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Saudi Arabia Projects

  • Track more than 2,000 active Saudi projects worth over $1.6 trillion
  • Find new business opportunities in Saudi Arabia
  • Build relationship with key personnel involved in the projects
  • Gain market intelligence and competitive edge
  • Evaluate past and future movements to produce tactical reports

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With more than $1.6tn worth of major projects planned or underway, Saudi Arabia is the biggest projects market in the region, accounting for almost half of the entire GCC projects market. Driven by rapid population growth and surging demand for all kinds of goods and services, ranging from consumer products, to electricity and healthcare services, to infrastructure, the kingdom’s projects sector is nearly double the size of the region’s next biggest projects market, the UAE. 

Currently MEED Projects is tracking more than 2,000 Saudi projects worth over $1.6 trillion in oil, gas, construction, transport, power and water sectors. You can get in contact with personnel involved in those Saudi projects and learn about projects in the tender process.

To see how MEED Projects can help you develop new business in the ​Saudi projects market, please request a demo by simply filling in the form ​above.

"MEED Projects allows Saudi Aramco to effectively evaluate our capital resource program. In concentrated markets such as the Middle East, we have to compete harder to get the best resources. Having the complete MEED Projects package ensures we have full visibility of the projects market and the correct balance of contractors working on Saudi Aramco's projects."


"MEED Projects has been a crucial to our navigation throughout financially difficult times. MEED Projects has allowed Unibeton to effectively forecast and align its growth strategy for the coming years in an increasingly competitive marketplace. The regular updates have increased our first to market advantage for new projects allowing Unibeton to properly match our environmental and technical products to project requirements."


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