Agro firm Al Dahra BayWa expands business to Dubai with new warehouse

By Amirtha P S, Desk Reporter
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UAE’s leading sustainable agribusiness company, Al Dahra BayWa has unveiled its plans to open a new warehouse in Dubai in line with its vision to expand its operations and to be closer to customers and suppliers.

The business expansion to Dubai represents a forward step in achieving Al Dahra BayWa’s vision of solidifying its market presence and promoting its diverse line of tomato produce across the UAE.

With this move, Al Dahra BayWa intends to ensure optimum distribution of its locally grown, premium quality tomatoes under its Mahalli brand to Dubai and the northern emirates.

The new facility will help enhance the firm’s logistics and distribution power and ensure a faster delivery to local markets throughout the UAE. It will also include a fully equipped station for loading and unloading containers dispatched through trucks, manned by qualified staff to ensure efficient operations.

Al Dahra BayWa is a pioneer of innovative farming in the UAE that aims to support the country’s food security strategy through sustainable agricultural practices. Spanning over 12 hectares of facilities, of which 11 hectares are dedicated to a semi-closed greenhouse and nursery. The firm manages a hi-tech infrastructure, manned by a team of experts, to grow premium tomatoes all year round.

Georg Czerny
Georg Czerny
MD – Al Dahra BayWa

“We look forward to supplying major retailers with fresh, high-quality tomatoes at an efficient delivery time. This move demonstrates our readiness to serve markets across the UAE, as part of our expansion plan. We reaffirm our commitment to expand our business for the long term and play a key contributor role to the development of the high-tech agribusiness sector in the UAE.”

The UAE-based company yields quality tomato produce using innovative sustainable farming methods with a 100 percent irrigation recirculation process and the most water-efficient system with 80 percent less irrigation water compared to traditional open-field farming.

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