Kuwait Agri­cul­ture Com­pany joins Horeca

Kuwait Times - - LOCAL -

KUWAIT: Prepa­ra­tions for the Horeca Kuwait 2017 ex­hi­bi­tion are steadily pro­gress­ing, and the event is at­tract­ing more com­pa­nies to take part, since it is an event which pro­vides a golden op­por­tu­nity to ex­change ex­per­tise to meet the lo­cal mar­ket’s needs and fu­ture ex­pan­sion plans.

In this re­gard, Kuwait Agri­cul­ture Com­pany’s Chair­man Jawad Nasser Al-Ar­bash an­nounced his com­pany’s in­ten­tion to take part in the ex­hi­bi­tion, stressing that it has been tak­ing part as an ex­clu­sive agent for so many fa­mous in­ter­na­tional brands.

Ar­bash added that since its in­cep­tion in 1968 as a poul­try and restau­rants’ pro­ducer, Kuwait Agri­cul­ture Com­pany has been work­ing on ex­pand­ing its op­er­a­tion as a ma­jor im­porter and dis­tributer of food stuff, re­ly­ing on its large fleet of read­ily avail­able and fully equipped de­liv­ery trucks.

Fur­ther, Ar­bash stressed that Kuwait Agri­cul­ture Com­pany has spe­cial­ized sale sec­tions to cover all com­mer­cial chan­nels and pro­vide qual­ity prod­ucts with rea­son­able prices. “This strat­egy had a great role in in­creas­ing our an­nual sales to over $180 mil­lion-worth of food, non-food and re­tail prod­ucts, as well as ho­tel and restau­rant food ser­vices and many oth­ers,” he un­der­lined. Ar­bash con­cluded by high­light­ing his com­pany’s par­tic­i­pa­tion in Horeca 2017, not­ing that it tar­gets en­hanc­ing its sta­tus and ex­pand­ing its work through ac­quir­ing more in­ter­na­tional fran­chises.

Horeca Kuwait 2017 has so far at­tracted over 70 com­pa­nies due to dis­play their prod­ucts in the pres­ence of a group of in­ter­na­tional ex­perts and chefs and a large group of com­pany and ho­tel own­ers. The ex­hi­bi­tion is or­ga­nized by Lead­ers Group in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Hos­pi­tal­ity Ser­vices Com­pany at Kuwait In­ter­na­tional Fair­grounds in Mishref on Jan­uary 16-18, 2017.

Jawad Al-Ar­bash

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