MCI, A Factory, Using Car Cleaning Fabrics in Women's Fashion, had been shut down

06 Apr 2015
​The Results of the Examined Samples Showed they are Unfit and Harmful on the Health and Safety of Consumers
MCI closed a factory in Al-Shifa quarter, south of Riyadh, after the inspectors had monitored the said plant embroidering car and equipment cleaning fabrics and using them for women's fashion like dresses and (jalabiya), where five thousand rolls of fabrics and two thousand women dresses had been confiscated. This is considered as fraud and manipulation as per the Rules and Regulation of Anti-Commercial Fraud. Those responsible were summoned for investigation and taking the legal procedures against them.
This comes in the context of the inspection campaigns carried out by the Ministry on the factories, warehouses and shops in all regions of the Kingdom, to ensure the safety of the factory sites, the quality of the stored materials, the items offered for sale and the availability of the official licenses, and to ensure as well the absence of any violation that may affect the health and safety of the consumer.
MCI emphasizes that it will not tolerate in imposing the legal penalties on violators and those involved in the practice of fraud and counterfeiting, and all that put the health and safety of consumers at risk.
MCI calls on all the consumers to report their complaints and observations to the Notification Center in the Ministry through the toll-free number 1900.

Last Modified 25 Dec 2018