Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company – GPIC

Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (GPIC) was founded on 5 December 1979 as cooperation among Gulf Cooperation Council member States for the manufacture of fertilizers and petrochemicals by utilizing Bahrain’s natural gas as feedstock. It was established as a joint venture and is equally owned by NOGA Holding, Saudi Agri-Nutrient Investment Company (SABIC) and Kuwait’s Petrochemical Industries Company (PIC). GPIC manufactures Ammonia, Methanol, and granular Urea products, which are distributed to customers worldwide.

GPIC is a significant contributor to the national economy of Bahrain injecting around $271 million annually into the economy.
GPIC considers itself a role model in the protection of the environment and was the first industrial company to use practical demonstration projects to verify the environmental credentials of its operations.

Ahli United Bank

AUB and its network of subsidiaries and associated companies form a banking group that provides: retail banking, corporate banking, treasury and investment services, private banking and wealth management services and Islamic banking products & services besides offering conventional and Takaful life insurance products. AUB’s network extends across Bahrain, Kuwait, UAE, UK, Egypt, Iraq, Oman & Libya.



With roots going back to 1883, BMMI is headquartered in Bahrain, and is a diversified retail and distribution, hospitality, and contract services and supply group with operations in eight countries.

Powered by a world-class integrated logistics supply chain capability, and a robust and professional support infrastructure, BMMI is one of the leading and fastest-growing private sector enterprises in the GCC region. The Group’s business philosophy embraces a commitment to ‘making a difference’ in everything it does.