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Agreement signed to provide business opportunities for SMEs in Oman

12 October 2021

Muscat: An agreement has been signed by the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Development Authority...

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Mazoon celebrates the new school year at Al Buraimi Governorate

22 September 2021

Mazoon Dairy Company celebrated the beginning of the school year 2021-2022 in public and private...

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Mazoon Dairy Honors Outstanding Students of Al-Buraimi Governorate

01 September 2021

Within its Social Responsibility and EJADA Program “Mazoon Dairy” Honors Outstanding Students of Al-Buraimi Governorate....

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Graduation of (122) Omani youth from the program (Qudarat) to join Mazoon Dairy Company

Under the patronage of His Excellency Dr. Hamad bin Saeed Al-Awfi, Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, Mazoon Dairy Company celebrated the graduation of the first batch of Omani youth who were selected to join the company.

Those who completed their training programs in various sectors through the program (Qudarat) adopted by the Human Resources Department to provide training opportunities coupled with employment in various sectors of the company.

Jamal bin Yousef Al Rahbi, Human Resources Manager at Mazoon Dairy Company, said: The program is part of the company’s efforts to attract young Omanis and qualify them to work in one of the most promising sectors in the Sultanate, Qudarat adopts three main training courses: on-the-job training in various sectors of the company under the supervision of direct colleagues, and training through specialized training institutes in the Sultanate or similar companies outside the Sultanate. It is a training program designed under the supervision of the company’s teams to provide trainees with practical and theoretical aspects that prepare them for their future tasks, as well as training through companies involved in the establishment and processing of some units of the company such as farm and factory.

The number of graduates is 122 trainees; most of them are concentrated in the sales department who are ready to contribute to the arrival of the company’s products as soon as the expected production starts throughout the Sultanate. More than 30 trainees are distributed in other sectors such as factory, finance and support services.

It is worth mentioning that the foundation stone of the Mazoon Dairy Project was laid in October 2017. During this period, more than 99% of the facilities were completed, including the farm, which now hosts more than 4,500 head of cattle herd. Such as desalination plants, sewage, biogas plant that produces gas from livestock waste, plant construction and equipment, company fleet readiness, distribution centers, IT infrastructure needed to manage the company’s operations across the Sultanate and beyond, recruitment and training Preparing the factory to start the internet C Commercial.

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Agreement signed to provide business opportunities for SMEs in Oman

12 October 2021

Muscat: An agreement has been signed by the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Development Authority with the Mazoon Dairy Company to provide business opportunities for small and medium enterprises that obtain the Riyada Card. “The Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Development Authority , signs a cooperation agreement with the Mazoon Dairy Company to provide business......

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Mazoon celebrates the new school year at Al Buraimi Governorate

22 September 2021

Mazoon Dairy Company celebrated the beginning of the school year 2021-2022 in public and private schools in Al Buraimi Governorate, and the students’ pleasure of returning to classrooms, by offering dairy products to all schools in the governorate. A number of employees of the company and the General Directorate of Education in the governorate participated in the event....

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Mazoon Dairy Honors Outstanding Students of Al-Buraimi Governorate

01 September 2021

Within its Social Responsibility and EJADA Program “Mazoon Dairy” Honors Outstanding Students of Al-Buraimi Governorate....

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