Saudi Paper Manufacturing Company

The Saudi Paper Manufacturing Group (SPMC Group) is an integrated paper recycling-manufacturing-converting company in the MENA region. Established in 1989 as a branch of a private enterprise, the Group asset base today is at SR 600 Million.

The core competence of the Group is in: Recycling of paper waste; Production of hygienic tissue soft rolls; Converting jumbo tissue rolls to final consumer products such as napkins, paper towels and toilet paper
More about the company
Address: 2nd Industrial Area PO Box 8663 , Dammam, SAUDI ARABIA

SPM

Joint stock

1989

Public

966 3 8121016

966 3 8121060

www.saudipaper.com

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Officers
Board of Directors Position
Abdullah Bin Musaed Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
Chairman
Raed Abdulrahman Abdulaziz Al Meshaal
Board Member
Abdulaziz Bin Saleh Bin Mansour Al Jarbou
Board Member
Mohammed Bin Abdullah Bin Ibrahim Al Khoraif
Board Member
Moussa Bin Abdulkarim Bin Moussa Al Rubaian
Board Member
   
Management Position
Mohammed Ali Al Harazi
President and Chief Executive Officer
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Major Shareholders
Name Country
Falcom Financial Services
Saudi Arabia
Mr.Raed Abdulrahman Abdulaziz Al Meshaal
Saudi Arabia
HH PrinceAbdullah Bin Musaed Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
Saudi Arabia
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