Saudi Arabia: a nation with a unique strategic location that connects three continents, an epicenter of trade and rich in natural resources. From mining and energy, to industry and logistics, the National Industrial Development and Logistics Program is developing high growth sectors domestically and supporting an open economy that welcomes the injection of foreign capital. The Kingdom’s journey to becoming a leading industrial powerhouse and global logistics hub has just begun.

Launched in 2019, the National Industrial Development and Logistics Program is transforming the Kingdom into a leading global player in the energy, mining, logistics and industry sectors. These high-growth sectors are diversifying Saudi Arabia's economy, creating quality jobs and securing sustainable growth for future generations.

As a reliable and responsible energy provider to the world, the Kingdom is entering a new green era. By investing heavily in renewable energy solutions such as wind and solar, the Program promotes a clean energy and low carbon future, supporting Saudi Arabia's goal of net zero emissions by 2060. 

Amid the global effort towards reducing emissions, Saudi Arabia’s minerals - valued at $1.3 trillion - are in high demand. The Program has made remarkable improvements to industry regulations and legislation, positioning the Kingdom as a leading nation in mining.

Leveraging the Kingdom’s competitive advantage as the crossroad of three continents, the Program is unleashing Saudi Arabia’s potential as a global logistics hub with high efficiency, quality and speed.

As part of the effort to support the growth of the Kingdom's premier industrial infrastructure, the newly launched Strategy for Industry is enabling Saudi Arabia to secure global supply chains and export high-tech products to the world.

Through programs such as Made in Saudi to enhance local content in oil and non-oil sectors, the Program is paving the way for Saudi Arabia's Fourth Industrial Revolution which will harness new technologies for the betterment of society.

H.E. Mr. Bandar Ibrahim Alkhorayef

Chairman of the Program, Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources, & Member of the Council of Economic and Development Affairs

The National Industrial Development and Logistics Program is transforming Saudi Arabia's economy from top to bottom, creating synergy between vital industries for a future that is prosperous, diversified and robust.

Board Members

Minister of Communications and Information Technology

H.E. Eng. Abdullah bin Amer Al-Swaha

Minister of Transport and Logistics Services

H.E. Eng. Saleh bin Nasser Al-Jasser

Minister of Economy and Planning

H.E. Mr. Faisal bin Fadhel Alibrahim

Deputy Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources

H.E. Eng. Khalil Bin Ibrahim Ibnsalamah

Representative of the Ministry of Energy

Eng. Ahmed bin Musa AlZahrani

Representative of the Ministry of Investment

Eng. Saleh Bin Ali Khabti