ELEMENT LIST CURRENT QUARTER SIMILAR QUARTER FOR PREVIOUS YEAR % CHANGE PREVIOUS QUARTER % CHANGE
Sales/Revenue 754,159 1,046,565 (27.9%) 922,494 (18.2%)
Gross Profit (Loss) 79,440 102,100 (22.2%) 121,207 (34.4%)
Profit (Loss) Operational (39,017) (49,887) (21.8%) (9,416) 314.4%
Net Profit (Loss) after Zakat and Tax (58,307) (49,553) (17.7%) (28,825) 102.3%
Total Comprehensive Income (59,430) (47,761) (24.4%) (33,250) 78.7%

All figures are in thousands of Saudi Riyals


ELEMENT LIST CURRENT PERIOD SIMILAR PERIOD FOR PREVIOUS YEAR % CHANGE
Sales/Revenue 1,676,653 2,067,542 (18.9%)
Gross Profit (Loss) 200,647 229,855 (12.7%)
Profit (Loss) Operational (48,433) (55,889) (13.3%)
Net Profit (Loss) after Zakat and Tax (87,132) (96,705) (9.9%)
Total Comprehensive Income (92,680) (94,776) (2.2%)
Total Shareholders' Equity (after deducting minority equity) 1,186,087 1,321,170 (10.2%)
Profit (Loss) per Share (1.45) (1.61)

All figures are in thousands of Saudi Riyals


ELEMENT EXPLANATION
Reasons for increase (decrease) in net profit during current quarter compared with same quarter last year Net loss increased due to:
1) Reduction in sales across all sectors.
2) Lower gross profit margin in the Steel and Insulation sectors.
3) Lower operating margin in the Steel and Insulation sectors.
Reasons for increase (decrease) in net profit during current quarter compared with previous quarter Net loss increased due to:
1) Sales reduction in the Steel and Insulation sectors.
2) Lower gross profit margin across all sectors.
3) Lower operating margin in the Steel and Insulation sectors.
4) Reduction in profits from associated companies and other income.
5) Increase in zakat and income tax.
Reasons for increase (decrease) in net profit during current period compared with same period last year Net loss decreased due to:
1) Better gross profit and operating margin in the AC Sector.
2) Lower operating expenses.
3) Increase in profit from associated companies.
4) Decrease in financial charges.
External auditors' opinion The external auditors reviewed the financial statements and issued an unmodified report.
Reclassifications in quarterly financial results Comparative figures have been reclassified to conform with the presentation in the current period.
Additional information  
Zamil Central Air Conditioners has been recognized by the Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) certification program for achieving a 100 percent success rate in the performance testing of a variety of industry-leading, innovative HVAC solutions for three consecutive years.

From 2017 to 2019 various Zamil Central Air Conditioners air-conditioning systems, in various product categories, were tested against their published data. On each occasion, and on the first attempt, they passed the performance evaluation conducted by the AHRI. The equipment tested included: Air-Cooled Water-Chilling Packages using the Vapor Compression Cycle; Forced Circulation Air-Cooling and Air-Heating Coils; Central Station Air-Handling Unit Supply Fans; and Room Fan-Coil Air-Conditioners.

AHRI certification programs increase the integrity and accuracy of the HVACR and water heating industry’s performance ratings, earning the confidence of consumers, regulators, designers, building owners and contractors. They create a level playing field for competing manufacturers and enhance the reputation of the industry. The recognition of, and demand for, AHRI performance certified products has increased significantly.

At the same time, AHRI has continued its efforts to uphold its standard of excellence with the continuous review and implementation of program changes that assure the quality of every test. Only those manufacturers whose products have passed the primary performance evaluation for three consecutive years receive the Performance Awards recognition.

AHRI certification demonstrates Zamil Central Air Conditioners’ commitment to industry leadership and to providing properly rated products to the marketplace.
Zamil Construction India Pvt. Ltd., a subsidiary of Zamil Industrial, has received Integrated Management System (IMS) certification for its facilities in Pune, Maharashtra, India. This certification unifies the three key standards – ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System; ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System; and OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health & Safety Management System – into one coherent system. 

Additionally, Zamil Steel Buildings India Pvt. Ltd. has successfully completed the second IMS surveillance audits conducted by third-party auditors from Bureau Veritas India (BVIS), with a further continuation of certification. 

