Metropolitan Catering reopens with new facilities

Brand new 18,000 sq ft kitchen facilities holds capacity to produce 45,000 meals per day

Al Habtoor Group vice chairman and CEO Mohammed Al Habtoor touring the new kitchens after the official launch.
Al Habtoor Group vice chairman and CEO Mohammed Al Habtoor touring the new kitchens after the official launch.

Al Habtoor Group's Metropolitan Catering reopened this week, following significant investment in the facility, including the rebuild and fit-out of its new kitchens.

Al Habtoor Group vice chairman and CEO Mohammed Al Habtoor led the ribbon cutting ceremony for the facility, which now has an increased capacity enabling an output of up to 45,000 meals per day.

The new 18,000ft2 facilities in Jebel Ali Free Zone are the largest of their kind in Dubai, the company said in a statement.

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In line with its new facilities, Metropolitan Catering has unveiled a new brand identity, which was showcased at this year’s Arabian Travel Market.

Al Habtoor commented: “The recent renovation is a manifestation of the growing a culture of excellence from within to consistently deliver the highest quality of food, service and value.”

Earlier this year, the company also welcomed a new general manager, Ramy El Sayah, who oversees more than 170 chefs, hospitality professionals and logistics operatives.

El Sayah said: “It is a very exciting time for us, we are immensely proud of the new facilities and we’re looking forward to continuing to grow our operation.”

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