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Qatar Railways Development Company Q.S.C.

Also known as: QRDC

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Business SummaryProvides development, planning and management of railway systems in Qatar; develops railway standards, including safety, environment and customer service standards.Country of IncorporationQatarOwnership TypeGovernmentEstablished In2011Primary SectorGovernmental InstitutionsNumber of Employees300

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Qatar Rail Tower
231 Suhaim Bin Hamad Street, C Ring Road
Al Sadd Area 38
Al Rayyan
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