BVIS performed the rigorous assessment and evaluation of the companies’ management systems and confirmed their satisfaction with both companies’ Quality, Occupational Health & Safety, and Environment standards. It took an outstanding and combined team effort to attain this certification within a short duration. The focus of the audit was to ensure continued compliance with the latest ISO standards and to take any corrective steps, as needed.

IMS Certification refers to a company-wide quality system that improves process and service quality throughout the business, leading to increased efficiency through waste reduction, more efficient utilization of resources, and the streamlining of the current practices used by the company.

The achievement of this class of certification reaffirms the continuing commitment of Zamil Industrial businesses to full compliance with global standards and to the delivery of the highest quality products and the most cost-effective solutions to its valuable clients.

Zamil Steel has successfully completed the contract for the design, fabrication, and supply of approximately 1,000 metric tons of pre-engineered steel buildings for the Al Jomaih Beverages Company’s mega distribution center and warehouse (PEPSI ABC warehouse), located in Al-Ahsa in the eastern region of Saudi Arabia.

Al Jomaih Beverages Company is a major player in the beverage industry in the region. Dedicated to manufacturing excellence since its inception, Al Jomaih Bottling Plants grew fast from one glass bottling facility operating with a capacity of 1,920 bottles per hour to three state-of-the-art manufacturing lines producing over 100 SKUs in the Kingdom. Operating in conformity with PepsiCo quality and service standards, the company focuses on innovative technology and world-class customer service to maintain its leading position in the manufacturing industry.

Since its inception in 1977, Zamil Steel has designed, manufactured, and supplied over 75,000 pre-engineered steel buildings to our valued customers spread over 90 countries around the world. The company is recognized as the global leader in the provision of steel building and steel structure solutions on five continents.
ELEMENT LIST CURRENT QUARTER SIMILAR QUARTER FOR PREVIOUS YEAR % CHANGE PREVIOUS QUARTER % CHANGE
Sales/Revenue 922,494 1,020,977 -9.6% 1,114,243 -17.2%
Gross Profit (Loss) 121,207
127,756 -5.1% 232,289 -47.8%
Profit (Loss) Operational (9,416) (6,002) 56.9% 31,380
Net Profit (Loss) after Zakat and Tax (28,825) (47,152) -38.9% (13,970) 106.3%
Total Comprehensive Income (33,250) (47,015) -29.3% (12,352) 169.2%

All figures are in thousands of Saudi Riyals


ELEMENT LIST CURRENT PERIOD SIMILAR PERIOD FOR PREVIOUS YEAR % CHANGE
Total Shareholders' Equity (after deducting minority equity) 1,245,517 1,368,931 -9.0%
Profit (Loss) per Share (0.48) (0.79) -38.9%

All figures are in thousands of Saudi Riyals


ELEMENT EXPLANATION
Reasons for increase (decrease) in net profit during current quarter compared with same quarter last year The Net Loss reduction is due to:
1) Better Gross Profit Margin in the AC Sector
2) Better Operating Margin in the Steel Sector
3) Increase in profit from associated companies and other income
4) Decrease in Financial Charges
5) Decrease in Zakat and Income Tax.
Reasons for increase (decrease) in net profit during current quarter compared with previous quarter The Net Loss increased due to:
1) Reduction in sales across all sectors
2) Lower Gross Profit Margin across all sectors
3) Lower Operating Margin in the AC and Steel Sectors
4) Lower Other Income.
Type of the external auditors' opinion The external auditors reviewed the financial statements and issued an unmodified report.
Reclassifications in quarterly financial results Comparative figures have been reclassified to conform with the presentation in the current period.
Additional information
ELEMENT LIST EXPLANATION
Introduction Zamil Industrial Investment Company is pleased to announce the results of the Extraordinary General Assembly meeting, which convened on Thursday, 7 May 2020 at 22:00 after securing the required quorum.
City and Location of the General Assembly’s Meeting The EGM was held remotely via modern technological means.
Date of the General Assembly’s Meeting 7 May 2020 Corresponding to 14 Ramadan 1441H
Time of the General Assembly’s Meeting 22:00
Percentage of Attending Shareholders 61.13%
Names of the Board of Directors' Members Present at the General Assembly's Meeting and Names of the Absentees The following Board Members attended the meeting:
1- Mr. Khalid Abdullah Hamad Al Zamil (Chairman of the Board)
2- Mr. Abdallah Saleh Juma’h Al Dosari (Vice Chairman of the Board)
3- Mr. Ahmed Abdullah Hamad Al Zamil
4- Mr. Adib Abdullah Hamad Al Zamil
5- Mr. Mohammed Ahmed Mahmoud Al Ghaith
6- Mr. Mohammad Sulaiman Mohammad Al Harbi
7- Mr. Khalid Mohammed Saleh Al Fuhaid
8- Mr. Abdulla Mohammed Abdulla Al Zamil
Names of the Chairmen of the Committees Present at the General Assembly's Meeting or Members of such Committees Attending on Their Behalf The following Committee Chairmen attended the meeting:
1- Mr. Abdallah Saleh Juma’h Al Dosari (Remuneration and Nomination Committee Chairman)
2- Mr. Mohammad Sulaiman Mohammad Al Harbi (Audit Committee Chairman)
Voting Results on the Items of the General Assembly's Meeting Agenda's

