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Aggregate Saudi Arabian Cement sales fall 7% in December

11 January 2022, Published under Cement News

The aggregate sales of 17 Saudi cement producers decreased by seven per cent to 4.8Mt in December 2021, from 5.2Mt in the same month last year, according to recent data issued by Yamama Cement Co. In terms of local sales, 14 companies witnessed a sales drop, led by Northern Region Cement Co with a decline of 58 per cent YoY. It was followed by United Cement Co and Hail Cement Co with YoY decreases of 34 and 27 per cent, respectively. Argaam reports that Yamama Cement, Tabuk Cement...

Tabuk Cement sees 11% decrease in profit

04 November 2021, Published under Cement News

Saudi Arabia’s Tabuk Cement has posted a 10.5 per cent YoY fall in net profit to SAR8.48m (US$2.26m) in the third quarter of 2021, compared with SAR9.47m in the year-ago period. Sales also declined 32.9 per cent YoY to SAR48m from SAR71.49m in the 3Q20.

Tabuk Cement sees rising profit in 1Q

18 May 2020, Published under Cement News

Saudi-based Tabuk Cement posted a rise in net profit after zakat and tax to SAR28.91m (US$7.7m) in the 1Q20, from SAR3.63m a year ago. Sales in the 1Q20 advanced by 42.9 per cent to SAR75.42m from SAR52.77m in the 1Q19 with volumes rising. Finance, and selling and marketing costs fell while the company saw gains from adjusting cash flows for a financial liability, according to Reuters.

Saudi sales rise in June 2019

12 July 2019, Published under Cement News

Cement sales in Saudi Arabia increased 20 per cent YoY to 2.55Mt in June 2019, compared to 2.13Mt in the same month last year, according to data compiled by Yamama Cement Co. Only four cement producers out of 17 in total reported lower sales for the month. Tabuk Cement saw the largest decline (-27.9 per cent to 57,000t), followed by Hail Cement (-21 per cent to 64,000t) and Yamama Cement (-13.4 per cent to 219,000t). However, 12 manufacturers reported an increase in sales. This was led by...

Tabuk Cement appoints new general manager

09 January 2019, Published under Cement News

Saudi cement producer Tabuk Cement has appointed a new general manager as of 6 January 2019. Ali Al-Qahtani will succeed Ali Mohmiha Al Asmari, according to a statement to the Tadawul, the Saudi stock exchange. In January-September 2018, the company reported net losses of SAR66.49m, compared with January-September 2017 when net losses reached SAR2.23m.

Tabuk Cement to export to Yemen

26 November 2018, Published under Cement News

Saudi Arabia’s Tabuk Cement has signed a memorandum of understanding with Yemen to export cement. The company will export 6000t of cement in a three-month deal with the country. Tabuk Cement recently reported that its losses widened 57 per cent YoY in the 3Q17, reaching SAR19.19m (US$5.11m) from SAR12.2m in the year-ago period. In the first nine months of 2018, the company’s net loss grew to SAR66.49m.

Tabuk Cement turns to losses in 2Q18

09 August 2018, Published under Cement News

Saudi Arabia’s Tabuk Cement Co has reported net losses of SAR36.08m (US$9.6m) in the 2Q18, against profits of SAR1.29m in the equivalent period of the previous year. For the first half of 2018, losses reached SAR47.3m, versus profits of SAR9.97m in the 1H17. The 2Q18 result has been attributed to low selling prices on the back of strong competition with an increase in sales volumes unable to off-set this. In addition, an increase in depreciation led to higher sales costs that combined...

Hail Cement and Tabuk Cement increase production

26 July 2018, Published under Cement News

Saudi cement producers are beginning to raise production to contribute to the US$500 Neom megaproject, according to Mubasher. Tabuk Cement and Hail Cement lead the production increases in the 1H18, showing a 20 and 55 per cent YoY rise, respectively. "Hail and Tabuk are beating volume trends as some contracts were awarded in the Neom area earlier this year," Anoop Fernandes, an analyst at SICO, reported to Bloomberg. While demand in the country is currently low on-year, forecasts predict ...

Saudi producers sees sales drop 16% in August 2017

18 September 2017, Published under Cement News

The sales of Saudi cement producers fell 15.5 per cent to 3.72Mt in August 2017 when compared to 4.4Mt reported in August 2016. Total production in August reached 3.79Mt, down YoY from 4.3Mt, according to Yamama Cement Co. Cement inventories rose 11.3 per cent YoY to 1.17Mt from 1.05Mt in the year-ago period. Southern Province Cement Co saw sales slide 36 per cent YoY to 471,000t in August 2017 from 637,000t in August 2016. Yanbu Cement sales slipped 2.1 per cent to 462,000t from 472,000...

Saudi Arabia: new chairman for Tabuk Cement

30 January 2017, Published under Cement News

Saeed bin Saeed Obaid is appointed as the new chairman of Tabuk Cement, Saudi Arabia. He will succeed Khalid Bin Saleh Al-Shathry. Tabuk Cement said at its ordinary general meeting elected on Thursday, 26 January, the new board members for a three-year period.