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Tabuk Cement posts SAR24.2m profit in 2019

02 March 2020, Published under Cement News

Saudi-based Tabuk Cement Co has posted a net profit after zakat and tax of SAR24.2m (US$6.45m) in 2019, versus a loss of SAR98.9m in 2018. Sales in 2019 surged 59.8 per cent to SAR238.7m from SAR149.4m in the previous year on the back of increases in sales volumes and higher sales prices.

Tabuk Cement appoints new board members

27 January 2020, Published under Cement News

Saudi Arabia’s Tabuk Cement Co has announced the appointment of Saoud bin Solaiman Al Juhni as its new chairman. Furthermore, the company also nominated new members of the board, including Abdulaziz bin Abdelrahman Al Khamis as deputy chairman. The board is expected to serve for the new term, effective from 26 January 2020 until 25 January 2023.

Tabuk Cement records 48% sales surge in 2Q19

24 July 2019, Published under Cement News

Saudi Arabia’s Tabuk Cement has reported a SAR9m (US$2.4m) net profit for the second quarter of 2019, against a loss of SAR36.1m in the 2Q18. The company’s sales saw a 48.2 per cent YoY surge to SAR61.2m from SAR41.3m. The average selling price across the quarter also improved.

Tabuk Cement posts 3M profit

26 April 2019, Published under Cement News

Saudi cement producer Tabuk Cement Co has returned to profit in the first quarter of 2019, posting a SAR3.63m (US$968,000) net profit. The rise has been attributed to increased revenues and investment returns, according to a company bourse statement. In 2018 the company reported a 316.4 per cent YoY hike in net loss after zakat and taxes to SAR98.84m while revenues fell 10.3 per cent to SAR149.44m.

Saud Suliman Al Juhani new Tabuk Cement board chairman

12 April 2019, Published under Cement News

Saudi Arabia-based Tabuk Cement Co has appointed Saud Suliman Al Juhani as the new chairman of the board, effective 14 April 2019. He replaces Dr Saeed Obaid who stepped down from the post due to other business commitments, said the company in a filing to the Saudi bourse, Tadawul. The company board also appointed Khalid Al Angari as the new vice chairman. The current board term ends on 25 January 2020.

Tabuk Cement wins clinker export order to Yemen

22 March 2019, Published under Cement News

Tabuk Cement of Saudi Arabia has won an order to export 500,000t of clinker to Golden Oil Co in Yemen. The contract will conclude by the end of 2019, according to a bourse statement. The financial impact will be reflected in Tabuk Cement's financial business report in the 2Q19. Tabuk Cement operates an integrated cement plant at Duba port producing 1.2Mta of cement.

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...

Exports help Saudi cement sales rise 7% in December

17 January 2019, Published under Cement News

Cement and clinker sales in Saudi Arabia rose 7.2 per cent YoY to 4.37Mt (including exports) in December 2018 compared to 4.08Mt in the previous year, reports Aljazira Capital.   Clinker inventory increased 18.8 per cent YoY and 0.8 per cent MoM to 42.34Mt last month, but cement dispatches were down 10 per cent YoY.   The plant utilisation rate in the Saudi cement sector fell to 54.1 per cent in December, compared to 62.4 per cent in the same period last year. Hail and Southern Cement record...

Tabuk Cement reports a net loss in 3Q17

06 November 2017, Published under Cement News

According to Reuters, Tabuk Cement has seen a net loss of SAR12.2m (US$3.2m) in 3Q17, compared to a net profit of SAR7.9m (US$2.1m) in 3Q16. The net sales of the company have also decreased from SAR49.7m to SAR25.5m over the same period.

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...