Fine Completes Maintenance and Improvements at Al Keena Paper Mill
Fine Hygienic Holding (FHH), one of the world’s leading manufacturers of hygienic paper products, recently completed a comprehensive repair and renovation of its factory and machinery at Al Keena paper mill in Jordan. This careful and comprehensive process not only ensures the machines will continue to run smoothly for years to come, but also guarantees that the factory will continue producing the same high quality paper products that consumers have come to expect from Fine.
The factory, which had slowed operations during the renovation process, returned to full capacity with a ribbon cutting ceremony, attended by FHH’s CEO James Michael Lafferty, senior members of the group, and Al Keena staff. The ceremony was proceeded by a tour of the facilities, and a final inspection of the extensive array of machinery at the factory.
“Maintaining the quality and reliability of our machinery is crucial to us here at Fine,” said Lafferty. “Machines, just like us, need some attention and time off once in a while, so we gave our machines the repairs needed to ensure that our employees are working with nothing but the best machinery, maintained in perfect working condition.”
Lafferty concluded by saying “The machinery at Al Keena will last for many years to come, and with it we will continue to produce the best hygienic paper products available anywhere in the MENA region and beyond. I am very proud of Al Keena team for the tremendous work they have done in transforming the mill to a world class one.”
The Chairman of the Board of Directors, Elia Nuqul, founded Nuqul Brothers Company on January 1, 1952 in Jordan as a trade and import company for foodstuff. This modest operation has grown over the years to become a worldwide corporation embracing a number of ventures in the Middle East region, and has been distinguished for its emphasis on ethical business practices and an appreciation for opportunity. Six years later, in 1958, Fine Hygienic Paper Company was established and soon became the region’s flagship brand for hygienic paper products.