In the context of the keenness to support and strengthen business relations with Al-Najah partners, businessman Sheikh Sulaiman Saleh Al-Othaim, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Saudi Gold Refinery Company, accompanied by a delegation from the company, made a working visit to a number of Al-Najah partners to discuss ways to support and enhance cooperation between the company and partners in the mining sector.

The Gold Refinery Company delegation included Mr. Sultan Al-Dawish, advisor in the social development sector, the company’s media advisor, Mr. Sulaiman Al-Salem, Dr. Moataz Al-Khudairi, the lawyer of the Saudi Gold Refinery Company, and the representative of Mishaal Al-Khudairi Law Firm, Mr. Amash Al-Harbi, the company’s managing director.

Businessman Sheikh Sulaiman Al-Othaim explained that the working visits made by the company delegation aimed to develop and develop relations with success partners in light of the remarkable development witnessed by the mining sector in the Kingdom to achieve the goals of Vision 2030.

He added that he is keen to open horizons of cooperation with partners in the mining sector because of its great impact in supporting the sector and facilitating bringing mining investment and exploiting the natural resources of the land in alliance with international companies and introducing what the mining industry has reached in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in line with the ambitious national vision that In this field, it aims to invest in natural resources and their treasures.

It is known that the businessman and jewelry expert Suleiman bin Saleh Al-Othaim, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Saudi Gold Refinery Company, is active in the mining sector and strategic partnerships and investing in them locally and internationally and for his great experience in the mining sector in the Kingdom through his qualitative and distinguished contributions in bringing international companies with joint alliances together to raise knowledge. Local efforts in the field of mining and elevating it to the ranks of developed countries, including all metallic and non-metallic minerals, industrial and rare equipment, and others, to achieve supply chains and serve local and global content, as its presence in global events has an effective impact on this giant sector, which is mining.