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Al Jouf Cement sees 4% rise in revenue for 1Q20

26 May 2020, Published under Cement News

Saudi Arabia’s Al Jouf Cement has seen a 3.5 per cent YoY increase in revenue to SAR58.8m (US$15.68m) in the first quarter of 2020, compared to SAR56.85m in the year-ago period. Net profit has also surged to SAR15.21m from SAR1.49m in the 1Q19.

Al Jouf Cement returns to profit

24 March 2020, Published under Cement News

Saudi-based Al Jouf Cement has reported a net profit after zakat and tax of SAR5.3m (US$1.41m) in 2019 when compared with a loss of SAR39.5m in 2018. The company saw sales rise to SAR169.8m in 2019 from SAR137.7m in the previous year. In addition, the cost of sales as well as general and marketing expenses was down.

Al Jouf Cement extends export contract to Jordan

26 November 2019, Published under Cement News

Al Jouf Cement has extended its contract with Saudi Industrial Export (SIECO) to export 72,000t of cement to Jordan over the next year. The new extension begins on 27 November 2019 and the financial earnings from the deal will be revealed in financial statemend before the end of 2020.

Al Jouf Cement renews export licence

16 October 2019, Published under Cement News

A company statement for Al Jouf Cement of Saudi Arabia stated that the company has received its renewed cement export licence as well as a new clinker export licence on 15 october 2019. Both licences are active immediately. Al Jouf Cement received its first cement export licence in February 2017.

Al Jouf Cement reports 2Q profit

09 August 2019, Published under Cement News

Saudi cement producer Al Jouf Cement posted sales of SAR46.2m (US$12.3m) in 2Q19, representing a 70 per cent rise when compared with 2Q18 when sales reached SAR27.2m, according to Reuters. Net profit after zakat and tax in the second quarter rose to SAR0.1m, a significantly improved performance when compared with 2Q18 when the company posted a loss of SAR13.7m. The rise in profit has been attributed to and increased sales volume and average selling price.

Al Jouf Cement to convert second line to white cement production

24 April 2019, Published under Cement News

Saudi Arabia’s Al Jouf Cement Co has signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding with Riga Co to convert its second line to the production of white cement. The line, which to date produced grey cement, reportedly entered trial production in 2013 and currently has a clinker capacity of 5000tpd. The company has stated that the agreement will enter into force on the date it is signed for a period of six months.

Saudi producers to benefit from Neom Bay construction start-up

21 January 2019, Published under Cement News

Saudi Arabia will start developing the first major area of Neom, the kingdom's multi-billion dollar mega-city, from 1Q19. The founding board of Neom, chaired by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, approved the concept of the masterplan for ‘Neom Bay’ which will be the first residential area to be developed in the city. The construction work will be completed in 2020. The full implementation phase of the US$500bn Neom project could potentially bring in more than 20Mta of cement demand at its...

Al Jouf Cement to supply Palestinian market

18 October 2018, Published under Cement News

Al Jouf Cement of Saudi Arabia has signed an agreement with Palestine-based Sanad Trading and Marketing to export 50,000t of cement and clinker annually. Al Jouf made the announcement in a bourse staement on Thursday and said the finanical deal will show in mid-4Q18. Sanad is the largest distributor of cement in Palestine and meets 65 per cent of cement demand.

Al Jouf Cement Company to export 72,000tpa to Jordan

28 November 2017, Published under Cement News

Al Jouf Cement Company signed a sales and marketing contract with the Saudi Industrial Export Company (SIEC) on Sunday, according to a statement released on Tadawul. This follows the signing of a memorandum of understanding back in October. The agreement will see 72,000tpa of cement exported to Jordan. The financial impact of this contract will be announced in 1Q18.

Tabuk and Al Jouf net profit dragged down by lower demand

08 August 2017, Published under Cement News

Saudi-based producers Tabuk Cement and Al Jouf Cement have reported a decline in second quarter net profit due in part to lower demand. Tabuk Cement, which operates a 1.2Mta plant in Duba, said net profit fell by 93.84 per cent YoY to  SAR1.3m (US$346,619). Quarter-on-quarter, net profits fell 85.06 per cent. The smallest of Saudi’s established grey cement producers, Tabuk Cement attributed the decrease to lower demand and prices. In the first half of 2017, net profits declined 76.42 per c...