Arya Sasol Polymer Company (ASPC)’s managing director paid a visit to Pazargad Non Industrial Operation Services Co. (PNIOSC)’s tourist village in Shirinou (Assalouyeh) on the Persian Gulf coastline on Friday to investigate the quality and quantity of services offered to ASPC’s employees and their families.
According to the public relations department of the company, during the visit lasted for 2 hours, Amir Hossein Bahreini re-investigated the village’s facilities and infrastructures.
Speaking to the managers of the village, the managing director appreciated all the services provided to ASPC’s employees and families, stressing the need for the improvement of the services quantitatively and qualitatively.
Referring to the important supportive role of families in increasing motivation and productivity among employees, Bahreini described providing families residing in the district with welfare and tranquility as a “priority” emphasizing the importance of the expansion of tourism and recreational infrastructures in the region.
“In the past, the oil industry used to expand welfare, educational and medical infrastructures prior to or in parallel with the development of the industry. For example, the city of Abadan as the country’s hub of oil industry has always benefited from the best sport, tourism, medical and even educational facilities, which contributed to the attraction of people to reside in the region and develop urban civilization. But unfortunately this issue has not been paid due attention in recent years,” Bahreini added.
He went on to say that despite all the deficits in welfare infrastructures of the region, ASPC bends over backwards to provide families with a joyful and delighted atmosphere. To this end, with the cooperation of PNIOSC’s management, ASPC — as the only petrochemical company of the region — has provided employees and their families with facilities and amenities of the tourism village on weekends.
Elsewhere in his remarks, the managing director of ASPC emphasized the need for “resuming a dynamic marketing and an effective interaction with other regional companies”, calling for an increase in the time of services (from during the Noruz holidays to the entire year) as well as improving welfare services through establishing restaurants, cinema halls, amusement parks and other sport and recreational facilities appropriate for all families.
It should be noted that this week’s recreational programs, which led to an intimate conversation of families with the managing director, held by the public relations and the welfare divisions of the company was attended by over 800 members of families of ASPC’s employees.