Saudi Salwa Company

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Saudi Salwa Co. Ltd. (SSC) is a Saudi owned company headquartered in Jubail Industrial City, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with subsidiary offices in Khobar, Jeddah, Cairo, Egypt, and KOREA, is one of the leading industrial providers in the Gulf region. SSC has been continuously developing new solutions and now a conglomerate managed by highly qualified team of professionals actively involved in Petrochemical Industry, Oil & Gas Industry, Power Industry, Project Management and Construction. With its interest to meet the market demands, SSC strategically expanded its benchmark by establishing international relationships with industrial brands.

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