last updated on: 12 November 2013

Al Tuwairqi Holding Company

Also known as: ATHC, Al Tuwairqi Group

fast facts

Country Saudi Arabia Ownership Type Private

Contact details

Primary address
Al Tuwairqi Tower
King Fahd Road
Al Rakah Area
Saudi Arabia
Related links
Eastern Province

Zawya industry classifications

SECTOR (Definitions) INDUSTRY (Expand All)
  • Industrial Manufacturing
    1. Basic Materials and Industrial Products
      1. Fabricated Metals
        1. Makers (Primary Industry)
      2. Wires and Cables
        1. Distributors
    2. Machinery and Equipment
      1. Electrical Machinery and Equipment
        1. Makers
  • Construction
    1. Construction and Design
      1. Electro-Mechanical Contractors
  • Transport
    1. Transportation Services
      1. Ground Transportation
        1. Truck Transportation
          1. General Truck Transportation - Local


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  • Name availableChief Operating Officer
  • Name availableMarketing and Sales Manager
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Al Tuwairqi Group in largest restructuring

Thursday, Jun 23, 2011Gulf NewsRiyadh Saudi steelmaker Al Tuwairqi Group has signed a 7.5 billion riyal (Dh6.9 billion) debt restructuring of bank loans. Final documentation for the restructuring has been signed by a group of 18 banks, mainly Saudi local banks, according to a press release issued after the signing ceremony.Dr Hilal Al Tuwairqi, chairman of the board of directors of the Riyadh-base

Gulf News - 23-Jun-2011

Tuwairqi inks $1.9b restructuring deal

Saudi steelmaker Al-Tuwairqi Group has signed a $1.9 billion debt restructuring of bank loans, London-based MEED said, citing anonymous bank lenders. Final documentation for the restructuring has been signed by a group of 26 banks including National Commercial Bank, National Bank of Kuwait and Standard Chartered.

The Saudi Gazette - 14-Jun-2011

Duty on steel dumping proposed

A steel industry group will ask Arab nations next month to impose a duty of up to 20 per cent on imports that constitute dumping.

Gulf News - 15-Dec-2010
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