Qatalum not planning independent marketing unit
- Qatar: Thursday, January 17 - 2013 at 04:44
Qatar Aluminium (Qatalum) has said it has no immediate plans to establish an independent marketing entity, even as it seeks to strengthen its position in Turkish market, Gulf Times has reported. "At present, we do not have any plans since an agreement (with joint venture partner) is already in place," Saed al-Marri, sales and marketing manager, told reporters when asked whether Qatalum was open to establishing a marketing arm in the lines of Qatar Petroleum recently establishing 'Muntajat,' a unit for marketing petrochemicals. The company is currently focusing on securing more business from the Middle East region, especially for its products in the automotive industry, he said.
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