ELEMENT LIST CURRENT QUARTER SIMILAR QUARTER FOR PREVIOUS YEAR % CHANGE PREVIOUS QUARTER % CHANGE
Sales/Revenue 896,796 949,181 (5.5%) 900,200 (0.4%)
Gross Profit (Loss) 95,951 138,025 (30.5%) 77,913 23.2%
Operational Profit (Loss) (27,453) 18,382 (157,882)
Net Profit (Loss) after Zakat and Tax (51,921) 5,200 (172,534)
Total Comprehensive Income (60,773) 5,062 (178,598)

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) 905,951 1,138,531 (20.4%)
Profit (Loss) per Share (0.87) 0.09

All figures are in thousands of Saudi Riyals


ELEMENT EXPLANATION
The reason of the increase (decrease) in the net profit during the current quarter compared to the same quarter of the last year is Net loss for the quarter is due to:
1) Lower sales in the AC and Insulation sectors;
2) Lower gross profit and operating margin across all sectors;
3) Higher financial charges of SAR 3.5 million;
4) Increase in provision for expected credit loss and zakat by SAR 2.6 million and SAR 5.9 million respectively;
5) Lower profits from associated companies by SAR 5 million.
The reason of the increase (decrease) in the net profit during the current quarter compared to the previous period of the current year is Net loss is lower due to:
1) Higher sales in the AC sector;
2) Better gross profit and operating margin in the AC sector;
3) Lower provisions for expected credit loss as compared to higher provisions taken in Q4 2021;
4) Lower loss from associated companies by SAR 3.2 million.
Statement of the type of external auditor's report Unmodified Conclusion.
Modification, Qualification or Emphasis of a Matter as Stated within the External Auditor Opinion None.
Reclassification of Comparison Items Comparative figures have been reclassified to conform with the presentation in the current period.
Additional information   –
ELEMENT LIST EXPLANATION
Introduction Zamil Industrial Investment Company Board approved the resignation of Abdulla Mohammed A. Al Zamil from his position as CEO due to his appointment as the Chairman of the Board of Directors. The resignation will be with immediate effect. On the other hand, the Board approved the appointment of Mohammed Ali A. Al-Sahib as CEO, effective 8 May 2022.

The Board of Directors extends its sincere appreciation and thanks to Abdulla Al Zamil for his efforts during his tenure as CEO, wishing him continued success.

Name of the Resigned CEO Abdulla Mohammed A. Al Zamil
Resignation Acceptance Date 8 May 2022
Resignation Effective Date 8 May 2022
Reasons for Resignation Appointment as Chairman of the Board
Appointment Type Appointment
Name of the CEO Mohammed Ali A. Al-Sahib
Date of Board Resolution 8 May 2022
Date Work Commencement 8 May 2022
Brief Resume Mohammed Ali Al-Sahib has an Executive MBA from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, as well as a BA in Business Statistics and Operations Management from the University of Denver in the United States. He has held a number of executive and management positions and has distinguished experience in the construction sector as well as management and business development strategies, with over 22 years of practical experience.
ELEMENT LIST EXPLANATION
Announcement Detail

With reference to the company's annual Extraordinary General Assembly meeting held on Thursday, 21 April 2022, which included the election of a Board for a new term commencing from 01 May 2022 for three years ending on 30 April 2025, the Zamil Industrial Board resolved on 08 May 2022 the following:

First: Appoint Mr. Abdulla Mohammed A. Al Zamil as Chairman (Non-Executive).

Second: Appoint Mr. Bander Abdulrahman Abdullah Al Zamil as Vice Chairman (Non-Executive).

Third: Formation of the Nomination & Remuneration Committee from the following members:
1) Mr. Adel Saleh Mohsen Al Ghassab – Chairman (Independent),
2) Mr. Saud Ghassan Ahmed Al Sulaiman – Member (Independent),
3) Mr. Bander Abdulrahman Abdullah Al Zamil – Member (Non-Executive).

Fourth: Appoint the company's representatives with respect to the Capital Market Authority (CMA) and the Saudi Tadawul Group (and its subsidiaries).

