Marmum signs deals worth Dh27 million at EuroTier ME

Marmum signs deals worth Dh27 million at EuroTier ME
Sultan Al Jaberi and Tariq Ahmed Al Wahedi at the signing ceremony of the contracts. - Supplied photo

Marmum has pioneered innovations related to dairy farming.



By Staff Report

Published: Wed 4 Sep 2019, 10:49 PM

Last updated: Thu 5 Sep 2019, 6:45 PM

Marmum, one of the leading dairy and juice companies in the UAE, signed contracts worth Dh27 million with two of the leading national feed producers in the UAE. 
The deals were signed by Sultan Al Jaberi, managing director of Marmum with Edward Iskandar Hamod, General Manager of the National Feed and Flour Production and Marketing Company, with Tariq Ahmed Al Wahedi, CEO of the Agthia Group, the parent company of the animal feed brand Agrivita, on Wednesday, in Abu Dhabi at the first-ever EuroTier Middle East event, which concluded on Wednesday. 
"As a local, home-grown brand we are committed to creating high volumes of good quality fresh milk and other milk products, to contribute to the demands of the nation. The population is increasing and we are an environmentally conscious brand that recognises the need for sustainable farming to meet the continuity of food supplies at a national level. Our large scale investments in acquiring livestock feed from national producers is an extended validation of this commitment'," Al Jaberi said.  
EuroTier is the world's leading trade fair for animal production providing a comprehensive overview of technology and service innovations in the animal husbandry industry. This year the first-ever edition of the EuroTier Middle East was organised with Marmum partnering as the host sponsor for the event. 
With a history spanning 35 years, Marmum is one of the premiere dairy suppliers in the region and has been at the forefront for pioneering innovations related to dairy farming. Marmum continues investing in the latest technology ensuring that their state-of-the-art facility produces dairy products of the highest quality every day.
The association of Marmum as the host sponsor to the EuroTier Middle East exhibition has been an obvious outcome related to the shared values of Marmum's innovation-led farming strategy and EuroTier's commitment for showcasing new technologies. The exhibition also aims to become a platform for key stakeholders in livestock management to convene from all across the region to share insights and knowledge, as well as an opportunity for industry business transactions. - business@khaleejtimes.com
 


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