Sipchem board members visits the company’s site in Jubail

Sipchem is one of the world’s leading petrochemical companies with over 35 years of combined operating history, and market presence in more than 40 countries

Sipchem aims to create an integrated petrochemical leader in Saudi Arabia that has a stronger operational, commercial and financial position, increasing its ability to capture growth opportunities, leverage existing capabilities, and ensuring sustainable operations.
Sipchem aims to create an integrated petrochemical leader in Saudi Arabia that has a stronger operational, commercial and financial position, increasing its ability to capture growth opportunities, leverage existing capabilities, and ensuring sustainable operations.

Sipchem board members visited Sipchem site in Jubail Industrial City on 10 February 2020.

The board members were briefed on Sipchem and the production processes used by the company.

The visit also included a site tour inside both East Park and West Park complexes where they met employees from various departments and praised their efforts in the company's achievements over the past year and urged them to achieve excellence at all levels.

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