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last updated on: 01 March 2016

Qatar Shipping Company S.P.C.

Also known as: Q Ship, QShip, Qatar Shipping
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Business Summary Provides oil and gas shipping services. Country of Incorporation Qatar Ownership Type Private Established In 1992 Primary Sector Transport Number of Employees 39

Contact details

Primary address
Milaha Building
East Ain Khalid Street
1st Floor
Doha Industrial Area
153
Qatar
Doha
Region
Doha
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Zawya industry classifications

SECTOR (Definitions) INDUSTRY
  • Transport
    1. Transportation Services
      1. Water Transportation
        1. Maritime Transportation
          1. Oil Shipping Services (Primary Industry)
          2. Gas Shipping Services
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