Her Majesty's Trade Commissioner for the Middle East visits Al Maya

British Trade Commissioner discusses with Al Maya Group to enhance Imports of British FMCG goods to UAE

  
Her Majesty's Trade Commissioner for the Middle East visits Al Maya

HE Mr Simon Penney, Her Majesty’s Trade Commissioner for the Middle East, Afghanistan & Pakistan has welcomed by Mr Kamal Vachani, Group director at Al Maya. They discussed the ways to enhance business relationship with UK companies and to increase imports from UK.   Al Maya Group imports a large number of FMCG goods from UK and are constantly expanding their range of UK products in their supermarkets.  The UK products have well accepted in UAE and Middle East and Al Maya has been a pioneer in stocking, displaying and distributing British products.

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