Arasco to showcase key products at Dubai show
Dubai, March 25, 2013
Arabian Agricultural Services Company (Arasco), a major player in supporting food security in Saudi Arabia, will be at the 'AGRA Middle East 2013' expo which opens on Tuesday (March 26) at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC).
The AGRA ME 2013 is the most important event in the Middle East with respect to the agricultural trade and provides opportunities for international manufacturers and suppliers, said the event organisers.
With the presence of 180 manufacturing companies from different parts of the world, Arasco intends to cast light during the events of the exhibition, on its high qualitative and internationally competitive products.
To this end, platform of Arasco will exhibit fish fodder products, Di-calcium Phosphate, Premix and DCF.
Commenting on this occasion, Hosam Alkadi, the VP sales & marketing at Arasco said, "With a surge in demand, both locally and internationally, and the good reputation achieved by the company as reflected by its ongoing expansion, Arasco is willing to be more open to the international markets, particularly focusing on Gulf and Dubai markets which present promising markets for our products and a threshold for embarking into international markets."
He said AGRA ME 2013-Dubai presents a good opportunity for Arasco to meet investors of agricultural sector of Gulf countries, which are witnessing now, an increasing interest in the issues of food security and investments related to this sector.
The event, noted Alkadi, provides a good opportunity for Arasco to highlight the benefits of its products for the participants and hold discussions on possible tieups with other key players.
"Such economic agricultural gatherings provides an environment and opportunity for us to have discussions about means of developing (a comprehensive food policy), exchange experiences in this field, enhance its vision with regard to the necessity of Gulf agricultural integration to ensure food security and sustainable development of the region countries," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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