Jordan Industrial Estates Company (JIEC) on Wednesday launched an e-payment service for its investors in its various estates countrywide.
According to a JIEC statement, this platform would enable industrial investors to follow up on the financial procedures required to carry out their JIEC-based transactions, using their bank accounts or eFAWATEERcom website to spare effort and facilitate the process.
This e-service would also allow industrial investors to pay water bills, ownership and licenses fees, sales and leasing charges and any allowances required during this process, the statement added.
The JIEC general manager, Omar Juwaid, said this e-service comes in the context of its procedures aimed to facilitate investors' transactions and save their effort, and allows integration of various technologies to follow up their business.
The JIEC, in the context of its procedures to achieve digital transformation in line with government policy in this field, "always seeks to integrate various modern technologies in its procedures to keep pace with diverse global developments," Juwaid noted.
To date, the company operates 10 industrial estates countrywide in Sahab and Muwaqar districts, Irbid, Karak, Aqaba, Mafraq, Salt, Madaba, Tafila and Jerash, and houses approximately 868 industrial companies operating in various industrial fields.