1) Approve the Board of Directors report for the fiscal year ending 31/12/2019;

2) Approve the external auditors’ report for the fiscal year ending 31/12/2019;

3) Approve the consolidated financial statements for the fiscal year ending 31/12/2019;

4) Approve discharging the Board of Directors from any liabilities for the fiscal year ending 31/12/2019;

5) Approve the distribution of SAR 1,600,000 as Board Remuneration for the year ending 31/12/2019 at SAR 200,000 per Board Director;

6) Approve the the appointment of Ernst & Young as the external auditors, as per the recommendation of the Audit Committee, to review and audit the company’s quarterly and annual accounts for the second quarter, third quarter, and annual statements for the year 2020 and the first quarter of 2021 and agree to their service fee;

7) Approve the Intention to Purchase its shares (Share Buyback) with a maximum of 3 million shares and not exceeding 5 percent of total outstanding shares, and with a total value not exceeding 50 million Saudi Riyals; to retain them as Treasury Shares for purposes of stabilizing the fluctuating share price since the Board considers that the share price on the exchange is lower than its fair value; the purchase of these shares will be funded through the company’s internal resources from available cash; to authorize the Board or whoever the Board delegates to execute the purchase either in one phase or in several phases within 12 months of the extraordinary general assembly’s approval date; the company may retain the Treasury Shares for a maximum period of 5 years without selling them or allocating them for employee stock options;

8) Approve the related party transactions between the company and Zamil Architectural Holding Company, in which Mr. Adib Al Zamil (representative of Zamil Group Holding Company) has an indirect interest. Total purchase value in 2019 was SAR 3,008,419 and was agreed upon with the prevailing commercial terms;

9) Approve the related party transactions between the company and Zamil Chem-Plast Industries, in which Mr. Adib Al Zamil (representative of Zamil Group Holding Company) has an indirect interest. Total purchase value in 2019 was SAR 3,530,053 and was agreed upon with the prevailing commercial terms;

10) Approve the related party transactions between the company and Zamil Trade & Services Holding Company, in which Mr. Adib Al Zamil (representative of Zamil Group Holding Company) has an indirect interest. Total purchase value in 2019 was SAR 14,825,479 and was agreed upon with the prevailing commercial terms;

11) Approve the related party transactions between the company and Zamil Real Estate Holding Company, in which Mr. Adib Al Zamil (representative of Zamil Group Holding Company) has an indirect interest. Total purchase value in 2019 was SAR 3,033,165 and was agreed upon with the prevailing commercial terms.

The COVID-19 pandemic has gripped the world, with the focus now having turned to preventing its spread. People around the world have been urged to avoid crowded areas and to stay home, to minimize the effect of the virus.

The circulated air inside homes and other indoor areas can contribute to the spread of microbes, such as bacteria and viruses. This highlights the role that heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems can play in preventing the transmission of COVID-19 and other airborne diseases.

The government is making a considerable effort to protect people and to control the spread of this virus. Zamil Air Conditioners is making its own contribution through its dependable Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) solutions for hygienic applications.

In hospitals and medical facilities, for example, good air quality is vital, to protect the staff and patients and their visitors from airborne diseases and infections, and to provide a healthy environment. Infections acquired in hospitals due to airborne transmission can be eliminated or prevented by installing a proper infection control system, a suitable air movement system, and the most appropriate purification and filtration systems.

Zamil Air Conditioners’ products and applications are designed to greatly improve the IAQ in any facility, by recirculating and cleaning air, removing viruses, bacteria and dust from circulation, and removing chemical contaminants.

