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last updated on: 16 March 2016

Almuftah Group

Also known as: Almuftah
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Business Summary Pay television platform; creates, manages, markets and distributes bouquets of channels to subscribers; distribution, installation and maintenance of automated doors; ownership and operation of auto parts and cosmetics retail outlets; manufacture of reinforced fiberglass products. Through its main subsidiaries, it provides civil contracting for commercial and residential building projects; carpentry works; manufacture of prefabricated buildings, home and school furniture; ownership and operation of school, nursery, fitness club, fast food restaurants and jewellery retail outlets; manufacture of packaging products; distribution of electrical equipment including generators; provides travel agency and English language training services; automotive rental services; distribution of gypsum boards and window films; provides interior design and contracting services; distribution of passenger cars and spare parts; installation of elevators and escalators; distribution of electronics and appliances; provides air cargo services. Country of Incorporation Qatar Ownership Type Private Established In 1963 Primary Sector Media

Contact details

Primary address
Almuftah Centre
Al Sadd Street
875
Qatar
Doha
Region
Doha
CONTACT

Zawya industry classifications

SECTOR (Definitions) INDUSTRY
  • Conglomerates
    1. Multi-line
  • Media
    1. Television
      1. TV Broadcasters
        1. Cable/Satellite Pay (Primary Industry)
  • Construction
    1. Construction and Design
      1. Civil Contractors
        1. General
      2. Specialty Contractors
  • Consumer Goods
    1. Electronics and Appliances
      1. Electronics and Appliances Distributors
    2. Furniture and Accessories
      1. Floor and Window Coverings
      2. Home Furniture and Accessories
        1. Furniture
      3. Office Furniture
  • Education
    1. Childcare, Elementary, and Secondary Schools
      1. Childcare
      2. K-12 Schools
    2. Vocational Trade Education
      1. Training Centers
        1. Language
  • Food and Beverages
    1. Restaurants and Cafes
      1. Fast Food and Quick Service Restaurants
  • Industrial Manufacturing
    1. Basic Materials and Industrial Products
      1. Fabricated Metals
        1. Mill Work
      2. Manufactured Buildings (Prefabricated)
      3. Other Basic Materials and Industrial Products
      4. Packaging and Containers
        1. Makers
      5. Plastic and Rubber Products
        1. Makers
    2. Machinery and Equipment
      1. Electrical Machinery and Equipment
        1. Distributors
      2. Repair and Maintenance Services
  • Leisure and Tourism
    1. Sports and Recreation
      1. Fitness and Dance Facilities
    2. Travel Agencies and Tour Operators
  • Retail
    1. Specialized Retailers
      1. Auto Parts and Accessories Retailers
      2. Jewelry and Watch Retailers
      3. Personal Care Products Retailers
        1. Cosmetics and Beauty Products
  • Services
    1. Business Services
      1. Interior Design
  • Transport
    1. Transportation Products
      1. Automotive
        1. Auto Parts and Accessories
          1. Agents and Distributors
        2. Automotive Rental Services
        3. Passenger Cars
          1. Agents and Dealers
    2. Transportation Services
      1. Air Transportation
        1. Air Freight
          1. Air Cargo
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