|11 December, 2019

Mazoon dairy signs memorandum of understanding with National training fund

Part of Qudarat program to train and build national workforce capability

Mazoon dairy signs memorandum of understanding with National training fund

Muscat, Oman: In line with its vision to train and support Omani nationals to join the workforce, Mazoon Dairy has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the National Training Fund. The agreement is aimed at training and providing employment opportunities for 100 Omanis across various sectors at Mazoon Dairy through the Qudarat program. This training and employment program will strengthen Mazoon’s operational expansion in the Sultanate.

Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Ghafri, Chief Support Officer at Mazoon Dairy and Sharifa bint Tahir Aidid, CEO of National Training Fund, signed the MoU, which will offer excellent training opportunities for Oman’s talented workforce, followed by employment. Mazoon Dairy celebrated the graduation of the first batch of 122 Omani nationals under the Qudarat program in September this year, so this is the second successful edition.

Mazoon Dairy has begun launching its products in the market, including fresh milk and laban in the governorates of Muscat, North and South Al Batinah, Al Buraimi and Al Dakhiliya, and is working to reach the governorates of Dhahira, Al Sharqah, Dhofar and Musandam soon. This will be followed by the launch of juices.

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About Mazoon Dairy Company

Mazoon Dairy Company is a first-of-its-kind, technologically advanced dairy company in Oman. It was established in 2015 as a Closed Joint Stock Company between the Oman Food Investments Company and other government investment and pension funds with a total capital of RO 100 million, to drive self-sufficiency in food production in the Sultanate.

Mazoon Dairy has completed its fully-integrated farm and factory in Al Sunayna in Al Buraimi. Production will commence in 2019 with the goal to produce over 200 million litres of the dairy products by 2026. The company will introduce a variety of dairy products and juices to the Omani market, including fresh milk (plain), fresh milk (flavoured), fresh cream, fresh laban, fruit yoghurts and desserts, fresh cheese and ice cream.

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