Sudair Industrial City

Sudair Industrial City is a 258 square kilometre planned city which started development in 2009. It is positioned approximately 120 km from  the capital Riyadh.

It is located directly on the road linking Riyadh city with the north of Saudi Arabia. In addition to that, Riyadh Airport is closely adjacent to the site. Another key advantage is proximity to the North-South railway line which connects Riyadh to Jordan and runs through districts in Saudi Arabia with significant raw materials such as phosphate and bauxite.

Sudair Industrial City attracts light-to-medium manufacturers and logistics companies with a dry port planned in the area. In the past ten years of its development progress has been slow having to compete with many new industrial estates in the country.