Qanbar Ready Mix has more than 40 years’ experience in the supply of quality Ready Mixed Concrete, opening their first plant in 1980. Joint ventures with international companies including Steetly, Redlands, Lafarge & Dywidag have complemented our experience and knowledge.

When Saudi Arabia started to build mega industrial cities in Jubail and Yanbu in the 70’s, the Al Ansari Group, in a bold move, opened a ready mix plant in Dammam in 1978 in a venture with Steetley of the UK, followed by a second plant in Hofuf in 1980.

Their success inspired the group to set up Qanbar Ready Mix in Jubail 1980 alongside sister company Qanbar Dywidag Precast Concrete Company (QDC), the largest precast operation in the Eastern Province. QDC was set up in partnership with Dycherhoff and Widmann (Dywidag) of Germany, before the Al Ansari Group became its sole owner in 2002. As business flourished, Qanbar Steetley expanded into other parts of the Kingdom and Qanbar Ready Mix into major cities of the Kingdom.

Qanbar Ready Mix supplied many of the major infrastructure projects within the various Economic Development plans of Saudi Arabia with millions of cubic meters of concrete.




QRM counts among its successes educational institutions such as Qassim University, King Faisal University in Al Ahsa, Prince Mohammed University and Taiba University, as well as several schools and colleges.


From staircases to full-frame building systems, QRM has supplied a wide range of elements to numerous housing projects throughout the kingdom for prestigious clients including Saudi Aramco, Royal Commission and Sabic.


From blast-resistant substations at Jizan Refinery to integrated chemical facilities for Sadara and the Manifa offshore oilfield, QRM’s quality precast elements have helped shape diverse industrial facilities in Saudi Arabia


QRM precast solutions have been used in the construction of a several commercial buildings throughout Saudi Arabia including Saudia’s facilities in Jeddah, Sabic headquarters in Riyadh, Al Dabbal Commercial Tower in Dammam.

Public infrastructure

QRM holds credit for having contributed to landmark infrastructure projects in Saudi Arabia including the Haramain High-Speed Railway, King Fahd International Airport and the car-parks at Jeddah Islamic Port and Al Mouwasat Hospital.

Other Miscellaneous

No project is too big or small for QRM – its diverse portfolio can cater to requirements of boundary walls, guard houses, manholes, pipe racks, cooling towers, box culverts and street furniture.