Dr. Raed AlZubi

Incoming President- SPE Global, Middle East section President

Dr. Raed has held a number of senior management roles including as CEO, executive president and general manager of medium and large scale industrial manufacturing organizations in the GCC and the Middle East where he played an instrumental role in increasing profitability and driving growth.

Dr. AlZubi currently serves as the Executive President of Petrochemical Conversion Company, a joint venture between Saudi Industrial Investment Group (SIIG) and Arabian Chevron Phillips. Prior to that he was appointed CEO of RadiuSenaat Piping and Fittings, a newly established Abu Dhabi based firm involved in the manufacturing, distribution and sale of plastic piping and fittings. From 2005 to 2008, AlZubi acted as Director of Operations of Adritec Jordan where he restructured operations to improve the company’s manufacturing capabilities, oversaw the introduction of plant wide financial management and resource planning system, and revamped plastic material grade selection for improved product performance, processability and quality in partnership with major resin suppliers such as SABIC and Borouge.

AlZubi started his career in 1992 as Development Engineer for the Advanced Composites Manufacturing Engineering (ACME) and Rapid Product Realization (RPR) Research Centers at Brigham Young University, Prove, U.S. Between 1998 and 2000 he worked for General Electric (GE) OEC Medical Systems in the U.S., after which he moved on to another U.S. based firm Poly Processing Company where he served as Director of Innovation and Technology, and later on as National Innovation Specialist. His other professional experience includes as visiting professor at the University of the Pacific: Stockton, CA, U.S.



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