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Arabian Cement Company Ltd was founded in 1955,which became a publicly listed company in 2014. It is essentially a cement manufacturing company with its cement factory in Rabigh, halfway between Jeddah and Yanbu Industrial City. The company operates within the materials sector focusing on construction materials. It has 5 subsidiaries operating across Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. The group works in cement and 'ready-mix' businesses inside and outside the country. The company also holds a framework agreement with Italcementi for mutual investment in the Middle East.The company offers ordinary Portland Cement, Sulphate Resistant Portland Cement, and Portland Cement Buzolana. It also provides building materials, and related accessories and derivatives. The company is also involved in the production of concrete and paper bags through its subsidiaries. The company continues to grow, offering clients the best quality of products and services with dedication, hard work and expertise. It is also ranked amongst one of the biggest 100 Saudi Companies. The original plant of the company was located North of Jeddah city, and it started production in 1959 with 300 Tons clinker and 100 tons lime capacity. However, the capacity of the plant was expanded in 1968 to 1000 tons of clinker per day, and later to 2000 tons per day in 1974. Due to the expansion of Jeddah city towards the North and the construction of King Abdul Aziz International Airport, a new plant was constructed in the Rabigh area. This area was chosen due to the availability of limestone in itsproximity and also its easy accessibility to major markets such as Jeddah, Makkah and Madinah.
Eng. Adel M. Al Zaid
Eng. Al Waleed A. Al Dreian
Fahad A. Al Eisa
Ibrahim M. Abalkhail
Moataz Q. Al Azawi
Sami M. Baroom
Turki A. A. Al Rajhi
Ernst & Young
Commercial start-up of new cement mills at Arabian Cement Co.’s Rabigh plant has been delayed to 3Q18. ...Read More ...
Arabian Cement Co expects the commercial operation of the grinding unit at its Rabigh plant, Saudi ...Read More ...
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