QAPCO opens office in South Africa

QAPCO opens office in South Africa

4:01 AM, 24th January 2012
QAPCO opens office in South Africa
Inauguration of QAPCO office in South Africa.

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA: Qatar Petrochemical Company (QAPCO) inaugurated its representative office in Cape Town, South Africa on 12 January 2012. In pursuit of its objective to be one of leading international petrochemical suppliers, QAPCO has structured one of the most competent global marketing networks to support its ambitious expansion plan.

Dr Mohamed Yousef Al-Mulla, Vice Chairman and CEO, QAPCO emphasized the importance of South African market to QAPCO which has been supplying its LDPE products to great number of South African customers for over 20 years, which resulted in an ideal mutual beneficial strategic partnership. He also said that customers today expect and demand quality products at fair market value and top-notch services and QAPCO is genuinely committed to meeting those demands.

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