It transports daily between 500 and 700 tons of food products

"Emirates Air Cargo" transports "Dibba oysters" to Moscow

Emirates Air Cargo provides refrigerated containers in Dubai to transport food products.

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The Emirates Air Cargo Company, the arm of Emirates Airlines, announced that it transports daily between 500 and 700 tons of food products on its planes across the world, which vary between fresh fruits and vegetables and cheese, as well as fresh seafood, especially oysters, from the UAE. To the Russian capital, Moscow.

And it stated in a statement yesterday that the Emirati startup Dibba Bay Oysters, based in Fujairah, has been cultivating luxury oysters in the waters of Dibba Bay since 2016, and is currently harvesting about 200,000 oysters every month.

According to the statement, "Dibba Gulf oysters" exports about 50% of its production abroad, at a time when "Emirates Air Cargo" transports the exports of this oyster from the UAE to Russia, which is currently the largest market for "Dibba Gulf oysters".

Emirates Airline Senior Vice President of the Department of Shipping, Nabil Sultan, said, "(Emirates Air Cargo) is pleased to help transport this distinguished product grown in the Emirates to some of the most important international oyster markets such as Russia," pointing out that air freight plays an important role. In rapid transportation of such time- and temperature-sensitive food from the farm to the table of the final consumer all over the world.

In turn, the founder and CEO of Dibba Bay Oyster Company, Rami Murray, said that the freshness of the product through commitment to the refrigerated freight chain is of paramount importance, pointing out that the partnership with Emirates Air Cargo made it possible to achieve this through its support in reaching many Major capitals around the world are on harvest day itself, so we can deliver our fresh oysters to any major destination in the world.

Emirates Air Cargo offers Emirates Fresh to support companies such as Dibba Bay Oysters from food exporters from all over the world, to help maintain the freshness of food during air transportation.

The tanker relies on refrigerated containers in Dubai, to transport food products under temperature-controlled conditions.

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