Zamil Steel secured $17 million in export contracts in 1Q 2002
Saudi Zamil Steel Industries finalized 70 million Saudi riyals ($18.6 million) worth of export contracts in the first quarter of 2002. The contracts commissioned Zamil’s three manufacturing divisions with supplying various steel structures to 19 markets in Asia, Africa and Europe, reported Jordan Times.
The company’s Pre-Engineered Building (PEB) unit won several building projects in Europe and a major deal with Oman’s A’saffa Poultry Farm. The Structural Steel (SS) division was commissioned to supply steel for the Shuweihat Independent Water and Power Project in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Towers and Galvanising (T&G) unit signed major contracts to supply transmission towers to Nigeria, Ghana, Algeria and Tunisia.
Zamil Steel was established in 1977 in Dammam as a single division company specialized in the design, manufacture and supply of pre-engineered steel buildings. In 1998, the company became a unit of Zamil Industrial Investment Company (ZIIC), a newly formed joint-stock company that also includes Zamil Air Conditioning and Zamil Glass. — (menareport.com)
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