List of companies of Saudi Arabia
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Saudi Arabia is a sovereign Arab state in Western Asia constituting the bulk of the Arabian Peninsula. The country's command economy is petroleum-based but slowly diversifying; in 2017 58% of budget revenues and 85% of export earnings came from the oil industry.[1][2] The country plans to reduce oil-based revenues to 42% by 2023.[3] A considerable proportion of Saudi companies are owned by families, including the royal family.
Location of Saudi Arabia
Public companies are listed on the Tadawul. For further information on the types of business entities in this country and their abbreviations, see "Business entities in Saudi Arabia".
Largest firms
See also: List of largest companies of Saudi Arabia
This list shows firms in the Fortune Global 500, which ranks firms by total revenues reported before 31 March 2017.[4] Only the top five firms (if available) are included as a sample.
RankImageName2016 Revenues (USD $M)EmployeesNotes
SABIC$35,42135,000The Saudi Basic Industries Corporation is a diversified chemicals, industrial polymers, fertilizers, and metals company. Majority state-owned and headquartered in Riyadh, subsidiaries include Hadeed (steel), SAFCO (fertilizers), and the Yanbu National Petrochemical Company.
Notable firms
This list includes notable companies with primary headquarters located in the country. The industry and sector follow the Industry Classification Benchmark taxonomy. Organizations which have ceased operations are included and noted as defunct.
Notable companies
 Active  State-owned  Defunct
A. A. Turki GroupConglomerates-Dammam1950Has 23 various divisions, joint ventures and standalone companies
Abdulla Fouad Group of CompaniesConglomerates-Dammam1947Began as a small construction company
Advanced Electronics Company LimitedIndustrialsElectronic EquipmentRiyadh1988Electronics research and manufacturing
Ahmad Hamad Al Gosaibi & BrothersConglomerates-Khobar[5]1940Real estate, food & beverage, hospitality
Al BaikConsumer servicesRestaurants & barsJeddah1974Fast food restaurants
Al Bilad BankFinancialsBanksRiyadh2004Islamic bank
Al Faisaliah GroupConglomerates-Riyadh1970Food & beverage, consumer goods, media, chemicals
Al MadinaConsumer servicesPublishingJeddah1937Newspaper
Al RiyadhConsumer servicesPublishingRiyadh1965Newspaper
Al Shoula GroupConglomerates-Riyadh1970Insurance, real estate, defense
Al TazajConsumer servicesRestaurants & barsJeddah1989Fast-casual restaurants
Al YaumConsumer servicesPublishingDammam1965Newspaper
Al-BiladConsumer servicesPublishingJeddah1932Newspaper
Al Bayan Holding GroupConglomeratesRiyadh1980Consumer Discretionary
Alawwal BankFinancialsBanksRiyadh1926Bank, formerly Saudi Hollandi Bank
Alinma BankFinancialsBanksRiyadh2006Bank
AlmaraiConsumer goodsFood productsRiyadh1977Dairy
Al-MuhaidibConglomerates-Dammam1946Food, retail, industrials, financials, energy
Al-Rajhi BankFinancialsBanksRiyadh1957Islamic bank
Arab National BankFinancialsBanksRiyadh1979Bank
BahriTransportationMarine transportationRiyadh1978Shipping line
Bin QurayaIndustrialsSpecialty retailersDhahran1975Industrial vehicle rentals
Civil and Electrical Projects Contracting CompanyIndustrialsHeavy constructionJeddah1977Construction
Dallah Al-BarakaConglomerates-Jeddah1969Financials, health care, industrials, logistics
Dar Al-Arkan Real Estate Development CompanyFinancialsReal estate holding & developmentRiyadh1994Development
E. A. Juffali and BrothersConglomerates-Jeddah1946Power, telecommunications, industrials
FlynasConsumer servicesAirlinesRiyadh2007Low-cost airline, formerly named Nas Air
Haji Husein Alireza & Co. Ltd.Conglomerates-Jeddah1906Food & beverage, construction, consumer goods
House of AlirezaConglomerates-Khobar[6]1845Construction, real estate, shipping
Integrated Telecom CompanyTelecommunicationsFixed line telecommunicationsRiyadh[7]2005Telecom, ISP, part of Mawarid Holding
Islamic Development BankFinancialsBanksJeddah1975Financing
Jadwa InvestmentFinancialsInvestment servicesRiyadh2006Investment services
Jarir BookstoreConsumer servicesSpecialty retailersRiyadh1979Books
