Almarai

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Name : Abdulrahman maged Al-khmees
University ID: 429103676
Supervisor: Fawaz Said

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History of pasture ……………………………. ...…………………3 Brands and Affiliates ………………………………………………….3
Types of Products …………………………………………………. 3
The financial performance ……………………………….………. 4
Principal owners……………………………………………………...4
Administrative Divisions…………………………………………....4
Almarai-head-office in alriyadh ……………………………………4
Almarai-head-office in alriyadh ……………………………….…..5
Factories …………………………………..………………………….6
QBD …………………………………….……………………………..6
Packaging………………….…………………………………………6
Why is packaging important …………………………………..…7 What are they doing in the Department of Packaging….….7

Questionnaire…………….…………………………………………..9

Quality ………………………………………………………………10

TRD …………………………………………,………………………10

* Established Almarai in the city of Riyadh in 1991, with a capital of 750 million riyals, which is an extension of the dairy farms developed by Prince Sultan bin Mohammed bin Saud in 1977, and the owner for about 29% of the shares of the company. * In 2005 shift Almarai from a private company to a joint stock company registered in the Saudi stock market , Where Almarai shareholders of more than 70,000 contributors. * In 2007 the company was acquired of Western Limited laboratories' * In 2009 was initiated the establishment of new factories bakery Alkharj region * The company entered chicken industry in 2009 through the acquisition of Hail Agricultural Development,
It also acquired in 2011 on the Company "Fond any Monte. As" that owns and operates three farms in Argentina. * The company established a joint factory with the company "Mead Johnson" for the production of infant formula, to be…...

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