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Saudi's Almarai Unit Acquires An Additional 15% Stake In Modern Food Industries
Almarai Announces Investments Of SAR 6.6 Bln To Further Expand In Poultry Segment
Saudi's Almarai Q1 Profit Rises
Almarai Co SJSC is a Saudi Arabia-based integrated consumer food and beverage group. The Group operates under the following segments: Dairy and Juice, Bakery, Poultry and Other Activities. The Dairy and Juice segment is operated under the Almarai, Beyti and Teeba brand names. The Bakery segment products are manufactured and traded by Western Bakeries Company Limited and Modern Food Industries Company Limited, a joint venture with Chipita, under the brand names L’usine and 7 Days respectively. The Poultry segment products are manufactured and traded by Hail Agricultural Development Company under the Alyoum brand name. The Other Activities segment includes Arable, Horticulture and Infant Nutrition. Infant Nutrition products are manufactured by Almarai Baby Food Company Limited and traded by International Pediatric Nutrition Company under Nuralac and Evolac brands.
North Ring Road, Al Izdihar District
P.O. Box 8524
Naif Bin Sultan bin Mohammed bin Saud Al Kabeer
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Suleiman bin Abdulkader Al Muhaideb
Non-Executive Vice Chairman of the Board, Representing Savola Group
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Human Resource Officer
Executive Vice President - Sales, Distribution and Logistics
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Gulf stock markets were up on Sunday, reflecting gains in world stocks last week after the threat of tariffs by the United States and China on billions of dollars of trade became a reality.
Saudi Arabia's Almarai <2280.SE>, the Gulf's largest dairy company, plans to spend 10.6 billion riyals ($2.8 billion) in capital investment under a five year business plan aimed at boosting its efficiency and expanding its geographic footprint.
Saudi Arabia's Almarai aims to refinance its 1.7 billion riyals ($453.3 million) sukuk by the third quarter and has hired an international adviser to complete the process, its chief financial officer told Reuters.
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