Fifth: Appoint Mr. Said Fahad Said Al Daajani as Corporate Secretary for the Board and Committees.

It is worth noting that the above-mentioned General Assembly approved the formation of the Audit Committee commencing from 01 May 2022 for three years ending on 30 April 2025 from the following members:
1) Mr. Mohammad Sulaiman Mohammad Al Harbi – Chairman (Non-Executive),
2) Mr. Khalid Mohammad Saleh Al Fuhaid – Member (Independent),
3) Mr. Sattam Abdulaziz Abdullah Al Zamil – Member (Non-Executive).

ELEMENT LIST EXPLANATION
Introduction Zamil Industrial Investment Company is pleased to announce the results of the Extraordinary General Assembly Meeting (First Meeting), which was held virtually at 10:00 pm on Thursday, 20 Ramadan 1443 AH corresponding to 21 April 2022, after securing the required quorum.
City and Location of the General Assembly’s Meeting Company headquarters in Dammam’s First Industrial City – Virtually
Date of the General Assembly’s Meeting 21 April 2022
Time of the General Assembly’s Meeting 22:00
Percentage of Attending Shareholders 52.75%
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 31/12/2021.

2) Approve the external auditors’ report for the fiscal year ending 31/12/2021.

3) Approve the consolidated financial statements for the fiscal year ending 31/12/2021.

4) Approve discharging the Board of Directors from any liabilities for the fiscal year ending 31/12/2021.

5) Approve the amendment of Article No. (16) of the company’s bylaws related to the formation of the Board of Directors.

6) Approve electing Board members from among the candidates for the next term, commencing from 1 May 2022 for a three-year term, ending on 30 April 2025, the elected candidates are as follows:
1. Mr. Abdulla Mohammed Abdullah Al Zamil (Executive)
2. Mr. Sattam Abdulaziz Abdullah Al Zamil (Non-Executive)
3. Mr. Bander Abdulrahman Abdullah Al Zamil (Non-Executive)
4. Mr. Khalid Mohammed Saleh Al Fuhaid (Independent)
5. Mr. Mohammad Sulaiman Mohammad Al Harbi (Non-Executive)
6. Mr. Adel Saleh Mohsen Al Ghassab (Independent)
7. Mr. Saud Ghassan Ahmed Al Sulaiman (Independent)

7) Approve the set-up, the duties and the internal regulations of the Audit Committee as well as on the remuneration of its members upon the proposal of the Board of Directors for a three-year term convening from 01/05/2019 until 30/04/2022. The elected members are as follows:
1) Mr. Mohammad Sulaiman Mohammad Al Harbi, Chairman (Non-Executive)
2) Mr. Khalid Mohammad Saleh Al Fuhaid, Member (Independent)
3) Mr. Sattam Abdulaziz Abdullah Al Zamil, Member (Non-Executive)

8) Approve the distribution of SAR 1,600,000 as Board Remuneration for the year ending 31/12/2021 at SAR 200,000 per Board Director.

9) Approve the related party transactions between the company and Zamil Group Holding Company, in which Mr. Adib Al Zamil (representative of Zamil Group Holding Company) has an indirect interest. The total purchase value in 2021 was SAR 23,485,597 and was agreed upon with the prevailing commercial terms.

10) Approve the related party transactions between the company and Zamil Group Holding Company, in which Mr. Adib Al Zamil (representative of Zamil Group Holding Company) has an indirect interest. The total sales value in 2021 was SAR 48,907,153 and was agreed upon with the prevailing commercial terms.

11) Approve the related party transactions between the company and Arabian Gulf Construction Company, in which Mr. Adib Al Zamil (representative of Zamil Group Holding Company) has an indirect interest. The total sales value in 2021 was SAR 562,755 and was agreed upon with the prevailing commercial terms.