Zamil Air Conditioners’ hygienic air handling units (AHUs) offer all the necessary selections, features, and controls for operation at the highest efficiency and performance. They control air cooling, heating, humidification, and filtration, air distribution, outside air supply, diffusion, dehumidification, and more. They conform to the strict hygiene requirements, based on international standards such as VDI 6022 Part 1 and DIN-1946 Part 4, in addition to mechanical and performance standards EN1886 and EN13053. They have been developed expressly to suit diverse hygienic applications—not only in hospitals and healthcare centers, but also pharmaceutical manufacturing plants, laboratories, food preparation facilities, and other places where clean air is essential.

Contact Zamil Air Conditioners for more information on integrated or independent air purification systems, filtration systems offering up to 99.995% purity, gaseous and chemical filtration systems, UV light purification systems for bacteria and viruses, and AHU energy recovery solutions suitable for hygienic applications.
Due to the precautionary and preventive measures taken by the competent authorities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Zamil Industrial Investment Company hereby announces that all factories are operating at significantly reduced and intermittent shifts, while others are completely shut down due to government restrictions in some countries we operate in.

In view of the inability to determine or know the duration of these precautionary and preventive measures, it is hard to determine the resultant financial impact at the present time. The company will announce any significant developments in time.

As for the government’s decisions regarding its support of the private sector to limit the effects of the precautionary measures to control this pandemic, the company values these decisions and works with the relevant authorities to follow the developments in this regard. Any substantial developments or financial impacts, if any, will be announced in due course.

ELEMENT LIST EXPLANATION
Introduction The Board of Directors of Zamil Industrial Investment Company invites all its shareholders to convene in an extraordinary session (the first meeting and the second meeting will be an hour later) via Tadawulaty technical mediums. It will be held on Thursday, 14 Ramadan 1441H corresponding to 7 May 2020 at 22:00 p.m. at the Zamil Air Conditioners Auditorium in Dammam’s First Industrial City. Pursuant to the Capital Market Authority (CMA) circular, all listed companies’ general assembly meetings will be conducted remotely through the technical mediums; physical attendance at all meetings is suspended until further notice for the well-being of everyone. These directives are in line with the precautionary and exceptional measures taken by the relevant health authorities and the continuous efforts made by all Saudi government agencies to combat the new Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and to ensure public safety. The following agenda items will be discussed.
 
City and Location of the General Assembly’s Meeting Zamil Air Conditioners Auditorium in Dammam’s First Industrial City.
URL for the Meeting Location https://goo.gl/maps/1xeBXFCxVV82
Date of the General Assembly’s Meeting 7 May 2020 Corresponding to 14 Ramadan 1441H
Time of the General Assembly’s Meeting 22:00
Attendance Eligibility Shareholders registered in the company register at the Securities Depository Center (Depository Center) have the right to attend the general assembly at the end of the trading session preceding the meeting and should register attendance and vote through Tadawulaty.
Quorum for Convening the General Assembly’s Meeting The quorum for this meeting is for shareholders representing at least 50 percent of the company’s paid-up capital. If such quorum is not attained, a second meeting can be held one hour after the time when the first meeting was supposed to convene. In all cases, the second meeting shall be deemed valid if 25 percent of the paid-up capital is represented therein.
General Assembly Meeting Agenda

1) Vote on the Board of Directors report for the fiscal year ending 31/12/2019;

2) Vote on the external auditors’ report for the fiscal year ending 31/12/2019;

3) Vote on the consolidated financial statements for the fiscal year ending 31/12/2019;

4) Vote on discharging the Board of Directors from any liabilities for the fiscal year ending 31/12/2019;

5) Vote on the distribution of SAR 1,600,000 as Board Remuneration for the year ending 31/12/2019 at SAR 200,000 per Board Director;

6) Vote on the appointment of the external auditors as per the recommendation of the Audit Committee to review and audit the company’s quarterly and annual accounts for the second quarter, third quarter, and annual statements for the year 2020 and the first quarter of 2021 and agree to their service fee;

