The Royal Commission for Jubail & Yanbu

P.O. Box 5964, 11432 Riyadh
11432 Riyadh
Saudi Arabia

Telephone +966 11 264-9522
Fax +966 11 281-8143
fuhida@rcjy.gov.sa

This company is co-exhibitor of
National Industrial Clusters Development Program Saudi Arabia

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 02  Packaging materials, packaging means, auxiliary packaging means and packaging production
  • 02.01  Packaging materials
  • 02.01.04  Packaging materials / Metal
  • 02.01.04.01  Packaging materials / Aluminium

Packaging materials / Aluminium

About us

Company details

The Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu was established as per a Royal Decree issued by HM King Khalid - May Allah have mercy upon him - in 21 September 1975 (16 Ramadan 1395H). The Royal Decree read “A Royal Commission shall be formed to execute the necessary infrastructure plan for the preparation of Jubail and Yanbu Cities as industrial areas. The Commission shall have an independent legal personality”. An independent budget was dedicated for the Royal Commission.

The Royal Commission has a board of directors that lays down decisions, policies and bylaws that serve the Commission’s goals. The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Fahd bin Abdulaziz Al Saud –May Allah have mercy upon him- was the first chairman for the Royal Commission’s board of directors when he was the Crown Prince. HH Prince Abdullah bin Faisal bin Turki Al Saud succeeded him from 1991 to 2001. Since 2001 and up to date the chairman of the Royal Commission has been HH Saud bin Abdullah bin Thunayyan Al Saud.

Objectives
> Expand industrial base through growth in number of Cities and Industrial Output (tonnage)
> Optimize tenant portfolio by attracting additional number of investments
> Recognized as one of the top industrial cities globally
> Recognized as the employer of choice in the Kingdom
> Gradually develop financial sustainability and increased efficiency

The Royal Commission’s Vision

To be the best option for investors in Petrochemical and energy intensive industries and the main contributor at growth in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The Royal Commission’s Mission

Plan, promote, develop and manage Petrochemicals and Energy intensive industrial cities through successful customer focus and partnerships with investors, employees, communities and other stakeholders.

Values

Customer focus

We continually seek customer input and feedback, anticipate their requirements, and win their satisfaction by exceeding their expectations in every interaction.

High Performance

We are committed to excellence in everything we do and strive to continually improve and increase our capacity to perform by achieving superior results that surpass all expectations.

Fairness

We commit to treating all our employees in a fair manner as they are our biggest asset.

Loyalty

We believe that treating employees with respect, dignity and giving them their rights, will lead to higher performance and greater loyalty to the Royal Commission.

Commitment

We honor our commitments to employees, communities, customers, and stakeholders while adhering to the highest ethical standards.

Accountability

We have clearly understood and agreed upon goals, objectives, measures and roles and responsibilities, and acknowledge that our rewards and consequences are directly tied to our performance. 

Team Work

We have an unwavering commitment to working as effective team members and partners through productive, collaborative, and trusting team relationships across the organization, as well as with our customers.

Transparency

We are transparent with each other in all our dealings. We continuously share knowledge and information, and always work hard to encourage open communication with all our stakeholders.

Social Responsibility

We are committed to supporting the development of our community, the protection of our environment and the wise stewardship of our natural resources.

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Target groups
  • Food
  • Confectionery products
  • Pharmaceuticals