12) Approve delegating the Board of Directors with the authority of the Ordinary General Assembly stipulated in paragraph (1) of Article (71) of the Companies Law, for a period of one year starting from the date of the approval by the General Assembly or until the end of the delegated Board of Directors’ term, whichever is earlier, in accordance with the conditions set forth in the Regulatory Rules and Procedures issued pursuant to the Companies Law related to Listed Joint Stock Companies.
Zamil Steel Buildings Vietnam marked a great year of achievement by being awarded the prestigious Golden Dragon Award 2021 for the 18th consecutive year, marking its 25 years of excellence in Vietnam and Southeast Asia. The award ceremony was jointly held by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Vietnam Economic Times on April 8 in Ho Chi Minh City.

The Golden Dragon Awards have been presented by the Vietnam Economic Times since 2001 to recognize the contribution of foreign-invested enterprises to the Vietnamese economy. The awards are based on numerous criteria, including production and business activities, service offerings, technological solutions for innovation and digital transformation, and efforts to promote economic development.
Zamil Air Conditioners has been awarded a contract to supply an assortment of HVAC systems and equipment for the new Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Center, located in Al-Sakhir in the southern governorate of Bahrain.

The scope of work includes the supply of 48 double-skin air handling units, 19 fresh air handling units with energy recovery systems, and 540 fan coil units. The supplied HVAC systems will provide a total cooling capacity of approximately 5,440 tons for the center’s building and facilities.

The spectacular new Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Center, scheduled to open in 2022, will be the largest venue of its kind in the Middle East. It will put Bahrain in the spotlight as the region’s newest destination, attracting the world’s most prestigious exhibitions, conventions, entertainment, concerts, and gala events.
Zamil Steel Buildings India recently supplied pre-engineered steel buildings for Apollo Pipes Ltd.’s PVC and HDPE pipe manufacturing plant in Dadari, in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The scope of work included the design, fabrication, supply, and erection of pre-engineered steel buildings and steel structures for the new plant, covering a total area of 13,000 square meters.

Apollo Pipes is a leading manufacturer of a wide range of high-quality pipes, fittings, and water tanks. The company has strong distribution and retail networks to meet the needs of the country’s civil infrastructure, industrial, and agricultural sectors.

Zamil Steel has extensive experience in the construction of production plants and factories, warehouses and distribution centers, industrial buildings, and logistics facilities that are designed and built for greater efficiency and higher productivity.
ELEMENT LIST EXPLANATION
Introduction The Board of Directors of Zamil Industrial Investment Company invites all its shareholders to convene for an extraordinary session (first meeting). The meeting will be held virtually on Thursday, 21 April 2022 at 22:00 p.m. in the Company headquarters in Dammam via the Tadawulaty e-voting system (www.tadawulaty.com.sa).
City and Location of the General Assembly’s Meeting Company headquarters in Dammam First Industrial City – Virtually
URL for the Meeting Location www.tadawulaty.com.sa
Date of the General Assembly’s Meeting 21 April 2022
Time of the General Assembly’s Meeting 22:00
Attendance Eligibility Shareholders registered in the company's 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 their 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 31/12/2021.

2) Vote on the external auditors’ report for the fiscal year ending 31/12/2021.

3) Approve the consolidated financial statements for the fiscal year ending 31/12/2021.

4) Approve discharging the Board of Directors from any liabilities for the fiscal year ending 31/12/2021.

5) Vote on the amendment of Article No. (16) of the company’s bylaws related to the formation of the Board of Directors.

6) Vote on the electing Board members from among the candidates for the next term, commencing from 1 May 2022 for a three-year term, ending on 30 April 2025.

7) Vote on the set-up, the duties and the internal regulations of the Audit Committee as well as on the remuneration of its members upon the proposal of the Board of Directors for a three-year term convening from 01/05/2019 until 30/04/2022: 
   1 - Mr. Mohammad Sulaiman Mohammad Al Harbi, Chairman (Non-Executive)
   2 - Mr. Khalid Mohammad Saleh Al Fuhaid, Member (Independent)
   3 - Mr. Sattam Abdulaziz Abdullah Al Zamil, Member (Non-Executive)

8) Vote on the distribution of SAR 1,600,000 as Board Remuneration for the year ending 31/12/2021 at SAR 200,000 per Board Director.