7) Vote on the Intention to Purchase its shares (Share Buyback) with a maximum of 3 million shares and not exceeding 5 percent of total outstanding shares, and with a total value not exceeding 50 million Saudi Riyals; to retain them as Treasury Shares for purposes of stabilizing the fluctuating share price since the Board considers that the share price on the exchange is lower than its fair value; the purchase of these shares will be funded through the company’s internal resources from available cash; to authorize the Board or whoever the Board delegates to execute the purchase either in one phase or in several phases within 12 months of the extraordinary general assembly’s approval date; the company may retain the Treasury Shares for a maximum period of 5 years without selling them or allocating them for employee stock options;

8) Vote on the related party transactions between the company and Zamil Architectural Holding Company, in which Mr. Adib Al Zamil (representative of Zamil Group Holding Company) has an indirect interest. Total purchase value in 2019 was SAR 3,008,419 and was agreed upon with the prevailing commercial terms;

9) Vote on the related party transactions between the company and Zamil Chem-Plast Industries, in which Mr. Adib Al Zamil (representative of Zamil Group Holding Company) has an indirect interest. Total purchase value in 2019 was SAR 3,530,053 and was agreed upon with the prevailing commercial terms;

10) Vote on the related party transactions between the company and Zamil Trade & Services Holding Company, in which Mr. Adib Al Zamil (representative of Zamil Group Holding Company) has an indirect interest. Total purchase value in 2019 was SAR 14,825,479 and was agreed upon with the prevailing commercial terms;

11) Vote on the related party transactions between the company and Zamil Real Estate Holding Company, in which Mr. Adib Al Zamil (representative of Zamil Group Holding Company) has an indirect interest. Total purchase value in 2019 was SAR 3,033,165 and was agreed upon with the prevailing commercial terms.

Proxy Form Pursuant to CMA circular, all listed companies’ general assembly meetings will be conducted remotely through the technical mediums and suspend the physical attendance of all meetings until further notice for the well-being of everyone. These directives are in line with the precautionary and exceptional measures taken by the relevant health authorities and the continuous efforts made by all Saudi government agencies to combat the new Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and to ensure public safety.
E-Vote Eligible shareholders can cast their votes remotely via Tadawulaty electronic services. Voting will commence from 10:00 a.m. on Sunday 3 May 2020 until the adjournment of the meeting. The company encourages its shareholders to actively participate and vote online by visiting the Tadawulaty webpage www.edaa.com.sa, a free service available to all shareholders.
Eligibility for Attendance Registration and Voting Registering attendance for the meeting concludes when the Votes Counting Committee work is completed.
Method of Communication Shareholders are welcome to send their inquiries by directly contacting our Corporate Communications & Investor Relations by phone (+966138108180) or by email (investors@zamilindustrial.com).
Additional Information Remote casting of votes will be enough.
ELEMENT LIST EXPLANATION
Introduction Zamil Industrial Investment Company announces its intention to purchase its shares (Share Buyback) to retain them as Treasury Shares with a maximum of 3 million shares and not exceeding 5% of total outstanding shares, and with a total value not exceeding 50 million Saudi Riyals
 
Board Approval’s Date 02-08-1441 corresponding to 26-03-2020
Purpose of Purchase To retain them as Treasury Shares
Purpose of Purchase (If the Purpose to Keep the Shares as Treasury Shares) To retain them as Treasury Shares for purposes of stabilizing the fluctuating share price since the Board considers that the share price on the exchange is lower than its fair value
Number of Shares to be Bought 3 million shares
Shares Class Ordinary shares
Method of Financing the Purchasing Process The purchase of these shares will be funded through the company’s internal resources from available cash
Current Percentage of the Treasury Shares at the Company out of the Total Class of Shares Purchased Currently, there are no Treasury Shares held by the company
Approvals and Meeting the Conditions of Financial Appropriateness The company must receive consent from the Extraordinary General Assembly for the Purchase. The company must also obtain a solvency report as stipulated in Paragraph (3) of Article (12) of the Regulatory Standards and Procedures issued pursuant to the Companies Law
Voting Right Purchased shares will not have any voting rights in any general assemblies
ELEMENT LIST CURRENT YEAR PREVIOUS YEAR % CHANGE
Sales/Revenue 4,278,226 4,313,649 -0.8%
Gross Profit (Loss) 597,947 715,370 -16.4%
Profit (Loss) Operational (29,325) (13,075) 124.3%
Net Profit (Loss) after Zakat and Tax (138,809) (139,833) -0.7%
Total Comprehensive Income (136,619) (169,006) -19.2%
Total Shareholders' Equity (after deducting minority equity) 1,278,767 1,415,946 -9.7%
Profit (Loss) per Share (2.31) (2.33)

All figures are in thousands of Saudi Riyals


ELEMENT EXPLANATION
Reasons for increase (decrease) in net profit for current year compared to last year Net loss marginally decreased for the year due to:
a) Increase in profit of associated companies;
b) Increase in other income;
c) Lower provision for expected credit loss of financial assets;
d) Reduction in loss from discontinued operations.

