Jaime C. King

Position:  Procurement Superintendent
Philippine Address: No. 5 Nina Townhouse, Las Palmas, Tabuc-Suba, Jaro, Iloilo City
Employer:  M.S. Suwaidi Industrial Services Co., Ltd., Alkhobar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Civil Engineer Jaime C. King has been with the M.S. Suwaidi Industrial Services Co., Ltd. for more than 20 years now starting as Material Coordinator in 1984 assigned in different projects of Saudi Aramco and Sabic.  1993, he was promoted to Purchasing Engineer and to Project Engineer in 1997.

In 2000, when Al-Suwaidi Industrial Services Company Ltd. was formed, King was promoted as Procurement Superintendent to oversee all the purchases in all the projects throughout the Kingdom.  He was appointed member of a panel or committee in charge of revising the Company Purchasing Procedure which is now applied in all projects of the Company. In his 20 years of service in the Al-Suwaidi Industrial Services Company, King has served with true professionalism and dedication to his duties and responsibilities.

King’s efforts is appreciated not only in his line of work but also developing camaraderie and team-work. The Company top management is appreciative of his leadership, active participation and support to promote employee welfare through its annual programs and activities in the field of sports and entertainment.  In 1991, at the brink of the Gulf war, he organized various sports competitions among employees to develop sportsmanship and fellowship as well as the physical, social and moral wellbeing of the employees. Due to its success and outstanding results, it has become a yearly event which King serves as overall chairman.

King’s outreach is not only limited to his Company but also to the greater Filipino community in the Eastern Region of KSA. He is an active supporter of the programs of the Philippine Embassy there particularly in the implementation of the Embassy contingency plans for the Filipino community in the Eastern Province of KSA and promotion of the rights and welfare of Filipino workers.

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