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Jaleel Cash to develop Dhs100m facility
February 26, 2018
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DUBAI: Jaleel Cash & Carry, the region’s largest bulk buy outlet chain and a division of UAE-based leading investment company Jaleel Holdings, has announced the development of its biggest facility at Dubai Wholesale City (DWSC) at an investment of Dhs100 million. The DWSC is the region’s largest fully integrated wholesale hub.

Jaleel Cash & Carry has revolutionised the FMCG wholesale market in the region. Jaleel Holdings introduced the popular cash-and-carry concept of the European and US markets to the Middle East region with due consideration to the unique characteristics and requirements of the region. Jaleel Cash & Carry stocks products in categories like foodstuff, non-food, cosmetics, home appliances and other FMCG items.

The Jaleel Cash & Carry unit at the DWSC will span over an area of 300,000 square feet. The premises will include a fully integrated state-of-art direct sale warehouse accommodating more than 250 employees, as well as a flagship store, storage and cooling facilities and manpower accommodation in the DWSC labor villages.

Sameer K Mohamed, Managing Director of Jaleel Holdings, and Abdulla Belhoul, CEO of Dubai Wholesale City, signed an agreement in this regard in the presence of Saud Abu Al-Shawareb, COO of Dubai Industrial Park on the sidelines of the recently held Gulfood 2018.

Sameer Mohamed of Jaleel Holdings, said, “We are pleased to partner with Dubai Wholesale City and believe that this new facility will help us to expand our presence in the region and strengthen our status as a pioneer in food trading. Today, especially in light of the strong competition in the UAE market, every entity is keen to achieve excellence and efficiency in production, distribution, and transportation in order to keep up with the development goals and targets of the country. In this regard, a fully-integrated destination such as Dubai Wholesale City supports the aspirations of business operators and investors with its offering of smart solutions and superior infrastructure.”

“The investment climate in the UAE is very welcoming and thus facilitates growth of business in the country. As part of our growth strategies, we are constantly increasing our product range and ensure cost efficiency on our existing offerings, and distribute the higher quality products in line with the government’s guidelines focused on quality,” he added.

Abdulla Belhoul said, “We are happy to welcome Jaleel Holdings to Dubai Wholesale City. We are confident that their new facility will benefit from DWSC’s strategic location and superior infrastructure to enhance their position in the market and contribute to their growth story.”

“Dubai Wholesale City offers a comprehensive, modern, and well-integrated infrastructure and facilities that optimizes the production and distribution of products. We remain committed to accelerating the development of the trade and manufacturing sectors in Dubai and the wider UAE, and helping our business partners build and grow their businesses,” he added.

Jaleel Holdings is one of the largest FMCG wholesale companies in the region, with a number of locations across the UAE.

Jaleel Holdings’ consistent growth in business has brought in remarkable changes over the years. Quality, consistency and sustainability are the hallmarks of its value system that has been cascaded across the organization at all times.

WAM

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