Gulf Pharmaceutical Industries

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Address: Degdaga-Airport Road PO Box 997 , Ras Al Khaimah, UAE

JULPHAR

November 1984

Joint stock

30 March 1980

Public

971 7 2461461

971 7 2462462

info@julphar.net

www.julphar.com

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Officers »
Board of Directors Position
Faisal Bin Saqr Bin Mohammad Al Qassimi
Chairman
Hassan Ahmed Al Alkeem
Vice Chairman
Ahmad Easa Ahmad Al Naeem
Board Member
Ali Husain Al Zuwawi
Board Member
Mohamed Mohamed Awad
Board Member
   
Management Position
Ayman Ahmed
General Manager
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Major Shareholders
Name Country
Islamic Development Bank
Saudi Arabia
Arab Company for Drug Industries and Medical Appliances
Jordan
RAK Investment Authority
UAE
HH SheikhFaisal Bin Saqr Bin Mohammad Al Qassimi
UAE
HESalem Bin Abdullah Salem Al Hosani
UAE
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