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last updated on: 29 September 2015

Petrochemical Industries Company (K.S.C.)

Also known as: PIC

fast facts

Country Kuwait Ownership Type Government

Contact details

Primary address
Petrochemical Industries Company (K.S.C.) Building
Fahad Al Salem Street
South Al Sabahiya Industrial Area, Block 19
1084
Kuwait
Safat
13011
Related links
www.equipolymers.com
Region
Al Assimah

Zawya industry classifications

SECTOR (Definitions) INDUSTRY (Expand All)
  • Industrial Manufacturing
    1. Chemicals
      1. Agricultural Chemicals / Fertilizers
        1. Makers (Primary Industry)
  • Oil and Gas
    1. Petrochemicals
      1. Distributors
      2. Manufacturers

Officers

  • Name availableChairman
  • Name availableVice Chairman
  • Name availableDirector
  • Name availableDirector
  • Name availableDirector
  • Name availableDirector
  • Name availableDirector
  • Name availableChief Executive Officer
  • Name availableDeputy Chief Executive Officer, Aromatics
  • Name availableDeputy Chief Executive Officer, Olefins
  • Name availableDeputy Chief Executive Officer, Fertilizers
  • Name availableDeputy Chief Executive Officer, Finance and Administration
  • Name availableOperations Manager
  • Name availableHuman Resources Manager
  • Name availablePresident and Chief Executive Officer, Equipolymers Company

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