Arab Organization Industrialization receives a delegation of trainees from African broadcasters


Lieutenant General "Abdel Moneim El-Terras", head of the Arab Organization for Industrialization, emphasized the importance of implementing the directives of President "Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi" to enhance cooperation and integration with the African brothers, indicating that Arab Industrialization puts all its experiences and human and technological capabilities for cooperation and partnership with our brothers in the African continent and the exchange of experiences and training in many Various industry areas.

The "Terrace" expressed its pride in the African delegation's visit, considering it an opportunity to enhance the true image of the Egyptian industry potential and support relations between Egypt and its African brothers.

This came on the sidelines of the visit of a delegation of Arabic-speaking African broadcasters, within the framework of the advanced training course No. 10, which is organized by the Ministry of State for Information in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

This visit is a confirmation of the continuous communication between the Arab Organization for Industrialization and the Ministry of State for Information, as such visits take place on an annual basis, with the aim of informing students and trainees from all brotherly African countries about the organization’s activities and its efforts to deepen local manufacturing and localize modern technology, as well as Supporting and fostering the implementation of industrially applicable innovations.

Eng. Abdel Rahman Abdel Azim Othman, Director General of the Arab Organization for Industrialization, was keen to open an open dialogue with the delegation of trainees, which included many different brotherly African countries. He pointed out that Arab Industrialization is one of the castles of industry thanks to the efforts of its sons throughout the generations, referring to me The date of the establishment of the authority and its national role as one of the results of the victories of the October War, and its role in meeting the needs of the Arab and African brothers from the defense and civil industries.

Othman pointed to the authority’s interest in training human cadres according to digital transformation mechanisms, deepening local manufacturing, transferring and localizing modern technology in partnership with major international companies in many fields of industry, including defense industries, armored vehicles, renewable energy, communications, electronics, tablets, digital transformation, medical industries and drinking water purification plants. And sanitation, smart electric transport projects, railways, converting cars to work with clean energy, LED bulbs, water and energy rationing, office furniture and other comprehensive development areas.

During the inspection of the Arab Industrialization Products Exhibition, the delegation of African broadcasters expressed their admiration for the organization’s various products and its manufacturing capabilities to develop technology with scientific methods to achieve the highest rates of local manufacturing, transfer and localization of technology in cooperation with international expertise, praising President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s efforts to build bridges of communication and cooperation with African brothers and to strengthen Trade exchange and the return of the Egyptian-African relations to their golden era.

The African delegation also went for a field visit to inspect a number of Arab industrialization units, including the electronics factory, the Arab Renewable Energy Company and the Authority’s Academy for Training according to the mechanisms of digital transformation and artificial intelligence. By Arab Industrialization to support the state's plan for digitization and modernization of production lines in accordance with the standards of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.


In a related context, Eng. Ahmed Makki, Chairman and CEO of Bunia Company, while attending the visit of the delegation of Arabic-speaking African broadcasters, said that this stage is witnessing an increasing government interest in strengthening all efforts to achieve digital transformation, explaining that through the subsidiaries of the company BANNA, which operates across various sectors of communication and information technology, provides a wide range of digital solutions and services in various sectors, and aims to enhance the country's plan for digital transformation using the latest technologies and smart applications, as well as pumping investments to implement an advanced technological infrastructure in Egypt, as well as expanding In digital services in Africa and the Middle East.