A number of deals were signed during president Trump’s visit to Saudi, his first official trip abroad ©ABACA/PA Images
A number of deals were signed during president Trump’s visit to Saudi, his first official trip abroad ©ABACA/PA Images

$15bn deals will boost Saudi supply chains

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
23 May 2017

Deals worth $15bn have been signed between GE and Saudi Arabia that will develop supply chains across a number of sectors.

The deals include projects to improve power generation capabilities, which will provide “a large-scale boost to the global industrial supply chain” and introduce “massive productivity efficiency savings through digital solutions in both the oil and gas and mining sectors”.

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