Dubai Multi Commodities Centre

The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre inaugurates the Middle East’s first large-capacity coffee center capable of warehousing and processing 20,000 metric tons of green coffee shipments. Read more


Industry leaders are broadly positive about trading conditions in the Middle East, but operators must navigate a range of economic and political challenges across the region to ensure success, according to a new report by Allegra World Coffee Portal. Read more


The Dubai Multi Commodities Center, the world’s leading free trade zone for commodities trade and enterprise, will host the 7th edition of its biennial two-day Global Dubai Tea Forum on April 25-26 at The Address Hotel, Dubai Marina. Read more


The Dubai Multi-Commodities Centre (DMCC) is constructing a 7,500 sq.ft. temperature-controlled coffee facility that will offer world-class infrastructure and services. Read more


Coffee Connection

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China is the United Arab Emirate’s No. 1 trading partner. Next year, the Dubai Multi Commodities Center will begin trading Yunnan arabica at a modern roasting and distribution center. Read more


In October China coffee producers in Yunnan signed a deal that will send 90% of their annual crop to Dubai for worldwide distribution. Read more


The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre launches its own tea brand, one that will consist of three flavors – Khaliji blend, Dubai Spirit, and Arabic breakfast. Read more

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