About The Union

Kuwait Industries Union was established in 1989 as a nonprofit organizational institute for investors in the industrial sector in Kuwait under the decision number 1178, of the Minister of Social Affairs and Labor, for the year 1989.The union includes in its membership approximately 270 industrial firms licensed by the Public Authority for Industry.

Our Goals

The Union aims to serve the industry and its industrialists and take care of their interests by improving their performance, upgrading and supporting the national economy.


To spread awareness, educate, engage more youth in the industrial sector, and to support our members in all ways.


Based on HH’s recommendation; that Kuwait should not rely only on oil as the main source of income.

Our aims

  • First: Work to sponsor and serve the industry, raise its status and develop its capacity.

  • Second: Carrying out technical, economic and statistical studies and research and issuing specialized bulletins to serve its members.

  • Third: Preparing training courses and scientific lectures for its members, workers in the industrial sector, and job-seekers in this sector.

  • Fourth: Work to raise the professional and technical level and take care of the interests of its members and encourage national employment.

  • Fifth: Cooperating with government agencies and agencies in studying recommendations aimed at strengthening the industry and its prosperity.

  • Sixth: Cooperation with Arab and international unions, societies and similar bodies with regard to the objectives of the federation.

  • Seventh: Holding industrial conferences and seminars or those related to industry and participating in similar activities related locally and abroad.

  • Eighth: Representing the industrial sectors before the official authorities, Arab and foreign institutions and companies.

  • Ninth: To propose laws, regulations and decisions that lead to raising the level of the industrial sector and giving preference to the local product.

  • Tenth: Considering the problems and obstacles facing the industrial sector and members of the union, providing support to them, proposing appropriate solutions and coordinating them with the executive authority and government agencies.