Arabian Pipeline & Services Co. Ltd. (ANABEEB)

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ANABEEB is on a mission to become the best in the industry, together with our highly-dedicated workforce and global partners, we will deliver added value to our customers without Compromising Quality and Safety!Since partnering with leading Dutch industrial services company Mourik in 1986, ANABEEB has always been at the forefront of the Middle East’s industrial services market: for over 30-years we have been bringing the latest technologies and techniques to support Oil & Gas, Refining, Petrochemical, Static Equipment, Downstream and other process industries based in the region.

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