Saudi exchange. Sector: Consumer Defensive. Industry: Grocery Stores. Location Saudi Arabia, Riyadh.

Abdullah Al-Othaim Markets Company [4001.SRSaudi Arabia

125.4USD0.2 (-0.16%)

• At close Thu Oct 06 2022

3,055,637,028 USD
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About Abdullah Al-Othaim Markets Company

Abdullah Al-Othaim Markets Company, together with its subsidiaries, engages in the wholesale and retail trade of food supplies and other products in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Egypt. The company wholesales and retails food, fish, meat, agricultural products, livestock, and household items. It is also involved in establishing, managing, operating, and maintaining supermarkets, commercial complexes, and bakeries, offering cooked and uncooked catering services, as well as manages training and educational centers. In addition, the company acquires lands to construct buildings for lease or sale. Further, it imports and exports fruits, vegetables, fish, dairy products, ghee, olive, halawa, pasta, and soft drinks; ready-made and sport clothes, jewelry, sewing tools, bags, leather products, decorations, dropped ceilings, and vehicles spare parts. Additionally, it operates real estate properties, shopping malls, entertainment centers, and games cities and areas, as well as offers computer services and maintenance of training and catering. Furthermore, the company establishes agriculture projects; manages bakeries and cafes; and undertakes general contracting services. The company is involved in the construction, maintenance, demolition and restoration and electrical, and electronic works, as well as cultivates vegetables and fodder; and operates commercial complexes. It also offers poultry breeding. Abdullah Al-Othaim Markets Company was founded in 1956 and is headquartered in Riyadh, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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