The Tripoli based British Libyan Business Association (BLBA) informed Libya Herald that it held a meeting in Misrata yesterday with the Libyan Iron and Steel Company (LISCO) to expand collaboration with the British steel industry.
The BLBA says the partnership aims to engage British commercial organisations to achieve three key objectives.
The first objective is to engage with British companies specialising in automation, production capacity maximisation, implementation of new technology, design, cost efficiency, and reductions.
The second objective is to provide capacity building and management training courses related to administration to enhance awareness in all management, administrative, and production areas.
The third objective is to provide intensive English language training for the technical and management teams within the company.
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Jon Hancock, Chairman of the BLBA, expressed his excitement at this collaboration between LISCO and the BLBA. “This is a pivotal moment for UK commercial engagement with Libya and exciting news for the British steel industry and associated companies, which has historically played a significant role in the development of the industry in