1st, 2012, 11:54 PM   #87
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Who can buy a house or other type of realestate in Saudi?
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Old September 2nd, 2012, 04:30 AM   #88
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Old September 2nd, 2012, 04:17 PM   #89
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I only know that the High Speed Train from Mekkah to Madina will pass by Jeddah and this city.
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wow amazing , the beach not is nice but the buildings and contructions wow
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Al Salem Johnson Controls (ASJC) has signed an agreement with King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) to purchase and establish its largest manufacturing facility and training center at the Industrial Valley in King Abdullah Economic City.

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As part of the expansion plans at King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) and in an attempt to accelerate the pace of construction work, negotiations with 13 international and local companies for investments in the city has been launched recently. The companies have reserved lands of different dimensions in KAEC’s Industrial Valley, with the total estimated at 2 million square meters. Year 2013 will see the production launch of four factories. With two manufacturers having launched in 2010, this will bring the total number of producing factories to six in the next period.
Meanwhile, the KAEC seaport will start receiving ships by mid-2013. It has currently completed the reception procedures.
“There are 36 national and foreign companies that have signed contracts for industrial investment at KAEC Industrial Valley,” Ahmed Linjawi, president of KAEC services and industrial division, told a local newspaper. The total investment value of the contracts exceeds SR 10 billion on a total area of nearly 9 million sq. m. “In addition to that, we have reached a tentative contract agreement with 13 companies that will be translated into a final contract soon,” he said.
Linjawi declared that KAEC had succeeded in accelerating the pace of implementation and construction work, given that 11 companies obtained building permits from the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA).
“SAGIA, which based its headquarters in King Abdullah Economic City, has succeeded in providing a superior investment climate and services according to the highest standards, such as a comprehensive service center that offers all services to owners and investors, he said.
The ongoing industrial projects at KAEC Industrial Valley include logistic services, the investments of which cover an area of 2,313,590 sq. m, besides projects in the field of consumer goods manufacturing on an area of 436,037 sq. m. Moreover, the steel complex project will cover an area of 4,300,006 sq. m, and multiple projects in the field of construction and building materials cover an area of 1,065,448 sq. m. Five pharmaceutical industry projects occupy an area of 696,121 sq. meters, and an oil manufacturing project in addition to another project for manufacturing of plastic packaging materials will comprise an area of 295,803 sq. m, he said.
Linjawi declared that the growing demand for investment in the Industrial Valley pushed KAEC to proceed with the design of a general outline of the Industrial Valley’s second phase, with an area extended to more than 14 million sq. m. This area has been devoted to attracting investors in the medium and light industries, with the availability of integrated infrastructure and all utilities services such as water, power, sanitation, flood drainage channels, information technology services, and fiber optics.
The first phase of the Industrial Valley, which extends over an area of 3,600,000 sq. m, begun running phase A and will complete infrastructure phase B by the end of 2013.
Alongside the Industrial Valley, the KAEC seaport has almost completed its first construction phase. It is scheduled to begin traffic and receive ships by the end of 2013.
In addition to that, the Haramain High Speed Railway inside KAEC is one of the main attractions for investors and residents. It links KAEC with King Abdulaziz International Airport in 25 minutes and takes 70 minutes from Makkah to Medina. The railway is scheduled to launch operation in 2014
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SABB set to open in KAEC
Last Updated : Wednesday, February 20, 2013 12:27 AM

Fahd Al-Rasheed, Managing Director and CEO of King Abdullah Economic City, and David Dew, SABB Managing Director.


KAEC – The Saudi British Bank (SABB) has signed an agreement with King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) which will make SABB the first bank to open a branch in KAEC.

The event was attended by Fahd Al-Rasheed, Managing Director and CEO of King Abdullah Economic City; David Dew, SABB Managing Director; and Faisal Faruqi, KAEC Chief Financial Officer, as well as a number of senior executives from SABB and KAEC.

Speaking after the signing ceremony held in Bay La Sun Village on the coast of the city, Al-Rasheed, said: “We warmly welcome Saudi British Bank to KAEC where it will become a vital part of the city’s everyday life, serving residents with the full range of retail banking services and providing business customers with world class corporate services as they start up their enterprises in the economic city.”

David Dew said: “We are delighted to be the first bank to open in KAEC, and to be able to serve KAEC residents as well as providing services for corporate customers. We look forward to becoming members of a thriving and prosperous community in KAEC and playing a leading role in the city’s economic growth and development.”

Occupying almost a fifth of the prime building in the Business Park, SABB’s 925 sqm branch is due for handover in May 2013 and is scheduled to open in September 2013. — SG
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Emaar's Saudi unit sees 129% rise in net



An Emaar Properties unit in charge of developing the King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) in Saudi Arabia on Saturday said its net profit for 2012 more than doubled those in the previous year.

