Qatar exchange. Sector: Consumer Defensive. Industry: Packaged Foods. Location Qatar, Doha.

Zad Holding Company Q.P.S.C. [ZHCD.QAQatar

17.55USD0.04 (+0.23%)

• At close Wed Oct 05 2022

1,150,934,155 USD
MARKET CAP
20.310
PE
0.098
BETA (5y)
0.773
EPS

profit

157%

for 5 years

profit

69%

for 3 years

profit

44%

for 2 years

profit

35%

for 1 year

profit

11%

for this year

About Zad Holding Company Q.P.S.C.

Zad Holding Company Q.P.S.C. manufactures and distributes fast-moving-consumer-goods in Qatar and internationally. It operates through Investment and Managed Services; Trading, Manufacturing, Distribution and Services; and Contracting, Real Estate and Others segments. The company manufactures various flour and wheat based products under the QFM brand; and refines and packs various types of edible oils, such as sunflower, corn, canola, palm, and frying oil. It also produces and markets pasta and various bakery products, including sliced breads, croissants, cakes, filled rolls, muffins, and buns; frozen meat products comprising processed beef, mutton, chicken, and vegetable products under the Al Arabia brand. In addition, the company provides property management and after sales services; constructs roads, water supply and sewerage projects, industrial structures, and buildings; leases and rents transport and heavy equipment; provides logistics solutions; and transports construction materials, such as asphalt, sand, and fill materials. Further, it manufactures and supplies ready mix concrete and asphalt; crushing services; trades in bran and barley, food stuff, and cleaning items; and invests in commodities. The company was incorporated in 1969 and is based in Doha, Qatar.

Zad Holding Company Q.P.S.C.
https://www.zad.qa
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