The Industrial Bank: Projects of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine have contributed to supporting industry and the national product.

A delegation from the Industrial Bank of Iraq headed by its General Director, Mr. Bilal Sabah Hussein, conducted a field tour of a number of industrial projects of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine.

This is in order to have a closer look at what these projects produce and their working mechanisms, and the good results they have achieved that have contributed and reflected positively in advancing the national economy and industry, by relying on the capabilities and competencies of the people of this country.

The visit included the Al-Kafeel House for Printing, Publishing and Distribution, the Khayr Al-Joud Company for Modern Agricultural and Industrial Technology, in addition to the Al-Kafeel Healthy Water Company and a number of industrial workshops affiliated with the Engineering Maintenance and Construction Department.

The visiting delegation listened to an explanation about the joints of each industrial facility and its production lines, most prominent products and future development plans, as their products are requested by most local consumers, which shows clearly the confidence in the local product.

At the end of this tour, the bank's director, Mr. Bilal Sabah Hussein, stated to the al-Kafeel Network: “Today we visited a number of industrial establishments of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine. We witnessed their fast development and their products that are distinguished by quality. I was very happy when I saw this, as they are projects that have contributed to the support of the industry and the national economy. And what is also striking is that these projects' products became competitor to products imported from abroad. We also noted that there is a serious and professional ambition to expand the work plan and advance production according to well-studied scientific mechanisms, which is a source of pride for the national industry. We support such an approach, and we will work to open horizons for cooperation and joint work. "
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