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Al-Fouzan Trading & General Construction Co.

Also known as: Al Fouzan Trading and Contracting Co., FTCO

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Business Summary Provides civil contracting for building and infrastructure projects; installation of water pipelines. Through its main subsidiaries; it provides direct investments in various sectors; manufacture of paints, fertilizers and hygienic paper products including tissue paper. Country of Incorporation Saudi Arabia Ownership Type Private Established In 1974 Primary Sector Construction Number of Employees 200

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Al Fouzan Trading & General Construction Co. Building
Omar Bin Abdulaziz Street
Al Malaz District
Saudi Arabia

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