Saudi Arabian Mining Company (Ma'aden), together with its subsidiaries, operates as a mining and metals company in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Indian Subcontinent and the Asia-Pacific, Brazil, Singapore, GCC MENA, Africa, Europe, the United Kingdom, Australia, Latin America, North America, Switzerland, and internationally. The company operates through Phosphate, Precious and Base Metals, and Aluminium segments. It primarily mines for gold, phosphate rock, bauxite, kaolin, and magnesite, as well as copper, zinc, and silver concentrates. The company sells phosphate fertilizers, ammonia, and industrial minerals, as well as aluminum and flat rolled products directly to customers and through marketing agents. It principally holds interests in the Mahd Ad-Dahab, Bulghah, Al-Amar, Sukhaybarat, As Suq, Ad Duwayhi, Al-Jalamid, Al-Khabra, Az Zabirah, Al-Ghazallah, and Al-Ba’itha mines. The company also produces aluminum and T-shape ingots, slabs, sheets, and billets; and urea, phosphate, and potassium fertilizers, as well as manages and develops infrastructure projects. Saudi Arabian Mining Company (Ma'aden) was founded in 1997 and is based in Riyadh, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.