Abdullah Al-Othaim Markets Company is a Saudi Arabia-based joint stock company, currently operating in Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Its main activities are food wholesaling, grocery stores, and malls. As of 2017 the company operated 183 stores: - 143 supermarkets and hypermarkets, 27 convenience stores, and 13 wholesale outlets in Saudi Arabia, and 31 stores in Egypt.
Al Baik is a major fast food restaurant chain in Saudi Arabia that primarily sells broasted chicken and shrimp with a variety of sauces. It is one of the major consumers of chicken in Saudi Arabia. The chain has more than 40 branches in Jeddah where it is headquartered: eight in Mecca, six in Medina, one in Taif, one in Yanbu, one in Al Qunfudhah, one in Al-Lith, one in Al-Kharj, and one in Riyadh. Recently, Albaik started expanding further into the central region of Saudi Arabia with two branches opened in Buraidah, and planning to open in Abha and further branches planned for the city, in addition to other main cities in the region. This marked the first time the chain has expanded outside its main service area in Saudi Arabia's western provinces. Al Baik was also introduced in Saudi Arabia's South Province, in the city of Jizan in 2016.
Al Tazaj is a BBQ chicken Arabic fast casual restaurant chain headquartered in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, but has since expanded to many countries in the Middle East.
Almarai Company is an Arabian dairy manufacturing company. It was established in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in 1977 as a partnership between the Irish agri-foods pioneer Alastair McGuckian, his brother Paddy and Prince Sultan bin Mohammed bin Saud Al Kabeer. Currently, it is the largest vertically integrated dairy company in the Middle East.
flyadeal is a Saudi low-cost airline based at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah. It is owned by Saudi flag carrier Saudia. The airline began operations on 23 September 2017 with flights to domestic destinations.
flynas formerly Nas Air, is a domestic and international low-cost airline based in Saudi Arabia, the country's first budget airline. The company's head office is located Riyadh.
Herfy is a major fast food restaurant chain in Saudi Arabia and one of the largest in the Middle East, surpassing international chains in terms of presence. It has a total of more than 212 restaurants and 4,000 employees throughout Saudi Arabia. It also has many subsidiaries including Herfy Bakery and a soon to be built meat processing plant. It has been an entirely Saudi-owned company since its inception.
Kudu is a large fast food chain in Saudi Arabia. Kudu was established in 1988 and has over 316 branches in all over Saudi Arabia with more than 5,000 employees from different nations. It is also available in Bahrain. The first branch opened in Riyadh on 16 April 1988 on 30th street. Kudu serves burgers and sandwiches, which are popular with Saudis, but its specialty is sandwiches.
Etihad Etisalat Co. is a Saudi Arabian telecommunications services company that offers fixed line, mobile telephony, and Internet services under the brand name Mobily.
The National Agricultural Development Company (NADEC) is one of the largest agricultural and food-processing share stock companies in the Middle East and North Africa. Established in 1981 by royal decree, it is a joint stock public company – 20% owned by the government of Saudi Arabia, with the rest publicly traded on the Saudi Stock Exchange. It is one of the very few and largest vertically integrated dairy businesses in the world.
Panda Retail Company
Panda Retail Company is a Saudi Arabian grocery retailing company. Panda is one of The Savola Group’s subsidiaries. The Savola Group is ranked ninth amongst the top 100 companies in the Saudi Arabian market and ranked second amongst the industrial sector after SABIC. The Savola Group has recently listed its Oils and Fats division in the Saudi Stock market under the name Afia International.
The Petromin Corporation was a state owned Saudi Arabian corporation specializing in lubricant oils including manufactural, industrial, and automotive oils and lubricants. It was established to be the statist oil development of Saudi Arabia because at that time Aramco was 100% american owned. Under the responsibility of Dr. Abdulhadi H. Taher, Petromin became an industrial behemoth with tens of thousands of employees. It was responsible for all oil exploration, refining, and distribution of all petroleum and mineral resources in the kingdom that were not in the domain of then US-controlled oil concessionaire Aramco. After the Kingdom purchased Aramco from the americans, Petromin and most of its industrial developments were infused into it. The current, remaining portion of Petromin was a joint venture between Mobil and Aramco, until it was purchased by the Dabbagh Hinduja alliance for 200 million USD in 2007. In 2013, The Dabbagh group purchased the Hinduja stake based on a total valuation of more than 700 million USD.
SABIC is a Saudi diversified manufacturing company, active in petrochemicals, chemicals, industrial polymers, fertilizers, and metals. It is the largest public company in Saudi Arabia, as listed in Tadawul, with the Saudi government owning 70% of its shares. SABIC is also the largest listed company in the Middle East. Private shareholders are from Saudi Arabia and other countries of the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
Saudi Aramco, officially the Saudi Arabian Oil Company,, is a Saudi Arabian national petroleum and natural gas company based in Dhahran.
Saudi Hollandi Bank
The Saudi Hollandi Bank (SHB) is a bank based in Saudi Arabia. It was the first operating bank in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and was founded in 1926 as a branch of the Netherlands Trading Society.
Saudi Oger Ltd
Saudi Oger Ltd, was a Saudi construction company, incorporated in January 1978 with its headquarters in Riyadh. The initial paid up capital of SR 1 million (US$267,000) was subsequently increased to the present level of SR 750 million. Saudi Oger was a private company, wholly owned by the Rafik Hariri family. After struggling for a long period, Saudi Oger closed down on 31 July 2017.
Saudi Readymix Concrete Company Ltd. is a producer and supplier of ready-mix concrete and related products in Saudi Arabia. The company is based in Khobar, Saudi Arabia, operates 20 commercial and 10 on-site factories, and is involved in many projects all over the Kingdom.
Saudi Telecom Company
Saudi Telecom Company, is a Saudi Arabia-based telecommunications company that offers landline, mobile, internet services and Computer network.
The Savola Group is a Saudi Arabian industrial company. The group’s major holdings supply Saudi Arabia, the Middle East and North Africa &Turkey n countries with edible oils, sugar, fresh dairy products, and restaurants serving fast foods. The group also owns the largest grocery retailing chain in the Middle East, Panda supermarket.
Shawarmer is a Middle Eastern quick service restaurant chain specializing in Shawarma. Shawarmer opened its first branch in Riyadh in 1999 and currently is operating in 13 cities in Saudi with more than 70 Branches. Shawarmer concept revolves around innovating the traditional shawarma, and maintaining international quality standards to their offering, making Shawarmer one of the biggest food industry players in Saudi Arabia.
Made in Saudi Arabia. Certification
All the brands that have the “Made in Saudi Arabia” label went through two-staged system of labelling in REC