Ras Al Khaimah Cement Company

Ras Al Khaimah Cement Company was established in 1995 to take advantage of the raw materials available in the emirate of Ras Al Khaimah.

Ras Al Khaimah Cement Company plant is connected to a terminal inside the adjacent Saqr Port, it has the capacity to load ships up to 40,000 dwt.
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Address: Khor Khuwair Area PO Box 2499 , Ras Al Khaimah, UAE

RAKCC, RAK Cement

1 April 2000

Joint stock

27 May 1995

Public

971 7 2660111

971 7 2660006

rakcc@rakcc.ae

www.rakcc.ae

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Officers
Board of Directors Position
Abdulrahman Sultan Al Sharhan
Chairman
Abdullah Ali Mussabah
Board Member
Mohamed Saqer Al Assam
Board Member
Mohamed Abdullah Al Mehrzi
Board Member
Mohamed Bin Kayed Al Qassimi
Board Member
   
Management Position
Mike Richardson
Chief Executive Officer
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Major Shareholders
Name Country
Hydra Properties
UAE
Saudi Investment Bank
Saudi Arabia
Tamouh Investments
UAE
Banque Saudi Fransi
Saudi Arabia
Oman Insurance Company
UAE
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UAE
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