Strategically located between Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the UAE, Abu Dhabi Food Hub – KEZAD is a one-stop-shop integrated ecosystem to facilitate wholesale trade and logistics across all food categories.
The 3.3 square kilometres project is a joint venture between Abu Dhabi Ports Group and Ghassan Aboud Group, in collaboration with Rungis, is a future-focussed supply chain platform and an integral part of UAEs food security agenda. It is set to be the largest integrated ecosystem for trading of all food commodities in the region and will comprise of traders, logistics services providers, value add service providers, government enablers, and private commercial service providers.
As a dedicated food trade zone, the hub will cater to a wide range of food products including fruits and vegetables, meat and poultry, seafood, dairy, dry foods and dry commodities, flowers, and gourmet products.
Alongside the physical trading, Abu Dhabi Food Hub – KEZAD will drive digital trade through a robust first-of-its-kind platform that enables ecommerce and inbound-outbound trading formalities, all on a single-window digital platform.
The hub is an ambitious venture of global scale and will play an important part in modernizing food trade in the region.
Abu Dhabi Food Hub – KEZAD is a joint venture between Abu Dhabi Ports Group and Dubai based conglomerate, Ghassan Aboud Group. The venture brings together the strengths of both government and private entities to offer superior infrastructure, customer-centric approach, and ease of doing business for broader business community.
In addition, by virtue of our collaboration with Rungis Marche International, world’s #1 food wholesale market, we leverage 50-years of experience in operating a world-class wholesale market that conforms to utmost levels of food safety and security at international standards and serving customers, both local and international.
With this collaboration, Abu Dhabi Food Hub – KEZAD will offer state of the art infrastructure that is genuinely focussed on enhancing the regional food trade and supply chain.