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last updated on: 06 May 2016

National Cement Co. p.s.c.

Also known as: National Cement

last trade: 2.880 AED (27 November 2016) -0.32

fast facts

Country UAE Ownership Type Publicly Listed
ID Stock Type Currency Exchange Symbol
NCC.DFM Ordinary AED Dubai FM NCC

Stock Performance Powered by Thomson Reuters Eikon

 
  • 2.880
  • -0.32
  • -10.00%  
  • 3.200
  • 3.200
  • 3.200 
  • 50,000
  • 1
  • 144,000
  • AED 1,033M

Contact details

Primary address
National Cement Co. p.s.c. Building
Sheikh Zayed Road
Al Quoz Industrial Area 1
4041
UAE
Dubai
Region
Dubai

Zawya industry classifications

SECTOR (Definitions) INDUSTRY (Expand All)
  • Industrial Manufacturing
    1. Basic Materials and Industrial Products
      1. Construction Materials
        1. Cement (Primary Industry)
        2. Aggregates and Concrete

Officers

  • Name availableChairman
  • Name availableVice Chairman
  • Name availableDirector
  • Name availableDirector
  • Name availableDirector
  • Name availableDirector
  • Name availableDirector
  • Name availableManaging Director and General Manager
  • Name availableChief Financial Officer
  • Name availableHead of Purchase
  • Name availableSales Manager

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