last updated on: 17 May 2016

United Matbouli Group

Also known as: UMG

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Business Summary Distribution and maintenance of consumer electronics and home appliances products including air conditioners, dishwashers, ovens, refrigerators, gas cookers, vacuum cleaners, washing machines, televisions and television accessories, speakers, home theater, sound bars, mobiles and tablets; ownership and operation of home appliance and consumer electronics retail outlets; distribution of electrical equipment. Country of Incorporation Saudi Arabia Ownership Type Private Established In 1982 Primary Sector Consumer Goods

Contact details

Primary address
Samsung Building
Al Maadi Street
1st Floor
Ruwais District
Saudi Arabia
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Zawya industry classifications

  • Consumer Goods
    1. Electronics and Appliances
      1. Electronics and Appliances Distributors (Primary Industry)
  • Industrial Manufacturing
    1. Machinery and Equipment
      1. Electrical Machinery and Equipment
        1. Distributors
      2. Repair and Maintenance Services
  • Retail
    1. Specialized Retailers
      1. Electronics and Appliances Retailers
        1. Consumer Electronics
        2. Home Appliance

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