Kuwait National Cinema Company KPSC (KCIN.KW)

Also known as:  Cinescape, KNCC

About Kuwait National Cinema Company KPSCLast updated on: 15 March 2019

Business Summary
Ownership and operation of cinema theaters; provides large printing services. Through its main subsidiaries; provides real estate property investment, development and management; production and distribution of movies.
Country of Incorporation
Ownership Type
Established In
1954
Primary Sector
Stock Listing
IDStock TypeCurrencyExchangeSymbol
KCIN.KSEOrdinaryKWDKuwait SEKCIN

Contact details

Primary address
360 Mall
6th Ring Road
4th Floor
Al Zahra Area, South Surra
502
Kuwait
Kuwait City
Safat 13006
CONTACT
Region
Al Assimah
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Ownership

Executives

Mr Ahmad Dakhil Abdulaziz Al Osaimi
Chief Executive Officer
Mr Talal Youssef Khalid Al Marzouq
General Manager, Operations
Mr Wael Abdullah Al Hemlan
General Manager, Development and Maintenance

Board Members

Mr Abdulwahab Marzouq Abdulwahab Al Marzouq
Chairman
Mr Ahmad Abdulaziz Al Sarawi
Vice Chairman
Mr Marzouq Jassim Khalid Al Marzouq
Director
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