However, the impact of the above is offset by the following:
a) Reduction in gross profit margins in the AC and Steel sectors due to increase in input costs, pressure on selling prices and severe competition;
b) Increase in financial charges;
c) Increase in tax.
 
External auditors' opinion The external auditors reviewed the financial statements and issued an unmodified report.
Reclassifications in annual financial results Comparative figures have been reclassified to conform with the presentation in the current year.
Additional information  
Zamil Steel recently manufactured and supplied pre-engineered steel buildings, spread over a built-up area of 22,000 square meters, for Tariq Glass Industries’ new factory (Float Glass Unit-2), located in Sheikhupura, Pakistan. The new factory is expected to quickly double the production capacity of Tariq Glass Industries and strengthen its efforts to redefine the glass market.

Since its inception in 1977, Zamil Steel has designed, manufactured, and supplied over 75,000 pre-engineered steel buildings to its valued customers in over 90 countries around the world. The company is recognized as the global leader in the provision of steel buildings and steel structures on five continents.
Zamil Steel Buildings Vietnam has signed a contract with Turkish hygiene products manufacturer, Hayat Kimya Vietnam Co., Ltd, for its new factory project in Binh Phuoc province. The project is expected to be completed by December 2020 and put into operation in 2021.

The proposed factory will cover an area of approximately 50,000 square meters, and the buildings will be outfitted with MaxSEAM® roof systems and special mezzanine floors. Sandwich panels with insulation specially imported from Turkey will be used for in the wall construction, to ensure thermal resistance and fire safety.

Zamil Steel was previously entrusted by Hayat Kimya to construct some of its world-class plants in Africa and other locations. Future coordination between the two companies is expected as Hayat Kimya expands its operations in the Asia-Pacific region.
Zamil Steel has successfully completed the contract awarded by Al Bawani Company for the supply and erection of pre-engineered steel buildings for a new Saudia Cargo terminal in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The steel buildings, spread over a built-up area of 28,000 square meters, had to be delivered within a very short period of time, in addition to the fabrication of high-performance sandwich panels for the terminal.

Being strategically located in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Saudia Cargo is uniquely positioned to provide a bridge between East and West via its hubs, thus giving increased flexibility to use its capacity efficiently and move cargo with minimal ground handling time.

Zamil Steel’s pre-engineered steel building products are certified to international quality standard ISO 9001.
Zamil Steel has supplied pre-engineered steel buildings, spread over a built-up area of 15,000 square meters, for the Daily Food Company’s new factory (Maestro Pizza), located in the central region of Saudi Arabia.

The design of the steel structures for this project was highly complex and challenging, as they had to be manufactured for ten different areas of the new factory.  

Daily Food Company is Saudi Arabia’s fastest growing QSR (Quick Serve Restaurant) chain, specializing in an international pizza experience. The new factory is expected to increase the production capacity of Daily Food Company and strengthen its efforts to redefine the pizza market in a short duration of time.

Zamil Steel demonstrates its commitment to service at the local level by maintaining a network of 55 area offices located in 34 countries around the world. These facilities are fully staffed and equipped to provide quick and comprehensive responses to customer inquiries.
Zamil Steel Buildings Co., Egypt, recently celebrated its 20th anniversary, marking its two decades of excellence in Egypt and the African continent. The celebration ceremony was held at the Mövenpick Media City Hotel, 6th of October City, Cairo, in the presence of Osama Al-Bunyan, Chief Operating Officer of Zamil Industrial, Khaled Saad, general manager of Zamil Steel Egypt, and all of the executives, managers, and supervisors at the company.

During the event, Zamil Steel Egypt presented 75 employees, who have all completed 20 years of service with the company, with awards and appreciation certificates in recognition of their long service.

Zamil Steel Egypt produces and supplies high-end, pre-engineered steel buildings, steel structures, and other steel products for customers located in more than 30 African and European countries as well as in the free zones in Egypt.
Zamil Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Services Co. Ltd. (Zamil CoolCare) has signed a distribution agreement with Emerson, a global technology and engineering company providing innovative solutions for customers in industrial, commercial, and residential markets.

