SHARJAH, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES — The Sharjah Department of Agriculture and Livestock (SDAL) announced on April 3 that it has signed a contract with Al-Ain Mills, part of Jordan-based Al-Hazaa Investment Group, to grind the crop of the Mleiha wheat farm.

The contract was signed by Dr. Khalifa Musabah Al Tunaiji, head of the Department of Agriculture and Livestock, and Abdullah Al Hazaa, executive director of Al-Ain Mills, in the presence of several government and company representatives.

Al Tunaiji said the signing of the contract with Al-Ain Mills exemplifies the vital partnership with the private sector, to enhance the level of efficiency in carrying out high-quality work in order to achieve preference for “Seven Sanabel” flour based on the highest standards.

“We congratulate His Highness, the Ruler of Sharjah, for the success of the wheat farm located in Mleiha in Sharjah which is worked by national hands based on highest international standards,” Abdullah Al Hazaa said.

Al-Ain Mills, established in 2010 in Ajman, UAE, has a production capacity of 320 tonnes per day and a storage capacity of 20,000 tonnes. Al-Ain Mills processes soft and heard wheat from countries such as Canada and Australia, as well as European and Black Sea countries.

In additional to serving local customers, the mill ships flour to more than 10 countries in Asia, Africa and South America.