Cultural office hosts a briefing session by Isuzu Motors for Saudi students

Saudi students listening to the presentation on the company

The cultural Office held on Saturday, July 2nd, 2011, a briefing session on Isuzu Motors’ new office in Saudi Arabia. About 30 Saudi students attended the session and learned about the company’s subsidiary office.

Isuzu Motors and the Saudi government concluded in February 2011, an agreement to establish an assembly plant and to lease an industrial park. The new subsidiary office will launch in September 2011 and the assembly plant in Dammam is scheduled to start operating at the end of 2012. The company plans to increase its production to 20,000 units a year in the future.

The session was very informative as the company’s visions and project plan were explained. Also the students had a chance to learn what skills and knowledge are desirable. Isuzu Motors positively considers employing Saudi graduates from Japanese universities, who have exposed to Japanese culture and language.


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