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Posted On: 7 November 2013 10:38 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:13 pm

Al Meera to open seven malls

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Al Meera Consumer Goods Company will open seven new malls in Doha, its outskirts and Al Wakra. The company signed an agreement with Al Aliaa Trading and Contracting Company and Al Muftah Trading and Contracting Company to build the malls. Al Muftah company will build three new stores for Al Meera at Rawdat El Qadeem (land area 10,506 sqm), Al Azizia (3,250 sqm), and Zakhira (8,375 sqm). Al Aliaa will carry out construction of the other four malls at Al Wajba (9,082 sqm), Muaither (4,912 sqm), Al Wakra (10,673 sqm), and Al Thumama (7,403 sqm). The agreement was signed by Guy Sauvage, Chief Executive Officer of Al Meera, Engineer Ayman Khaled Mahmoud, Managing Director of Al Aliaa and Ibrahim A Al Muftah, Managing Director of Al Muftah. Sauvage said: “The goal of our expansion is to make everyone very close to Al Meera stores everywhere in Qatar before the end of next year. “Al Meera will continue to rehabilitate its old branches and maintain them to fully transfer to the new innovative concept. The new modern and contemporary concept is designed by international companies and will meet requirements of the Qatari market.” Mahmoud lauded Al Meera’s strategy to be the favourite neighbourhood retailer in Qatar. “Building new retail stores is very important to serve all areas in Qatar. Al Meera, within its expansion plan, will add branches to various areas of Qatar to reach all consumers. We are really proud of this agreement and cooperation with Al Meera and we are happy to help serve the biggest number of consumers, locals and residents, in the country.” Al Muftah said: “The expansion of Al Meera in Qatar through modern and contemporary buildings reflects the ambition of the company in enhancing a new concept of shopping, suitable for all shoppers’ needs. “We are ready to cooperate with Al Meera and support it with our expertise to build new branches with modern designs inspired by Qatari heritage.” The signing ceremony was held in the presence of representatives from the two consulting companies of the new projects Mohamed Abdel Aziz, Chief Executive Officer of CEG International, and Mohamed El Gebaly, Managing Director of ACE Consulting Engineers