The World Summit for Industry and Industrialization and General Electric announced the signing of a new partnership between them aimed at promoting the employment of digitization, sustainable production and safety standards in the workplace, to support efforts to develop the industrial sector and accelerate economic growth in the UAE, the United States and at the global level.
General Electric will cooperate with the World Summit on Industry and Manufacturing, in a range of summit activities, including intellectual leadership, reports and specialized studies, with the aim of supporting industrial companies in employing digitalisation in their work and adopting sustainable production processes and safety protocols to improve efficiency, eliminate waste, and reduce costs. , Raise productivity and uptime, and enhance employee satisfaction.
The fourth session of the World Summit on Industry and Manufacturing 2021 will be held at the Dubai Expo Exhibition Center from 22 to 27 November.
The summit provides a unique international platform for leaders of the industrial and technological sectors to discuss the future of the global industrial sector and developments in the technology sector, in addition to exchanging experiences and knowledge and exploring opportunities provided by the industrial and technological sectors.
Badr Salim Sultan Al-Olama, Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the World Summit on Industry and Industrialization, said: “We are pleased to consolidate our partnership with General Electric, the world’s leading industrial company that plays a major role in the development and diversification of the industrial sector. The World Summit on Industry and Industrialization will cooperate with General Electric to employ our expertise, knowledge and network of relations to advance international efforts in support of employing digitization in business and operations, developing the industrial and technological sector, enhancing intellectual leadership, and working to spread these experiences and knowledge for the benefit of the global industry community. ”
The scholars added, “This partnership contributes to reshaping the future of the global industrial sector, especially with the trend of industrial companies around the world towards employing advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence, robotics, the Internet of things and block chains to move to advanced levels of industry.”
For his part, General Electric’s First Vice President, Nabil Habayeb, said: “We are pleased to be partners for the Global Summit on Industry and Industrialization and to support the role it plays in developing the industrial and technological sectors.”
• The fourth session of the “Summit” will be held at the “Dubai Exhibitions Expo” on November 22nd.
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