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RCU hosts first-ever Supply Chain Forum in Riyadh

The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) hosted leading contractors at its first-ever Supply Chain Forum, held in Riyadh Abdulrahman Altheneyan, Chief of Shared Services, RCU, said.

The inaugural event was an opportunity to become part of RCU’s network of partners in diverse sectors, including construction, urban development, economic regeneration, and more, while helping to establish AlUla as the destination for wide-ranging projects aligned with the goals of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 plan.

Since it was established in 2017 by Royal Decree to regenerate AlUla, RCU’s mandate has evolved to include key municipal responsibilities. “As one of the largest development projects ever undertaken, RCU’s work in AlUla is a key driver in the delivery of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 plan,” Altheneyan said.

This has powered the development of master plans to raise quality of life, improve services, and expand facilities across AlUla’s cityscape while unlocking its economic potential. This first edition of what could become an annual Supply Chain Forum had the attendance of dozens of the top construction and development contractors working within the KSA.

RCU is also diversifying its network of partners while helping to incentivise their participation in tenders for upcoming work programmes set to launch in AlUla through 2024 and beyond.


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