9) Vote on the related party transactions between the company and Zamil Group Holding Company, in which Mr. Adib Al Zamil (representative of Zamil Group Holding Company) has an indirect interest. Total purchase value in 2021 was SAR 23,485,597 and was agreed upon with the prevailing commercial terms.

10) Vote on the related party transactions between the company and Zamil Group Holding Company, in which Mr. Adib Al Zamil (representative of Zamil Group Holding Company) has an indirect interest. Total Sales value in 2021 was SAR 48,907,153 and was agreed upon with the prevailing commercial terms.

11) Vote on the related party transactions between the company and Arabian Gulf Construction Company, in which Mr. Adib Al Zamil (representative of Zamil Group Holding Company) has an indirect interest. Total Sales value in 2021 was SAR 562,755 and was agreed upon with the prevailing commercial terms.

12) Vote on delegating the Board of Directors, which will start on 1 May 2022, with the authority of the Ordinary General Assembly stipulated in paragraph (1) of Article (71) of the Companies Law, for a period of one year starting from the date of the approval by the General Assembly or until the end of the delegated Board of Directors’ term, whichever is earlier, in accordance with the conditions set forth in the Regulatory Rules and Procedures issued pursuant to the Companies Law related to Listed Joint Stock Companies.

E-Vote Eligible shareholders can cast their votes remotely via Tadawulaty electronic services. Voting will start at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, April 17, 2022, until the adjournment of the meeting. The company encourages its shareholders to actively participate and vote online by visiting the Tadawulaty web page at www.tadawulaty.com.sa, a free service available to all shareholders.
Eligibility for Attendance Registration and Voting Eligibility for registering attendance at the Extraordinary General Assembly Meeting ends once it convenes. Eligibility to vote on the meeting agenda ends upon the Vote Counting Committee concludes counting the votes.
Method of Communication Shareholders are welcome to send their inquiries by directly contacting our Corporate Affairs Dept. by phone (+966138108180) or by email (investors@zamilindustrial.com).
ELEMENT LIST CURRENT YEAR PREVIOUS YEAR % CHANGE
Sales/Revenue 3,523,817 3,382,962 4.2%
Gross Profit (Loss) 475,744 446,361 6.6%
Profit (Loss) Operational (110,419) (61,378) 79.9%
Net Profit (Loss) after Zakat and Tax (159,417) (159,873) (0.3%)
Total Comprehensive Income (166,745) (145,298) 14.8%
Total Shareholders' Equity (after deducting minority equity) 966,724 1,133,469 -14.7%
Profit (Loss) per Share (2.66) (2.66)

All figures are in thousands of Saudi Riyals


ELEMENT EXPLANATION
The reason of the increase (decrease) in the net profit during the current year compared to the last year is Net loss for the year is due to:
1) Higher project execution costs due to delays in project schedules resulting from COVID-19.
2) Provision for Expected Credit Loss of SAR 99.2 million was made during 2021 compared to 46.5 million in 2020.
3) Lower Profits from Associated Companies by SAR 22.5 million and lower Other Income by SAR 12.1 million.
4) International operations suffered from the COVID-19 impact, especially in India and Vietnam.
5) Increase in Selling & Distribution expenses by 12 million, from 154 million in 2020 to 166 million in 2021.

However, the impact of the above is partly offset by the following:
1) Improved Operating Margins in the Steel and Insulation sectors.
2) Decrease in Financial Charges by SAR 23.5 million.
3) Reduction of losses from Discontinued Operations in the Steel sector in the UAE and the Towers & Galvanizing Division in Saudi Arabia by SAR 36.8 million.
Statement of the type of external auditor's report Unmodified Opinion
Reclassification of Comparison Items Comparative figures have been reclassified to conform with the presentation in the current year.
Zamil Steel Buildings Vietnam recently completed the construction of logistics warehouses for one of the world’s largest logistics and real estate investment companies. The warehouses are located in Binh Duong province in southern Vietnam.

