last updated on: 28 July 2016

Qatar Aluminium Limited (Q.S.C)

Also known as: Qatalum

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Business Summary Aluminum smelting; production of alloys and ingots. Country of Incorporation Qatar Ownership Type Government Established In 2006 Primary Sector Mining and Metals Number of Employees 1300

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Qatar Aluminum Limited Building
Al Wakra Main Street
Mesaieed Industrial City
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