UNICOIL receives Kuwaiti quality mark

Updated 27 January 2016

UNICOIL receives Kuwaiti quality mark

Universal Metal Coating Company Ltd. (UNICOIL), headquartered in Jubail Industrial City, received the Kuwaiti quality mark in another first achievement added to its list of accreditations, which include SASO’s Saudi quality mark, ESMA’s Emirates quality mark, JSMO’s Jordan quality mark and the ISO Quality Certificate for UNICOIL’s Galvanized Steel products.
UNICOIL is described as the only Saudi and Arab company to receive several quality marks outside its home country. A company spokesperson explained that the international quality certificates, and the local and Arab quality marks awarded to UNICOIL clearly recognize the quality fundamentals upheld by the company since its inception in 1997. UNICOIL’s products are the most compliant with international standards and the best known for outstanding quality in Saudi and regional markets.
UNICOIL, in addition to its standing as the largest galvanized steel manufacturer in the GCC, is also MENA’s oldest and largest manufacturer of pre-painted galvanized steel, boasting the highest production capacity region-wide.
It caters to the bulk of the Kingdom’s demand, and exports to regional and international markets.
UNICOIL claims to be the largest value-added steel manufacturer in Saudi Arabia, using a push-pull pickling line with a production capacity of 400,000 tons per annum, a cold rolling mill with a production capacity of 340,000 tons per annum, a continuous galvanizing line with a production capacity of 250,000 tons per annum.


Makkah governor honors LuLu group's Yusuff Ali

Updated 13 July 2020

Makkah governor honors LuLu group's Yusuff Ali

MAKKAH: Makkah Governor and advisor to King Salman Prince Khalid Al-Faisal honoured Yusuff Ali, chairman of Lulu Group, for his active involvement in the campaign "Barran bi Makkah."

The campaign, which was held under the aegis of Makah Governor, helped families and owners of small businesses who have been negatively impacted by the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Yusuff Ali had donated SAR1 million ($266,000) to the project.