Al Kout Industrial Projects Co. Shuaiba, Kuwait

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We are a regional leader in the Chlor-Alkali industry established in 1993 and in 2000 became Kuwait's first privatized industrial company. We are listed on the Kuwait Stock Exchange since 2002. We provide essential industrial sector products and services. We serve local, regional, and international markets. We strive to deliver consistent value to our stakeholders and we are continuously optimizing, acquiring, and excelling. We are committed to and dedicated to global health, safety and environmental standards and ethics.

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