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Zamil Steel Industries at Petrotech 2003 in Bahrain

Posted: 2 October 2003

Zamil Steel Industries (ZSI), represented by both its Pre-Engineered Buildings and Structural Steel Divisions participated in PetroTech 2003.

The 4th Middle East Refining and Petrochemical Exhibition and Conference was held under the patronage of His Highness Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain, at Bahrain International Exhibition Centre from 29 September – 1 October, 2003.

Numerous attendees at the exhibition and conference included represenatives from oil companies, refineries, and petrochemical plants, among others, and the event provided an ideal venue for ZSI to showcase its solutions for the global construction industry in general, and the petrochemical industry in particular.

“The growing refining activity in the region contributed to another successful PetroTech event, which also provided great opportunities for us to highlight our leading solutions that satisfy the construction demands of the petrochemical industry,” said Hussam Al-Naji, Area Manager, ZSI stationed in Bahrain.

ZSI is one the major providers of steel structures to the oil and petrochemical industries in the region. The company has a combined output capacity of more than 9,000 metric tonnes of fabricated steel per month making it by far the largest in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

“This is a key market sector for ZSI. We have been supplying all types of buildings and structures to this industry for over 25 years,” said Mr Al-Naji. “These structures range from simple box-shaped steel warehouses to highly complex refineries and gas plants.”

About Zamil Steel Industries
Founded in 1977, Zamil Steel Industries (ZSI) is a global leader in the manufacture of pre-engineered steel buildings and the Middle East’s premier supplier of steel structures, transmission and telecommunications towers, open web steel joists and floor deckings.

Products are marketed in more than 70 countries through a network of 50 sales offices, 59 certified builders and 27 agents and distributors. ZSI’s main factories are located in Dammam First and Second Industrial Cities, with additional factories located in Egypt and Vietnam. More than 400 engineers are employed in its engineering departments in Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt, Vietnam and India.

ZSI is one of three sector businesses of Zamil Industrial Investment Company.

About Zamil Industrial Investment Company
Zamil Industrial Investment Company (ZIIC) was founded in 1998, is headquartered in Dammam, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and employs more than 4,800 people in 50 countries.

As an international manufacturing and fabrication group, it provides leading air conditioning, pre-engineered steel buildings, structural steel products, transmission towers, open web joists and decks, and architectural glass processing solutions to meet the requirements of the global construction industry through its three sector businesses: Zamil Air Conditioners (www.zamilac.com), Zamil Steel Industries (www.zamilsteel.com) and Zamil Glass Industries (www.zamilglass.com).

ZIIC exports to more than 70 markets and derives 37% of revenues from outside Saudi Arabia. For the period January – June 2003, net profits after Zakat contributions grew by 25% to SAR 31.3m (US$ 8.3m), while post Zakat earnings per share also grew by 25% to SAR 5.22 ($1.39), up from SAR 4.17 ($1.11) during the same period in 2002.

For the year ended 31 December 2002, profits were SAR 50.8 million (US$ 13.5m) on turnover of SAR 1.4 billion ($ 376m). ZIIC’s shares have been actively traded on the Saudi Equity Market since early 2002.

More information can be found at www.ziic.com.

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Posted by Richard Price, Editor EnergyME.com

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