Al Hamriyah Free Zone to participate in 27th "Gulfood" 2022
Sharjah24: The Hamriyah Free Zone Authority (HFZA) has confirmed its participation in the 27th edition of the Gulfood 2022, the world's largest annual food and beverage trade exhibition, which will be held at Dubai World Trade Centre, from 13th to17th February, with the participation of over 4,000 companies from 120 countries. HFZA's pavilion is expected to highlight the exclusive privileges and benefits, facilities, advanced infrastructure and investment solutions provided to investors. Exhibitors and visitors will be introduced to the promising opportunities in the "Sharjah Food Park", which is the first and largest integrated facility dedicated to the food industry across the country and the region. Extending over an area of 11 million sq ft food park, Sharjah Food Park includes about 1700 companies operating in food manufacturing, preservation, packaging, re-packaging, import, and export to and from various markets around the globe. "Our annual participation in Gulfood falls within our strategy to attend major international events to promote HFZA as one of MENA's fastest-growing and most attractive zones for investors from all over the world," said Saud Salim Al Mazrouei, Director of Hamriyah Free Zone Authority. "The successes achieved during the previous sessions in terms of attracting some food and beverage companies give us a strong impetus to achieve effective participation enabling us to realize our goals when it comes to luring more investors to Sharjah as a leading business destination in the region. Hamriyah Free Zone invited Gulfood visitors to stop by its pavilion to learn about the facilities provided to businessmen and companies from different countries. These include the issuance of licenses to investors in the “Sharjah Food Park”, food export health certificates, no-objection certificates, official approvals, training and counseling, food inspection services, support, care, and guidance services, in addition to mediation and connecting investors with local bodies.