UAE-based Al Dhahra & Saudi’s ARASCO sign deal to supply WAFI Feed

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Officials from Al Dhahra and ARASCO during the signing ceremony.

UAE-based prominent leader in the agribusiness sector, Al Dhahra Holding has entered into an agreement with the biggest producer of complete animal feed in the Middle East, ARASCO in order to supply up to 180,000 tons of WAFI animal feed to the Emirates.

The company said in a statement that the WAFI Feed will be supplied through Al Dhahra to UAE’s market.

The agreement comes within the framework of the strategic partnership between the two companies years ago. Al Dhahra is one of the biggest suppliers of raw materials to ARASCO.

Both companies exchange supplies up to 500,000 tons per annum of complete feed products and forage stock, as per the statement.

Commenting on the occasion, Mr. Khadim Abdulla Al Darei, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Al Dhahra, stated that “the supply agreement constitutes a significant pillar to boost the mutual work of the companies to produce the best products to the customers in KSA and UAE. Al Dhahra provides ARASCO with feed materials from its agriculture projects around the world while ARASCO provides Al Dhahra with its needs from complete animal feed, poultry feed, and other forage products to the Emirati market.”

Al Dhahra and ARASCO seek promotion of the existing integration and continuous production of more animal feed products and ensure as well as support the stability of supplies inside the UAE and Saudi Arabia, as per the statement.

Mr. Mohammed Abdullah Al Kharif, Chairman of ARASCO Board of Directors noted that, “From our position as the biggest manufacturer of complete animal feed in KSA and ME, we fully acknowledge the importance of having the raw materials and feedstocks from Al Dhahra projects worldwide. Cooperation with a prominent pioneer in this field like “Al Dhahra Agriculture” helps us to fulfill our commitment to offer the best products in markets. We will continue supplying more Wafi feed to Al Dhahra Company during the coming years.”

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