‘I’m Not a Scammer’: ‘Petrochemical Jobs Are Not Scamming’
Petrochemicals company Sahara Petrochemical Company said in a statement to Vice News that it has a history of making petro-chemical jobs available to the public.
“Petrochemistry is one of the world’s largest chemicals manufacturing businesses and is a highly profitable business.
We have long sought to make our customers’ jobs as rewarding and rewarding as possible,” Sahara said in the statement.
“However, the current environment in the petro chemicals industry is challenging for many companies, especially those with less than $10 million in annual revenues.
While we are hopeful we will see positive changes in the near future, we are working hard to address the challenges we face.”
Sahara has been making petroglyphs for more than a decade, but has been struggling to find skilled workers for its manufacturing plant.
Sahara announced in December that it was moving its manufacturing operations to a new facility in Houston.
The move, which is being financed with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) $5.7 billion grant, will also see Sahara move its plant into an area of less than 1 square mile (3.7 square kilometers).
The company has also announced plans to close its petro chemical operations in the United Kingdom, Germany and France.
Saharas new Houston facility will include more than 50 petrochemist jobs.
Sahars manufacturing plant has been a manufacturing hub for the petrogel industry for decades, employing about 4,000 people.
In 2015, Sahara reported its first profit in more than seven years.
Last year, Saharans revenues hit $13.5 million.
The company is currently in talks with several potential investors.