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Red Sea International appoints Khalid Mohammed Fagih MD and CEO

Staff Report/Dubai
Filed on May 29, 2021

Khalid’s appointment comes at an exciting juncture of RSI’s journey towards business restructuring, consolidation, and transformation


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Red Sea International Company (RSI) has announced the appointment of its new managing director and chief executive officer (CEO), Khalid Mohammed Fagih.

With a 26-year track record in business management and corporate leadership transformation, Khalid’s appointment comes at an exciting juncture of RSI’s journey towards business restructuring, consolidation, and transformation.

RSI looks to catapult its operations by developing its products and services, improving performance, reducing costs, adopting digitisation, and closing low-performing assets. Towards this end, the company looks to capitalise Khalid’s extensive experience managing high-profile transactions with government and private sector companies, to foster tactical partnerships that can deliver significant value for the company.

With these efforts, RSI intends to be future-ready and agile to cater to the projects emanating from the ambitious Vision 2030 of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, by providing modular construction, facility management, and real estate, asset management and rental services.

Meanwhile in October, last year, RSI won three contracts in major projects. A $59 million (SR220 million) project was secured with The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC). Two other contracts were secured in the $500 billion (SR1.9 trillion) Neom giga project backed by the Kingdom’s Public Investment Fund (PIF).

For the latter, the first contract is worth $20.8 million (SR78 million) covering engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) works of the Neom Industrial City Base Camp, and the second contract is worth $14.1 million (SR53 million) pertaining to Facilities Management and Operations and Maintenance services.

— business@khaleejtimes.com





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