Arabian Cement Company - Saudi Arabia

Arabian Cement Company is the first cement producer in the Kingdom and Arabian Gulf. The original plant, which was located North of Jeddah city started production in 1959 with 300 tons clinker and 100 tons lime capacity. That was expanded to 2000 tons per day in 1974.
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Address: Arabian Cement Company Building, King Abdulaziz Street PO Box 275 , Jeddah, SAUDI ARABIA

Arabian Cement

Joint stock

5 January 1955

Public

966 2 6949700

966 2 4232033

info@arabiacement.com

www.arabiacement.com

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Officers »
Board of Directors Position
Abdullah Mohammed Ibrahim Al Issa
Chairman
Ibrahim Suleiman Al Rajhi
Board Member
Ibrahim Abdullah Al Subeaei
Board Member
Saud Abdulaziz Suleiman
Board Member
Ghassan Ahmed Suleiman
Board Member
   
Management Position
Muhammad Taher Uthman
Chief Executive Officer
Nabih Fakhri Zaree Al Jihni
Deputy Chief Executive Officer - Finance
Mohammed Dakheelullah Al Matrafi
Deputy Chief Executive Officer - Operations
Shawki Abdulrahman Khayyat
Deputy Chief Executive Officer - Planning and Development
Sami Abdulrahman Al Shebali
Deputy Chief Executive Officer - Development
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Major Shareholders
Name Country
National Commercial Bank - Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia
Mr.Abdulaziz Abdullah Suleiman Al Suleiman
Saudi Arabia
HH SheikhSuleiman Abdulaziz Saleh Al Rajhi
Saudi Arabia
Mr.Abdullah Abdulaziz Saleh Al Rajhi
Saudi Arabia
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