Ajmal Perfumes plans 90 new outlets
Dubai, October 26, 2008
Ajmal Perfumes, the UAE-based fragrance maker, has planned to launch 90 new outlets across the region, in line with the surge in the Gulf's retail sector, a report said.
The Middle East perfume market is seeing an annual growth of 12 per cent, Abdullah Ajmal, the company's deputy general manager, was quoted as saying in the Gulf News report.
'At present we have 110 outlets within the GCC. In the next three to five years we hope to reach the 200 figure,' stated Ajmal.
The company is eyeing other overseas markets. At present, it covers 20 countries and it hopes to expand to more than 30 countries.
Ajmal produces 50,000 bottles a day at its huge factory in Dubai.
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