Association of Lebanese Industrialists

Last modified: 
25/01/2023 - 9:38am

The Association of Lebanese Industrialists (ALI), Established in 1942, is the main national association of manufacturing companies operating in Lebanon. It deals with both economic and social issues concerning business and advocates a policy of balanced industrial development for all Lebanese regions. The Association seeks to create and maintain an environment which is favourable to industrial investment, job creation, growth and development.

ALI represents Lebanese Industry and interprets the needs and recommendations of the industrial community in dealing with public institutions, including the Parliament, the Government, the Trade Unions and other organizations in Lebanon and abroad.

ALI participates actively in policy-making consultations on a very broad range of issues, including economic and social policy, labour legislation and industrial relations, social security and health care, taxation, policies for small and medium-sized enterprises, education, and research and technology, and the environment.
The Association plays a major role in economic and social policy matters and is actively committed to fostering the development of Lebanese industries and supporting their response to the new challenges of global competition and international integration.

Acronym: 
ALI
Organisation Type: 
Local Trade Union/Syndicate
Founding Year: 
1942
Country of Origin: 
N/A
Scope: 
National
Country/ies of Operation: 
Lebanon
Intervention Sector(s): 
Business & Economic Policy
Contact person's position: 
Procurement Engineer
Contact person's email: 
Contact person's phone number: 
+961 3 592 605
Address: 
N/A
Website: 
Contact person's name: 
Gilbert Nassar
Partnerships: 
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Calls

Call

Implementation of Waste Water Treatment units and Solar PV systems for industrial enterprises in Bekaa,
Lebanon
Lot no 1: Provision of Solar PV Systems for 16 industries in the Bekaa region
Lot no 2: Provision of Wastewater Treatment plants (WWTP) for 8 industries in the Bekaa region.

Tuesday, 30 May 2023
To event remaining 58 days
Call

IRALEB seeks an external consultant to carry out a mapping of the main academic and industry actors contributing to the ecosystem, their current roles, strengths and weaknesses, opportunities, needs, relationships and interactions with other actors, and their innovation maturity level, as a basis to build the strategy and design project activities for a solid and thriving innovation ecosystem, with a specific focus on health care, agrifood and digital/CCI sectors.

Tuesday, 11 April 2023
To event remaining 9 days

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The crisis in Lebanon has increased levels of informality in business and in employment. Informal enterprises unfairly compete with formal enterprises Workers in the informal economy lack basic protections such has health care, a written contract and access to social protection.
Supporting enterprise formalization as a means of creating level playing field for companies and decent work opportunities for workers in the informal economy is a prominent pillar of policy recommendations driven by Association of Lebanese Industrialists, the ILO and many other international organizations sand CSOs.

Friday, 10 February 2023
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