Al Dahra Namibia
Al Dahra has established operations in Namibia with the aim of cultivating lands for the production of dates.
The plantation, spreading over 500 acres of land, comprises 24,400 trees of different Palm tree varieties including Barhee, Majdool, Khalas, Lulu, Shrasi and Khenezi, most of which are considered as popular varieties in the GCC area. In addition and in order to complement its operations in Namibia, Al Dahra has planted around 4,000 date palm trees in Al Ain region in the United Arab Emirates. Through its combined investment in Namibia and the United Arab Emirates, Al Dahra has created the ability to supply high quality fresh dates in multiple varieties all year round, including the off-season period.
In February 2011, Al Dahra received the Khalifa International Date Palm Award for its project in Namibia. The award was granted by a presidential decree from the office of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Abu Dhabi.
Al Dahra has established operations in Namibia with the aim of cultivating lands for the production of grapes.
The plantation, spreading over 50 acres of land, comprises more than 35,000 grape trees for the production of various table grape varieties like early sweet seedless, flame and red globe grapes. The grapes produce is mainly used for distribution and marketing into the GCC, the Middle East and Africa.
Al Dahra intends to increase the cultivation of grapes with new varieties in order to gain a larger market share over the coming years.