Qassim supplies Saudi Arabia and the Arabian Gulf with the finest delicacies. The region is rich in water and has soil and a climate that is ideal for growing grapes, oranges, lemons, grapefruit, mandarin oranges, pomegranates, and a variety of vegetables.In terms of opportunities, the region has many projects under construction totaling $4.2 billion as part of Vision 2030's plan to revitalize the region's non-oil economy, providing a plethora of investment opportunities. Citizens, residents, and visitors of Qassim have access to 19 government hospitals, health facilities, two universities, one international airport and a railway that connects Qassim to Riyadh, Hail, and Al-Jouf.

1,488,285

population

73,000 km2

in landmass area

STRATEGIC SECTORS
  • Agriculture
  • Food processing
  • Trading
  • Mining
  • Logistics

KEY FACTS AND FIGURES

1,488,285

population

332

active factories in Q3 2021

1

International airport

384,470

number of employees

18

dams

14

Hotels

1

Sports City

4

Chambers of Commerce

5,907

roads length

3

industrial cities

19

hospitals with 2,909 beds

13

Towns

REGIONAL BENEFITS

INFRASTRUCTURE AND UTILITIES
AGRICULTURAL ENDOWMENT - CULTIVATION OF PALM TREES,DATES, & A VARIETY OF VEGETABLES
HIGH PRODUCTION CAPACITY FOR FOOD PRODUCTS
GEOLOGICAL RESOURCES SUCH AS BAUXITE

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES

palm

cultivation and date production