Thursday, August 11, 2022

OMAN: Al Buraimi Industrial City attracts veterinary and agro medicine project

This project will be established on an area exceeding 6,000 sqm with an investment value touching RO 2 million. 

Al Buraimi Industrial City, which falls under the umbrella of the Public Establishment for Industrial Estates “Madayn”, has signed an investment contract with Al Farabi Company for Veterinary and Agricultural Medicines to establish a project for the manufacturing of veterinary and agricultural medicines, vitamins, food supplements and feed additives. 

This project will be established on an area exceeding 6,000 sqm with an investment value touching RO 2 million. 

The contract was signed by Said bin Abdullah Al Balushi, Director General of Al Buraimi Industrial City, and Jamal bin Said Al Ojaili, the Company’s Director.  

The project will produce more than 200 types of pharmaceuticals for veterinary use, vitamins and food supplements, and will present an added value for Al Buraimi Industrial City and the Sultanate’s market. 

The products will also be exported to the company’s agents in a number of Arab and African countries, and thus contribute to strengthening and boosting the sources of national income. 

The project will produce more than 200 types of pharmaceuticals for veterinary use, vitamins and food supplements, and will present an added value for Al Buraimi Industrial City and the Sultanate’s market. 

The plant will initially commence operations with six  production lines for medicines in the form  of injections, liquids and sterilisers, powder formulations, capsules, ointments, vitamins and feed additives.

The productions aims to cover the domestic and regional markets through the appointment of agents in a number of Arabian and African countries.

The project will be managed by the Syrian-based Al Farabi company, which has over 25 years of experience in this particular field and has to its credit the preparation of over 350 medicines.

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