Saudi Tabreed follows the strategy of a distributed profit centre business philosophy in welcoming partners who bring synergy to the Saudi Tabreed business model. Currently Saudi Tabreed has formed multiple joint venture companies in partnership with regional and local main players, or as fully owned subsidiaries.
The company and its project companies include Saudi Dhahran District Cooling Company (SDCC), Central District Cooling Company (CDCC) and the Operation and Maintenance for District Cooling Systems (STOM).
Saudi Dhahran District Cooling Company (SDCC)
This special purpose venture was created to supply chilled water to various Aramco facilities in Dhahran.
Saudi Dhahran District Cooling Company has a current capacity of 32,000 TR and is a fully owned subsidiary of Saudi Tabreed. The company is registered in Saudi Arabia, Eastern Province with Saudi Tabreed and ACWA Holding as partners within the company.
Central District Cooling Company (CDCC)
The Central District Cooling Company venture was designed to supply chilled water to various commercial and residential buildings within the Jabal Omar Development.
With a total capacity of 55,000 TR the Central District Cooling Company was formed in association with (JODC) Jabal Omar Development Company and is based in Makkah, KSA.
Operation and Maintenance Company for District Cooling Systems (STOM)
STOM is a fully owned subsidiary created in 2010 to cater for the operation and maintenance of district cooling facilities within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
STOM is currently entered into two twenty-five year long-term contracts with Saudi Dhahran District Cooling Company and the Central District Cooling Company where it is responsible for the operation and maintenance of Saudi Aramco and Jabal Omar. King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD) is currently entered in to a ten year contract with STOM.