The scope of work included the manufacture, supply, and construction of 1,200 tons of steel structures for the new logistics warehouses, which cover an area of nearly 30,000 square meters.
Zamil Industrial showcased its latest products, services and innovative solutions at the World Defense Show 2022, the global stage for defense interoperability, held March 6-9, 2022, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

The first edition of the show featured a wide range of military equipment and advanced engineering and industrial technologies. This year's event brought together more than 590 global companies from 42 countries and many national government agencies from the defense, military, and security sectors.

The World Defense Show, organized by the General Authority for Military Industries, is a fully integrated and future-focused defense event that showcases the latest technological advances from around the world and demonstrates defense interoperability across air, land, sea, security, and space. It is an interactive platform where governments and industry thought leaders from across the global defense and security supply chain can collaborate to shape the future of defense.

The World Defense Show contributes to the Kingdom's leading economic position and helps achieve Vision 2030, which calls for localizing more than 50% of military spending.
Zamil Steel Buildings Vietnam has recently started the construction of the Nghi Son Iron and Steel Plant, located in Thanh Hoa City in northern Vietnam.

The scope of the contract includes the design, manufacture, supply, and construction of 4,400 metric tons of pre-engineered steel buildings for the new steel plant, which spans an area of more than 32,200 square meters. For this project, six heavy crane beams weighing 14–29 metric tons were installed.

The Nghi Son Iron and Steel Plant is one of Vietnam’s largest steel plants. When fully operational, the plant will have an annual capacity of 3.5 million tons of steel billets and 2.5 million tons of rolled steel.
ELEMENT LIST EXPLANATION
Introduction Zamil Industrial Investment Company is pleased to announce the results of the Ordinary General Meeting that convened on Thursday, 24 February 2022 at 18:30 p.m. after securing the required quorum.
City and Location of the General Assembly’s Meeting The OGM was held virtually using video conferencing means.
Date of the General Assembly’s Meeting 24 February 2022
Time of the General Assembly’s Meeting 18:30
Percentage of Attending Shareholders 46.39%
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 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 2022 and the first quarter of 2023 and agree to their service fee.
Zamil Steel Buildings Vietnam participated as a Silver Sponsor in the annual Vietnam Business Forum (VBF) 2022, held on February 18–21, 2022, in Hanoi. The forum was organized by the Ministry of Planning and Investment in collaboration with the World Bank, the International Finance Corporation (IFC), and the Vietnam Business Forum Alliance.

VBF 2022, with the theme “Restoring the economy and developing supply chain in the new normal,” provided an opportunity for the business community to propose solutions to carry out the government’s resolution on the socio-economic development and recovery program.

The forum aimed to identify the responsibilities of State management agencies and the community in improving the local business investment environment, thereby promoting private sector development and making positive contributions to the nation’s long-term growth.

Vietnam’s Prime Minister, H.E. Mr. Pham Minh Chinh, as well as many key government officials, chamber of commerce representatives, and nearly 200 business leaders and CEOs, attended the event. The Vietnam Business Forum, founded in 1997, serves as a regular and high-level communication channel between the business community and the Vietnamese government.
Continuing its leadership role in the HVAC industry in the Middle East region, Zamil Air Conditioners has signed an agreement with Samsung Electronics to become its exclusive distributor for Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) air conditioning systems in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

