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KUWAIT CITY, June 19: The Petrochemical Industries Company (PIC) has revealed that it intends to present a huge package of projects and contracts during the current 2021/2022 fiscal year, reports Al-Anba daily. According to the list of projects, the company has about 57 contracts that it intends to offer during the coming months. It will request consultants to carry out several technical, commercial, accounting and tax studies for a number of local and international investment opportunities in June and September.
Most of the projects that PIC intends to offer are focused on the supply and services of the company’s factories in Shuaiba area. It intends to launch a number of projects during the current month of April, which will first include a service contract related to reservations of tickets, hotels, conferences and external courses, and the provision of new office furniture to employees according to job degrees, guards, and inspection and security tours of the company’s factories in Shuaiba area, the head office, and Boubyan Club, as well as the data encryption project. The company also has contracts to develop and automate financial transactions systems, supply chemicals that are added to polypropylene to produce certain types of polypropylene products, and supply chemicals that improve polypropylene product specifications called primary and secondary oxidation inhibitors.
PIC also has a plan to recruit labor for operation and maintenance activities, carry out support work in the company’s factories, and also replacement and repair works of the doors of the export warehouses, as well as execute a project to remove industrial wastes of additives and chemical catalysts in the polypropylene plant. The company has set subscription fees for the right to access information on marketing and technical studies from the consultant, and for transporting the polypropylene product from the company’s warehouse to the polycarbonate factory to the storage area in Shuaiba area, and then transporting it to the Shuaiba Port for loading and shipping.