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Egypt's Qalaa Holdings Posts Q2 Consol Loss
Egypt's Qalaa Holdings Q1 Consol Loss Narrows
Qalaa Holdings Q1 Standalone Loss Widens
Qalaa Holdings SAE, formerly Citadel Capital SAE, is an Egypt-based company engaged in the private equity investment activities. The Company manages an investment portfolio that consist of 19 Opportunity-Specific Funds (OSFs), which controls entities platform distributed across 12 countries in the Middle Eastern and North African markets, and span 14 industrial sector such as energy, cement manufacturing, solid waste management, real estate, mining, agricultural, glass manufacturing, transportation and metallurgy. Its OSFs entities include Asec Holding, Ascom Geology and Mining SAE, Nile Logistics, Rift Valley Railways, Gozour, Wafra, Nopc / Rally Energy Group, Nile Valley Petroleum Ltd, Egyptian Refining Company, Taqua Arabia, GlassWorks and Finance Unlimited, among others. On December 9, 2012, the Company announced that it has sold 100% of its interest in National Petroleum Company Egypt Limited (NPC Egypt), a wholly owned portfolio company, to Sea Dragon Energy Inc.
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Four Seasons Nile Plaza Office Building
1089 Corniche El Nil, Garden City
Ahmed Mohammed Hasanein Heikal
Executive Chairman of the Board and Founder, representing Citadel Capital Partners Ltd
Ahmed Abd El Sattar
Group Chief Information Officer
Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Marketing Communications
Amro Mohammed El Kadi
Head of Investor Relations and Risk Management
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Egypt's Qalaa Holdings, one of the country's largest investment companies, will increase its refinery production capacity to 5.5 million tonnes of oil products per year in 2021 from 4.2 million now, the company's chairman told Reuters.
Egypt's Qalaa Holdings, one of the country's largest investment companies, will operate 100% of its refinery units in January and increase its refinery production capacity to 5.5 million tons per year, the company's chairman told Reuters.
Egyptian investment company Qalaa Holdings expects revenues to exceed 90 billion Egyptian pounds ($5.25 billion) next year, its chairman said on Sunday.
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