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Al Kout History

1960 MEW establishes the Salt and Chlorine plant in Shuwaikh, Kuwait
1963 Ownership of the plant was passed on to PIC
1974 PIC relocates the Salt and Chlorine Plant to Shuaiba Industrial Area
2000 PIC sells the Salt and Chlorine Plant to Ahlia Industrial Projects, a subsidairy of Ahlia Investment Company
2002 AIP becomes a listed company in the Kuwaiti Stock Exchange
2003 The plant underwent a major revamping and plant production capacity was increased from 25 to 80 tons of Chlorine per day.
2004 AIP entered into a JV with Larosa Transport to deliver our products. Later on, AIP bought all the shares from Larosa and renamed it to Ahlia Logistics and Transport Company (ALTC).
2006 APP signed an agreement to distribute the global oilfield chemical company Champion Technologies products in Kuwait
2007 The company was renamed to Al Kout Industrial Projects
2008 AIP acquired KD 15 million stake in Al Dorra Petroleum Services Company
2009 AIP increased its plant production capacity to 100 tons of Chlorine per day
2010 Al Kout Petrochemical Projects was established
2010 AIP further increased its production to reach 130 tons of Chlorine per day
2011 AIP acquired a nonoperating Chlor-Alkali production facility at Abu Dhabi, Safewater Chemicals
2012 AIP revamped the Safewater plant and increased its capacity from 5 tons to 20 tons of Chlorine per day
2016 AIP further increased the capacity to 40 tons of Chlorine per day at Safewater Chemicals
2018 AIP acquired United Materials Company – MAWAD a chemical
2019 AIP increased its plant production capacity to 180 tons of Chlorine per day