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Saudi’s Modon signs several investment agreements

The Saudi Authority for Industrial Cities and Technology Zones (Modon) has signed several investment contracts worth more than $133 million in partnership with the public and private sectors during its participation in the “Cityscape Global” exhibition.

Investment contracts included signing three contracts providing development, management, and supervision services in 13 industrial cities in cooperation with the company “Jasara” with a value of $35 million, contributing to enhancing local content.


Modon signed the first agreement with the Tourism Development Fund to develop tourism projects to enable the concepts of quality of life and the consolidation of sustainable development in industrial cities.
Another investment contract was signed with “Areic” company, in which the agreement aims to develop and operate 108 ready factories with investments of $26.6 million in an area of 100,000 square meters in Modon’s Oasis in Jeddah.
Additionally, Modon signed a similar contract with “Masic” company to build and develop 172 ready factories with an investment of $53 million on 180,000 square meters in Riyadh 3rd on the website and Dammam 3rd on the website industrial cities to facilitate small and medium enterprises and entrepreneurship.
Modon and Shibh AlJazira Contracting Company signed an infrastructure development contract in Makkah’s second industrial city with an area of 1.5 million square meters and investments of $18 million.
Modon and Shibh Al Jazira Contracting Company signed another contract with (WTTCO) Company to implement a water network in Modon’s oasis in Jeddah with an investment of $8 million, which contributes to increasing the efficiency of the industrial environment and enhances opportunities to attract and localize qualitative investments.
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed with “Daman Projects” company to develop and operate customized ready units, enable third-party logistics (3PL) to establish specialized industrial communities and facilitate licensing procedures for post-rental services.