last updated on: 29 November 2016

Al Wallan Trading Company

Also known as: Al Wallan Group

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Business Summary Distribution of passenger cars, commercial vehicles and automotive spare parts; provides automotive repair and maintenance services. Through its main subsidiaries; provides local truck transportation services; automotive rental services and management of travel agencies. Country of Incorporation Saudi Arabia Ownership Type Private Established In 1975 Primary Sector Transport Number of Employees 1200

Contact details

Primary address
Al Wallan Trading Company Building
Quraish Road
Saudi Arabia

Zawya industry classifications

  • Transport
    1. Transportation Products
      1. Automotive
        1. Passenger Cars
          1. Agents and Dealers (Primary Industry)
        2. Auto Parts and Accessories
          1. Agents and Distributors
        3. Automotive Rental Services
        4. Repair and Maintenance Services
    2. Transportation Services
      1. Ground Transportation
        1. Truck Transportation
          1. General Truck Transportation - Local
  • Leisure and Tourism
    1. Management Companies - Leisure
      1. Travel Agencies and Tour Operators Management

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