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The positive results were driven by a 141 percent year-on-year surge in revenue. (East Pipes)
  • East Pipes said the financial impact of the 12-month contract will show in the second half of 2023 and the first quarter of 2024.
  • On 14 May, the company signed a contract with Abdullah Ibrahim Al Sayegh & Sons, valued at SAR81 million, for supplying steel pipes to the firm.

Dubai, UAE — East Pipes Integrated Company for Industry said Monday that it will manufacture and supply pipes for various projects of the energy giant Aramco under an SAR 1.8 billion ($480 million) contract signed between the two firms.

In a Tadawul disclosure, East Pipes said the financial impact of the 12-month contract will show in the second half of 2023 and the first quarter of 2024.

There are no related parties to the deal, the company added.

On 14 May, the company signed a contract with Abdullah Ibrahim Al Sayegh & Sons, valued at SAR81 million, for supplying steel pipes to the firm.

It said the impact of the five-month contract will reflect in the second half of this year.