Under the agreement, Zamil CoolCare will market and distribute Emerson’s product offering, which includes refrigeration and cold chain solutions, monitoring and temperature management solutions, and industrial refrigeration in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The agreement also allows the company to appoint additional distributors to market Emerson products and solutions, as specified in the agreement.

The distribution agreement expands Zamil CoolCare’s product and service offerings to better meet the needs and requirements of its Saudi-based customers by offering a wide range of high-quality refrigeration products and solutions from Emerson.

Emerson Commercial and Residential Solutions have had a beneficial and supportive commercial relationship with the company for over 40 years, and they look forward to building on these ties through focus on continuous growth within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Zamil will work hand-in-hand with Emerson to solve client problems and issues and to satisfy their need for smooth, uninterrupted operations. Zamil CoolCare’s trained and highly qualified sales force, located in company offices and showrooms across the Kingdom, will be able to respond promptly to customer demands and technical queries on Emerson refrigeration products and systems.

Emerson is setting the standard for commercial refrigeration. Their condensing units and multi-compressor racks with the Copeland compressor line up have continuously set the standard in performance and reliability. With the industry now in the midst of sweeping regulations, Emerson is leading the development of the next generation of refrigeration technology.

Zamil has built client trust in its products and services over a period of 46 years, and it will continue to do so by expanding its range of high-quality products and technical know-how on refrigeration systems. This will further support Zamil’s position in Saudi Arabia as one of the main players in the refrigeration industry. With remote monitoring and temperature management, the company will provide energy-efficiency and food safety solutions, as targeted by Saudi Vision 2030.  
Zamil Steel has successfully completed the contract awarded by Nesma & Partners Contracting Co. for the design, manufacture, and supply of steel structures for Al-Ula Airport’s new terminal, located in the western part of Saudi Arabia.

The design of the steel structures for this vital project was highly complex and challenging and had to be delivered within a very short period of time. Zamil Steel’s well-experienced and professional team of engineers and technicians managed to overcome all the challenges to complete the project within a record time of four weeks.

Prince Abdul Majeed bin Abdulaziz Domestic Airport in Al-Ula is planning to transform the domestic airport into an aviation hub that can welcome a marked increase in tourists. The airport development will include the construction of an extended apron area to accommodate more aircraft, a new executive suite, and new digital information systems for both the departure and arrival areas.

Zamil Steel not only offers the most comprehensive services to all its clients through its sophisticated engineering and estimating systems but it also provides the most extensive after-sales support service in the industry.
The Director of Information Technology at Zamil Industrial Investment Co. (Zamil Industrial), Abdulbary Atassi, participated as a speaker at Oracle OpenWorld Middle East 2020, held on January 14–15, 2020, at the World Trade Center in Dubai, UAE.

The event included keynotes by business and thought leaders, technologists, innovators, and shapers of the future; case studies from leading organizations to explore solutions designed to resolve some of their biggest challenges; and hands-on demos and experiences with products, solutions and services from Oracle and Oracle PartnerNetwork companies.

Abdulbary participated in two breakout discussion sessions, titled “Migrating On-Premise Oracle Workloads to The Cloud” and “Pave the Way for a New Finance Operating Model.” He highlighted two aspects of Zamil Industrial’s digital transformation program. The first was about how to enhance the quality of current services and reduce operational costs by consolidating the infrastructure landscape and centralizing controls, using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. The second aspect was about how Zamil Industrial is changing its entire financial and operational model by transforming to Oracle’s latest applications technology (Fusion) through the “ASaaS” program, and how it is handling all the implementation and change management activities.

Oracle OpenWorld Middle East 2020 explored how leading companies are exposing and unlocking insights with data to re-engineer the core of their businesses, elevating the value they deliver to customers, pioneering new ways of working, and driving completely new opportunities. It also investigated the transformational and autonomous technologies that are fundamentally changing work and life.
Zamil Steel has successfully completed the manufacture and supply of pre-engineered steel buildings, spread over a built-up area of 22,000 square meters, for the Agility Logistics warehouses project in the Eastern region of Saudi Arabia. The steel structures for this huge warehouse construction job were manufactured and supplied within a period of seven weeks.

Zamil Steel’s vision is to be the world’s most reliable and innovative manufacturer, service and solution provider in the steel industry.