Dallah Al-Baraka

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Dallah Albaraka
Founded 1969
Headquarters Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Area served
Middle East, North Africa, Asia, Europe
Key people
Saleh Abdullah Kamel, Chairman
Abdullah Saleh Kamel, CEO
Abdulrahman Alrwatie, Senior EVP
Abdulelah Sabbahi, CFO
Yaser Yamani, EVP for Corporate Social Responsibility
Abdulaziz Yamani, EVP for Development
Mohialden Saleh Kamel, EVP for Projects
Abdullah Yamani, EVP & General Counsel
Hadeel Saleh Kamel, Assistant to the CEO
Saud Algufaidi, Assistant to the CEO for Real Estate
Website http://www.dallah.com

Dallah Al-Baraka (Arabic: دله البركة‎) Holding Company (DBHC), is a private multinational corporation based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The company has holdings throughout the Middle East, North Africa, the Far East and Europe. The company is best classed as a conglomerate with investments including the financial, banking, healthcare, real estate, manufacturing, transportation, and operations and maintenance sectors.


The company was founded in 1969 as a courier service with the name Dallah Establishment. By 1979, it was one of the largest contractors to the Saudi Government.

Dallah Al-Baraka Holding company (DBHC) was created in 1984 when Dallah Establishment expanded its activities to include financial and banking services, health care, manufacturing, real estate and tourism, trading, agriculture, operations and maintenance and transportation. As DBHC continued to grow, major subsidiaries were established to manage the investments in key sectors. Today, DBHC is one of the largest conglomerates in the Middle East. In 2004, Group statistics included annual revenue of US$4,960 million and had 38,250 employees.[1]

Major Subsidiaries and Business Units[edit]

Dallah Group[edit]

Established in 1997, Dallah Group was orgainzed to perform contracts related to the operation and maintenance of airports and mosques, road construction, driving training schools, traffic control and business solutions, among other business lines.

Dallah Real Estate and Tourism Company[edit]

Dallah Real Estate and Tourism Company is a regional real-estate holding company that specializes in real estate advisory, management and development.

Al-Samaha Trade Holding Company[edit]

Al-Samaha Trade Holding Company specializes in trade within local and global markets. Its activities include importation of consumer goods, hoist platforms and servicing contracts to operate e-government services.

Al-Jazira Transport Company[edit]

The Al-Jazira Transport Company focuses on providing transportation services for Pilgrims and Omra visitors. Its activities also include refrigerated transport (a primary hauler for most of the dairy and juice producers in Saudi Arabia) while its fleet comprises more than 400 trucks and trailers in addition to 100 plus towing trucks and trailers for the transportation of dry and liquid materials, over 2,000 vehicles in total. [2]

Dallah Telecom Company[edit]

Dallah Telecom was established in 1990 to modernize telecommunications and information technology in Saudi Arabia and other countries in the region. Since its establishment, Dallah Telecom has implemented high-tech projects for wired and wireless telecommunications on regional and international levels. Dallah Telecom provides digital learning systems to Saudi universities and helps implement long-term education-development strategies. It also cooperates with local and international companies to develop new business opportunities and manage commercial telecommunications projects.

Other Investments[edit]

Dallah Albaraka Holding Company holds direct and indirect investments in many private and publicly traded/listed companies including:

  • Private Equity:
    • Al-Manakha Urban Project Development Holding Co.
    • Durrat Al-Riyadh Co. [3]
    • Dallah Eastbridge Investment Co.
    • Dallah Media Production Company [4]
    • Dallah for Technology and Alternative Energy
    • Ejada
    • Food Manufacturing Company (ULKER) [5]
    • Makkah Printing and Information Company
    • Maad International Co.
    • Okaz
    • Umm Alqura for Development & Construction
  • Publicly Listed Companies:
    • Majority Investments
    • Minority Investments
      • Jabal Omar Development Company
      • Bank Al Jazira


  1. ^ [1] Archived September 29, 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Al Jazirah geared up to serve Haj pilgrims". Arab News. 
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  4. ^ "قناة اقرأ الفضائية". Iqraa. 24 June 2012. Retrieved 9 December 2013. 
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  6. ^ [4] Archived December 23, 2010 at the Wayback Machine
  7. ^ [5][dead link]