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Gulfood: KIT and Garra together to offer the best deals

KIT International and Garra International will be together for the first time at Gulfood Dubai, the most important food fair in the Middle East. In 2019 the companies joined forces and now they present a complete portfolio and differentiated services at the 25th edition of the fair, which brings together more than 5,000 exhibitors from to 16th and 20th of February.
KIT and Garra will be placed at Hall 3 - 310. Together, they play an important role in the international commercialization of beef, chicken, pork and sheep, also acting in the export of vegetables, dairy products, fish and seafood. At the companies’ stand, visitors will be able to chat with the group's commercial team, with representatives from different countries.
“We have a prepared team to serve visitors, independent of their region of origin. Today, we have offices and representatives in nine countries and most of the traders are at Gulfood to serve the Middle East, an important market for our group”, affirms Frederico Kaefer, CEO at KIT International.

Global sales meeting
This Friday, the 14th, the commercial team and the CEOs of the companies, Frederico Kaefer and Ali Mossalem, met in Dubai to align the agenda for Gulfood and present the strategies for the year 2020. “We are very optimistic about the 2020. We will continue to work so that our customers have the best products, with the best market conditions. For those interested in importing quality protein from countries with guaranteed supply, come visit us at Gulfood. We have the best negotiations to offer”, says Kaefer.
 
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