Hall: Za'abeel Hall 5 Stand: Z5-F21
Al-Khair Exports are one of the largest contributors to the global export of rice and sugar in the region. As a dynamic organization, Al-Khair Exports seeks to expand its global footprint and further improve the country's position in the international market. We use our expertise to bring the inherent goodness of Rice, Sugar, Spices, and Grains to everyone, every day. We never compromise on purity, taste, quality or nutrition, so with AL-KHAIR EXPORTS you can always feel good. AL -KHAIR EXPORTS is one of the emerging in production, and export of Rice, Sugar, pulses, spices and Grains etc. products. Started as a business in 2001. Best quality is our identity. We are rebound for our best products with unmatched rates. We believe in making relationship. Our Mission to become world's largest trading company of agricultural commodities by adhering to highest standards practices. To provide highest quality of agricultural commodities that surpasses our customers' expectations. To constantly analyse and improvise on our unique quality management techniques for our customers' satisfaction. To create an excellent network of distributors the world over. Our vision to provide impeccable and transparent information to our customers to further strengthen their trust in us. To create a network of customers and suppliers who believe in our highest standard of business practices.
Address218-219-220, 2nd floor
Ansal Tower -38
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