As part of the scientific activities of the Department of Business Administration, and with the participation of students from various academic levels within the department, a field visit was organized to the Zer Foodstuffs Group. This visit is part of a series of company visits arranged by the department to enhance students’ understanding of theoretical concepts through practical, real-world applications.
Zer Company was established in 1991 as a company specializing in the transportation of various materials. Over time, the company expanded its operations to include the production of foodstuffs. Its investments grew to encompass multiple food production lines. As a result, Zer Company has evolved to become one of the largest companies in the Middle East and one of the most significant players in the production industry.
The visit, accompanied by Mr. Xoshnaw Muhammed Qadir, the human resource manager of the company, included tours of the detergent manufacturing and packaging departments, as well as the storage, manufacturing, and canning departments for vegetable oils. Additionally, it covered the canning and storage departments for grain products. During the visit, the HR manager provided a detailed explanation of the canning and manufacturing processes, as well as an overview of the stages that products undergo before reaching customers’ hands.
The visit concluded by giving the students the opportunity to ask questions about the available products, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of using robots in the manufacturing process, in addition to addressing many other questions that arose during the visit.