Fahad Abdulrahman Ibrahim Hamoud Al-Jassar was born in Kuwait in 1927. He died on June 6, 1976. He was born in the Qibla district of Kuwait and is a resident of the Qibla area. He was fluent in several foreign languages including English, Hindi and Persian. From the beginning, he worked as a freelance entrepreneur and practiced trade since childhood. He traveled to many countries around the world, especially East Asia, where he imported wood.

Fahad Abdul Rahman Al Jassar is considered one of the first and most prominent and largest traders in Kuwait and Arabian Peninsula in the trade of timber and building materials. He was been educated by many wood traders in Kuwait and the Arabian Peninsula. He was one of the largest suppliers of teak wood and red wood in the Middle East.

Fahad Abdul Rahman Al Jassar was also known for his contributions abroad and inside Kuwait to help the poorly. These actions reflected the reputation of Kuwait and its people. His contributions in Kuwait have also helped needy and needful families, built many water coolers and contributed to the construction of mosques, houses and many other charitable works.

FAHAD ABDUL RAHMAN AL-JASSAR was the founder of this business who had well experience in Timber trade in Gulf and Middle East, also well known as specialist in Timber, very honest in dealing and a leader in Timber trade and Advisor.

The business started in the year 1953 under trade reg.no.3422 by importing timber from India and Fareast.

Initially company located at main road of Arabian Gulf Street on the sea side with an area of about 3000sqm. In the year 1970 the company shifted to Timber market in Shuwaikh Industrial area, Bank Street.

Now the company has 3 branches. One in Kuwait city, Ahmadi and Jahra. As well as main head office is in Shuwaikh

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