King Fahd Complex for the Printing of the Holy QuranConsumer servicesPublishingMedina1985Publishing
Kingdom Holding CompanyConglomerates-Riyadh1980Financials, tourism, media, oil & gas, technology
KuduConsumer servicesRestaurants & barsRiyadh[8]1988Fast food restaurants
MaadenBasic materialsGeneral miningRiyadh1997State-owned mining
Mawarid HoldingConglomerates-Riyadh1968Financials, telecommunications, media, industrials
MobilyTelecommunicationsMobile telecommunicationsRiyadh[9]2004Mobile and fixed line telecom
NadecConsumer goodsFood productsRiyadh1981Agriculture and food-processing
Nama ChemicalsBasic materialsSpecialty chemicalsJubail1992Chemical products
National Commercial BankFinancialsBanksJeddah1953Bank
OkazConsumer servicesPublishingJeddah1960Newspaper
Olayan GroupConglomerates-Riyadh[10]1947Construction, food & beverage, industrials
Omrania and AssociatesIndustrialsBusiness support servicesRiyadh1973[11]Architecture
Panda Retail CompanyConsumer servicesFood retailers & wholesalersRiyadh1978Grocery, part of Savola Group
Petro RabighOil and gasExploration & productionRabigh2005Refining and marketing
QaymConsumer servicesBroadcasting & entertainmentRiyadh2006Reviews
RezayatConglomerates-Khobar1949Industrials, financials, technology, oil & gas
Riyad BankFinancialsBanksRiyadh1957Bank
SABICBasic materialsSpecialty chemicalsRiyadh1976Chemicals and metals
SACO HardwareConsumer servicesHome improvement retailersRiyadh1985Hardware retailing and wholesaling
Samba Financial GroupFinancialsBanksRiyadh1980Bank
Saudi AramcoOil and gasExploration & productionDhahran1933State oil & gas
DussurFinancialsInvestment servicesRiyadh2014Investment/Industrial development
Saudi Binladin GroupIndustrialsHeavy constructionJeddah1931Construction conglomerate
Saudi International Petrochemical CompanyOil and gasExploration & productionJubail1999Petrochemicals
Saudi OgerIndustrialsHeavy constructionRiyadh1978Construction, defunct 2017
Saudi Railway CompanyRailroadRiyadh2006
Saudi Railways OrganizationRailroad1966
Saudi Readymix Concrete CompanyIndustrialsBuilding materials & fixturesKhobar1978Concrete
Saudi Telecom CompanyTelecommunicationsFixed line telecommunicationsRiyadh1998Telecom, ISP
SaudiaConsumer servicesAirlinesJeddah1945Also known as Saudi Arabian Airlines
Savola GroupConsumer goodsFood productsJeddah1979Food manufacturing, grocery and restaurants
Siemens Saudi ArabiaIndustrialsBusiness support servicesRiyadh1999Industrial support, engineering
The Saudi British BankFinancialsBanksRiyadh1978Bank, associated with HSBC (UK)
Tasali Snack FoodsConsumer goodsFood products
WeqayaFinancialsFull line insuranceRiyadh2009Insurance
XenelConglomerates-Jeddah1973Energy, industrials, financials
Yanbu National Petrochemical CompanyOil and gasExploration & productionYanbu2006Petrochemical complex
Zain Saudi ArabiaTelecommunicationsMobile telecommunicationsRiyadh2008Mobile network
Zamil Steel HoldingIndustrialsBuilding materials & fixturesDammam1977Steel and construction materials

See also
  1. ^ "An expansionary budget with focus on diversification". Saudi Gazette. 2017-12-20. Retrieved 2018-01-07.
  2. ^ Karen Gilchrist (2017-09-07). "Saudi Arabia is reportedly revising its ambitious plans to change its economy". Cnbc.com. Retrieved 2018-01-07.
  3. ^ "oil prices: Saudi to slash oil dependence to less than half of budget - The Economic Times". Economictimes.indiatimes.com. 2017-12-20. Retrieved 2018-01-07.
  4. ^ DeCarlo, Scott (20 July 2017). "The Fortune 2017 Global 500". Fortune.
  5. ^ "A. H. Algosaibi & Bros. Co.: Private Company Information". Bloomberg. Retrieved 2017-12-17.
  6. ^ "Alireza Group: Private Company Information". Bloomberg. Retrieved 2017-12-17.
  7. ^ "Integrated Telecom Company: Private Company Information". Bloomberg. Retrieved 2017-12-17.
  8. ^ "Kudu Co.: Private Company Information". Bloomberg. Retrieved 2017-12-17.
  9. ^ "Mobily on the Forbes Global 2000 List". Forbes.com. Retrieved 2017-12-17.
  10. ^ "The Olayan Group: Private Company Information". Bloomberg. 2017-03-17. Retrieved 2017-12-17.
  11. ^ "Who We Are". Omrania. Retrieved 2017-12-17.
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