Sabri Al-Ghamdi, president of Saudi Arabia’s Global Company for Downstream Industries

Sabri Al-Ghamdi, president of Saudi Arabia’s Global Company for Downstream Industries
Sabri Al-Ghamdi, president of Saudi Arabia’s Global Company for Downstream Industries

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The Global Company for Downstream Industries (GDI) on Tuesday registered a new patent. 

GDI, in cooperation with the German company Evonik, developed a new technology for multi-purpose isopropyl alcohol production, which will drive sustainability in local markets by achieving self-sufficiency and increasing the Kingdom’s exports.

Sabri Al-Ghamdi has been the president of GDI since 2013. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals. 

After graduation, he joined Saudi as a senior engineer in 1994. He worked with the oil giant until March 2006. He then joined SABIC as a global licensing manager from August 2007 to April 2010. 

He was then promoted to the position of director of the Center of Expertise, Global Licensing and Contract Department. After having worked at SABIC for nearly six years he joined GDI as president. 

GDI’s portfolio includes investments in the local production of specialty chemicals, additives, and fine chemicals which enables further specialty applications in the Kingdom and serves the current import-dependent users in the region.

To date, all of GDI’s investments include domestic integration of raw materials, innovative value extraction, and local production of specialty products serving the regional and global industries of petrochemicals, oil and gas, minerals, pharmaceuticals, and agriculture.

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