• Construction

    We work with prestigious clients throughout the Kingdom – on equally prestigious projects.

  • Security services

    At Afras, we take security very seriously.Through our subsidiary, Siaj Al-Watan Security Services Est.

  • Housekeeping and cleaning

    We’ve developed our housekeeping and cleaning services over many years.

  • Operation and Maintenance

    Plant operation and maintenance has been at the core of our activities since Afras began in 1976.

  • Landscaping & Commercial gardening

    Gardening should be a pleasure – and it’s a popular pastime in Saudi Arabia.

  • Hospitality

    If you need short- or long-term professional service or leisure industry staff in Saudi Arabia, Afras is on hand to help.

  • Why Afras Services?

    We have qualified human resources and an operating capacity. Availing Appropriate environmental solutions to all sectors in the Kingdom

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Afras launches new Universal Access Number (+966) 9200 33388

Afras launches new universal 9200 number for ease of contact for customers and partners (+966) 9200 33388 ...

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Applying DMS

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New Agreement with HDF

AFRAS sign a new agreement with Human Resources Development Fund ...

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