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International Bunkering Company Ltd.

Also known as: IBCO

fast facts

Country Saudi Arabia Ownership Type Private

Contact details

Primary address
International Bunkering Company Ltd. Building
Sea Port Road
Al Hindawiya Area
Saudi Arabia

Zawya industry classifications

SECTOR (Definitions) INDUSTRY (Expand All)
  • Oil and Gas
    1. Oil
      1. Marketing and Distribution
        1. Petroleum and Petroleum Products Wholesalers (Primary Industry)


  • Name availableManaging Director
  • Name availableGeneral Manager, Operations and Marketing Manager

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