Ali and Sons Holding L.L.C.

Also known as: AS, Ali & Sons Last updated on: 24 February 2021

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Business SummaryHolding company with interests in distribution of passenger cars; provides automotive rental services; real estate property management; civil contracting for commercial and residential buildings; offers public relations, advertising, engineering consultancy and information technology consulting services; ownership and operation of clinics and jewellery retail outlets; production of olive oil; manufacture of ships; single tempered, double glazed, laminated and sandblasted glass; autoclaved aerated concrete blocks, aggregates, sand, crushed stone, limestone and gravel; distribution of pumps, valves, construction, electrical and drilling machinery and equipment.Country of IncorporationUAEOwnership TypePrivateEstablished In1979Primary SectorTransportNumber of Employees200

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Primary address
Building: Ali and Sons Holding L.L.C. Building
Street: Electra Street
Area: Tourist Club Area
P.O. Box: 915
Country: UAE
City: Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi


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