Dow in Saudi Arabia

Dow has been investing in Saudi Arabia since 1976 and is the largest foreign investor in the country in the petrochemical sector. Dow maintains several joint ventures in the region, including Sadara Chemical Company, a joint venture with Saudi Aramco that reached full commercial operation in 2017. Comprising 26 manufacturing units, Sadara is one of the world’s largest integrated chemical facilities and the largest ever built in a single phase. Dow also has joint ventures with Juffali & Brothers and owns a joint venture stake in Saudi Acrylic Monomer Company (SAMCo).