Emaar The Economic City Company said in a statement on the Saudi bourse that net income for the year totalled SR189.20m, compared to SR82.55m in 2011, an increase of 129 percent.

Operating profit for 2012 was SR219.40m, compared to SR124.78m the previous year, an increase of 76 percent, the company added.

It said the reason for the increase in profit was due to improved sales activity, primarily attributable to an increase in revenue from residential units and industrial plot sales.

The real estate company also said the net increase in total expenses seen in 2012 was in line with the rise in operations and sales.




Emaar Economic City leads the master-planning and development of the 168 million sq m King Abdullah Economic City, a project being built in the north of Jeddah.

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The burgeoning Saudi-American trade ties received a big boost with the world’s most famous pharmaceutical industry leader, Pfizer, deciding to set up its new manufacturing plant at the King Abdullah Economic City in Rabigh, about 130 km north of Jeddah.
The groundbreaking and foundation-laying ceremony was attended by Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA) Gov. Abdulatif Al-Othman; Mohannad Hilal, secretary-general of Economic Cities Authority, senior government officials, diplomats and senior global and regional management personnel of Pfizer led by Guy Lallemand, Bulent Atlig, Keith Dennie and Hussein El-Hakim.
The 32,000 square meter plant will be operational in 2015. At the total production capacity of 18 million packs per year, the facility will produce a broad range of Pfizer’s medicines currently supplied to the Kingdom. The development will also facilitate the transfer of Pfizer’s expertise to the local market, ensuring production meets Pfizer’s rigorous and globally recognized quality standards.
At a reception at the Jeddah Hilton on Wednesday, US Consul General Anne S. Casper was thrilled by the arrival of Pfizer in the Kingdom.
“It was Jabir bin Hayyan, a Muslim scientist in the 8th century who is credited for introducing a new approach to alchemy based on controlled laboratory experimentation — and has been called ‘the father of chemistry.’ Therefore, how appropriate and how auspicious that today, Pfizer has laid the foundation for its very first pharmaceutical plant, here in this very region, the region that originated this field of study,” she said amid a loud applause.
She said commercial ties between Saudi Arabia and the United States have been the anchor of the overall bilateral relationship for more than half a century.
“Looking broadly, Saudi Arabia is the United States’ largest trading partner in the Middle East and was ranked last November, as our ninth largest trading partner worldwide,” she said. “Today, our business relationship is diversifying far beyond the energy sector into many different fields, including medical and health care related industries.”
She described the Pfizer groundbreaking event as an important milestone in the very robust commercial and economic relationship between the two countries.
“I am confident that Pfizer’s initiative will be successful and that KAEC will continue to attract strong US investment,” she said.
SAGIA’s Al-Othman said Saudi Arabia was set to transform the economy.
“While the government is focused on encouraging, attracting and facilitating world-class inward investment, especially in knowledge-based and life science industries being a top economic priority, we are sending a very strong and positive message to the world - that Saudi Arabia is set to transform the economy and its infrastructure to host and support knowledge-based industry leaders and manufactures like Pfizer,” said Al-Othman.
“Pfizer’s decision and commitment to set up its first-ever manufacturing facility in the GCC in Saudi Arabia is a clear signal that SAGIA’s vision to make Saudi Arabia a major hub between the East and West is attainable,” he said.
Pfizer’s new manufacturing facility will be instrumental in providing Saudi patients with improved access to Pfizer broad portfolio of medicines. It will also contribute to the commercial and economic development of the national economy together with to creating new employment opportunities for skilled talents.
Keith Dennie, Pfizer’s vice president for operations, said the manufacturing facility will enhance Pfizer’s presence and operations in the Kingdom. “The new facility will serve the growing needs of the Kingdom, now and in the future,” said Dennie. “This is the first such partnership that Pfizer has established in the GCC and one that we hope is a foundation for the future.”
Guy Lallemand, regional president, Africa and Middle East, worldwide BioPharmaceutical business, said the new Pfizer plant is by Saudis and for Saudis. “Once the production begins at the plant, it will help in making medicine available more quickly in the Kingdom,” he said.
Hussein El-Hakim, country manager, Pfizer Saudi Arabia, was upbeat. “For us, investing in setting up a world-class manufacturing facility in Saudi Arabia is not only a rewarding business opportunity, but also a commitment to the health and wellbeing of the people of Saudi Arabia.”
Fahd Al-Rasheed, MD & CEO of King Abdullah Economic City said that the city has become a hub for many global and local companies. “Healthcare sector is of a special interest to us owing to the quality new jobs it creates, its direct reflection on people health and citizens wellbeing” added Al-Rasheed.
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