Saudi Arabian Mining Company (Ma'aden)

Metals and Mining
Established in 1997
Saudi Arabia

MA'ADEN (Saudi Arabian Mining Co.) is a multi-commodity mining and metals company, active in gold, phosphate, fertilizer, base metals, aluminum and managing its infrastructure industry. Ma'aden was formed by Royal Decree in 1997 to facilitate the development of Saudi Arabia's mineral resources, as the largest mining company in Saudi Arabia and Middle East. Ma’aden was listed in Tadawul (Saudi Stock Market) on 2008. The company is structured with corporate headquarters in Riyadh with several subsidiaries. The company was primarily focused on developing the Kingdom's gold mining operations, Then expanded to operate and process of diammonium phosphate plant with Ras Al-Khair's complex, an alumina refinery, smelter and rolling mill associated with the Alco joint venture, and links by rail to the phosphate mine in Wa’ad Al-Shamal. Further projects are underway consistent with Ma’aden being the third pillar of Vision 2030 for the Saudi Arabia’s economy.