With advanced technology and a wide range of capacities, Samsung's VRF systems are a smart solution for buildings that require higher efficiency, individual control, and installation flexibility, such as high-rise residential blocks and small commercial buildings. They are known for their flexible design, premium comfort, and superior performance that help save energy, ensure sustainability and simplify maintenance.
ELEMENT LIST EXPLANATION
Introduction The Board of Directors of Zamil Industrial Investment Company invites all its shareholders to convene for a General Assembly session (the first meeting and the second meeting will be an hour later). It will be held on Thursday, 24 February 2022 at 18:30 p.m. through modern technology means using the Tadawulaty system at "www.tadawulaty.com.sa" (electronic voting). 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 Arabian government authorities to combat the new Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and to ensure public safety.
City and Location of the General Assembly’s Meeting Company headquarters in Dammam’s First Industrial City – Virtually
URL for the Meeting Location www.tadawulaty.com.sa
Date of the General Assembly’s Meeting 24 February 2022
Time of the General Assembly’s Meeting 18:30
Attendance Eligibility Shareholders Registered in the Issuer’s Shareholders Registry in the Depository Center At the End of the Trading Session Preceding the General Assembly’s Meeting as per Laws and Regulations.
Quorum for Convening the General Assembly’s Meeting The quorum for holding the Ordinary General Assembly meeting is valid if shareholders representing at least 25 percent of the company's paid-up capital are present. If the necessary quorum is not available to hold this meeting, the second meeting will be held an hour after the end of the period specified for the first meeting. In all cases, the second meeting will be valid regardless of the number of shares represented therein.
General Assembly Meeting Agenda 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 2022 and the first quarter of 2023 and agree to their service fee.
E-Vote Eligible shareholders can cast their votes remotely via Tadawulaty electronic services. Voting will commence from 10 a.m. on Sunday, 20 February 2022, until the adjournment of the meeting. The company encourages its shareholders to participate actively and vote online by visiting the Tadawulaty web page at "www.tadawulaty.com.sa", a free service available to all shareholders.
Eligibility for Attendance Registration and Voting Eligibility for registering attendance at the General Assembly meeting ends once it convenes. Eligibility to vote on the meeting agenda ends when the Counting Committee concludes counting the votes.
Method of Communication Shareholders are welcome to send their inquiries by directly contacting our Corporate Communications & Investor Relations Dept. by phone (+966138108148) or by email investors@zamilindustrial.com
Zamil Construction India Pvt. Ltd., a subsidiary of Zamil Industrial, has received a certificate of appreciation in recognition of its excellent environmental, health, and safety (EHS) performance achieved during the construction of the Power of One Logistics Park in Talegaon city in the Pune District of Maharashtra State, India. This accomplishment builds on the outstanding record of Zamil Construction India in upholding workplace safety.

Power of One Logistics Park is a subsidiary of Ascendas Firstspace Development Management Pvt. Ltd. It is involved in supporting auxiliary transport activities as well as the work of travel agencies across India.

Zamil Steel Buildings India recently supplied 16,400 square meters of pre-engineered structural steel buildings for the Power of One Logistics Park in Talegaon. The company provides pre-engineered building systems to meet the various construction needs of the logistics industry.
Zamil Air Conditioners recently supplied HVAC systems and equipment to the Social Welfare Complex owned by Bahrain’s Ministry of Labor and Social Development. It is located in Hamad Town in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

The scope of work included the supply, testing, and commissioning of 17 high-efficiency packaged units, 28 air handling units, 12 double-skin air handling units, and two concealed ducted split fan coil units. The supplied HVAC systems will provide a total cooling capacity of approximately 600 refrigeration tons for the Complex’s buildings and facilities.

The Complex, spread over a built-up area of more than 37,670 square meters, aims to provide superior social welfare services in the psychological, recreational, and health care categories. It provides social welfare centers and temporary shelters for the development of Bahraini society.
Zamil Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Services Co., Ltd. (Zamil CoolCare) has been awarded a retrofit contract by the Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) in the western region of Saudi Arabia.

Under the agreement, Zamil CoolCare will undertake the supply, installation, and replacement of various HVAC systems, condensing units, and evaporating coils at the SEC’s power plants in Jeddah, Rabigh, and Shoaiba.

Zamil CoolCare offers repair and upgrade services, preventive maintenance programs, and other related services for HVAC systems to ensure they are in optimum operating condition. The spare parts department ensures the availability of quality spares for our customers. The company also offers specialized duct cleaning, supply and installation of solar systems, testing and commissioning, and air balancing services.
Zamil Central Air Conditioners Company has received TÜV SÜD certification for its Double-Skin Air Handling Units – Hygienic Design Range (TWH) series products based on the positive results of completed tests demonstrating compliance with the certification program's requirements. TÜV SÜD conducted an onsite audit and a detailed data assessment.

TÜV SÜD is an internationally recognized independent third-party validation organization with expertise in European Union (EU) requirements and expectations. The TÜV SÜD certification mark indicates that Zamil Central Air Conditioners products comply with the highest available international standards of performance, durability, and safety.