• Mining & Minerals: The contribution of the mining and minerals sector to the Saudi economy is set to increase by half by 2020, to $26 billion per year, and adding 25,000 new jobs to the sector
  • Aluminium & Fabricated Metals: The sheer amount of projects and construction planned in the kingdom is increasingly making it a more attractive destination for aluminum and fabricated metals production.
  • Pharmaceuticals & related equipment: Saudi Arabia’s expenditures on pharmaceuticals were valued at around $6.9 billion in 2016 with industry estimates suggesting a 10 percent annual growth rate.
  • Food & Beverage (F&B): The food & beverage industry in Saudi Arabia, accounted for 12% of GDP in 2016 and is expected to grow  5.9% from 2016 to 2020.
  • Machinery & Equipment: Hundreds of projects are creating unprecedented demand for the latest construction industry machinery, technology and tools, as well as spare parts for them
  • Construction & Building Materials: Over 3.2 million new housing units will be needed, with over 800,000 for the capital city of Riyadh alone, as well as hospitals, schools, universities and leisure centers.
  • Automotive manufacturing:  The Saudi Government is seeking to develop a domestic automotive industry, given that the Kingdom accounts for 40% of all vehicles sold in the region