Dr. Nasser Bin Aqeel Al Tayyar, President, Arab Publisher House, Dhananjay Datar, H.E. T.P.Seetharam, Ambassador of India to the UAE & Krishna Natarajan, Head of Sales, Forbes Middle East.
Dr. Dhananjay (Jay) Datar, Chairman & Managing Director of Al Adil Trading was recently honoured by Forbes Middle East as the 35th top Indian leader in the Arab World 2015 – Retail award.
Announcing this in a press release Dr. Datar, popularly known as ‘Masala King’ said, “It is a great honour to be recognized by Forbes ME, which is one of the most credible media houses in the world”. Recognizing their passion and contribution to the advancement of the Arab region, Forbes Middle East revealed its long-awaited list of the Top Indian Leaders in the Arab World at an impressive ceremony hosted recently at Emirates Towers, UAE. Guests of honor at the event included H.E. T.P.Seetharam, Ambassador of India to the UAE.
The ranking is the result of in depth research and analysis into Indian professionals residing and/or operating businesses in the Arab World. Forbes Middle East serves as a major reference point for business information and collaboration, supporting key decision makers and investors across the region’s sectors, as well as furthering the economic development of the Arab world. This recognition is bound to yield good results for the global economy.
Al Adil Trading under the dynamic leadership of Dr. Dhananjay Datar has been instrumental in bringing 9000 Indian products in the UAE. In Dubai Investment Park he has set up a massive 150 thousand sq ft factory to manufacture and package spices as well as flour. It also has an Indian arm named Masala King Exports in Mumbai. Al Adil has a network of 30 supermarkets, 2 flour mills and 2 spices factories in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Ajman and also a branch of Mumbai Export Division in the name of Masala King Exports (India) Pvt. Ltd in Mumbai, India. Al Adil is on an active expansion mode and has recently opened new outlets in Oman and Bahrain. The company has also diversified into import and export under the special class establishment with trade lines in the US, Canada, Tanzania, Kenya, Switzerland, Italy and Eritrea as well as Kuwait, Oman and the UAE.
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