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About us

Q Line Gulf General Trading stands as a beacon of reliability in the FMCG sector. With a legacy dating back to 2001, we've been the go-to choice for brand building and distribution across the Gulf Cooperation Council.

Success Driven

Mutual Respect


Customer Care

Integrity & Honesty


Team Work

Q Line Gulf General Trading is a reputable FMCG brand building and distribution company established in 2001 as a member of Mohammed Bin Rashid Est. and under the Small Medium Enterprise Development Program. We specialize in importing premium international brands for distribution throughout the Gulf Cooperative Council Countries, including Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and the United Arab Emirates. Our executive team, composed of seasoned professionals with over 40 years of combined experience in the Middle East FMCG industry, including former senior roles at well known brands such as Red Bull UAE and COCA COLA UAE, is dedicated to providing exceptional service and support to our partners and clients.

We understand that every brand and product line is unique, and we work closely with our partners to develop and implement custom distribution strategies to maximize efficiency and achieve business goals. We are always seeking to expand our portfolio of brands and welcome the opportunity to work with organizations that share our passion for delivering high-quality service. Please contact us today to discuss a tailored solution for your brand.

Our UAE Partners

GCC Overview

The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is a regional political organization comprising the Gulf monarchies – Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.

When and why was it founded?

Since its establishment in Abu Dhabi in 1981, the GCC has promised to achieve ever closer union between the Gulf countries. Western analysts originally attributed its foundation to security concerns, which have always plagued the Gulf monarchies, but the founding charter focused more on issues of social and cultural cohesion, environmental and scientific coordination and economic cooperation.

The Kingdom of Bahrain

Its 1.3 million people enjoy a GDP per capita of $40,500.


Its population is double that of Bahrain. They enjoy the 10th highest standard of living ($48,900 per person). The country holds 9% of the world's oil reserves.1.3 million people enjoy a GDP per capita of $40,500.

The Sultanate of Oman

Its dwindling oil reserves means it must rely on tourism more to improve the lifestyle of its 4 million residents.


The richest country in the world, with a GDP per capita of $179,000 for its 1,600,000 residents. It has 25 billion barrels of proven oil reserves and 14% of the world's natural gas reserves.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

The largest of the GCC countries (30 million people) has 20% of the world's proven oil reserves. Its GDP per capita is only $24,200.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE)

Its 8.1 million people enjoy a per capita GDP of $49,600.

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