Muntajat opens ten new global marketing offices

Muntajat opens ten new global marketing offices

12:05 PM, 13th October 2014
Muntajat opens ten new global marketing offices

DOHA, QATAR: Muntajat BV, a wholly owned subsidiary of Qatar Chemical and Petrochemical Marketing and Distribution Company (Muntajat) QJSC has announced the opening of 10 new marketing offices in Casablanca - Morocco, Colombo - Sri Lanka, Dubai - UAE, Mumbai - India, Guangzhou and Shanghai - China, Bangkok - Thailand, Manila - Philippines, Jakarta - Indonesia, and Karachi - Pakistan. The new offices add to the growing network of offices in key locations around the globe that market Qatar’s high-quality production of chemical, polymer and fertiliser products.

The newly established offices will serve customers and promote Muntajat products in each of their respective countries in addition to neighbouring markets; the Casablanca office will serve Morocco, Algeria, Mauritania and Tunisia. The Colombo office will serve the markets of Sri Lanka and Maldives while the Mumbai office will service the Indian, Nepali, and Bhutanese markets and The Karachi office will serve Pakistan and Afghanistan.

“The opening of the new offices marks an important step in our global expansion. To date, Muntajat serves customers in more than 120 countries. With additional offices expected to open before the end of year, we are on track in growing our international reach, building scale and continuing to develop new opportunities for the State of Qatar’s downstream industry,” said Abdulrahman Ali Al-Abdulla, Chief Executive Officer, Muntajat.


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