Sharjah Livestock Market receives 150,000 visitors during the first quarter of 2023

Sharjah Livestock Market receives 150,000 visitors during the first quarter of 2023
Sharjah Livestock Market receives 150,000 visitors during the first quarter of 2023

An increase of 40% compared to the same period in 2022

Sharjah: The Sharjah Livestock Market received 150,000 visitors during the first quarter of 2023, an increase of 40% compared to the same period in 2022, which confirms the market’s position as one of the most prominent and important livestock markets in the region, as a result of the distinguished services it provides in accordance with the highest standards and regulations. The international quality used, and the advanced infrastructure of the market, which contributed to increasing the demand for the market during the last period.

Engineer Abdullah Al Shamsi, Director of the Sharjah Livestock Market, said: The positive results of the first quarter of this year reflect that we are on the right track in achieving Sharjah’s strategic vision in promoting sustainable development, and finding service facilities that fulfill the aspirations of the people and meet their demands and needs, in a way that contributes to the advancement of civil society and the achievement of his welfare.”

Al Shamsi added: We will continue to develop and improve the services provided to market visitors on a permanent and continuous basis, in line with the various requirements and needs of the market, and what increases the confidence of customers and customers in the market, through continuous improvement in the many services and facilities provided by the market provided according to the highest standards in terms of The area, general shape, and facilities provided with the highest international quality standards followed in hygiene and public health, in a way that achieves the role of the market in promoting economic and social development in the Emirate.

Sharjah Livestock Market Facilities:

The livestock market in Sharjah, which extends over an area of ​​about 170,000 square meters, includes 140 stores for selling sheep equipped with their pens, 26 stores for selling livestock (cows), 73 stores for selling poultry, a slaughterhouse for livestock and another for poultry, in addition to 44 stores for selling fodder and 34 multi-use shops. And 30 shops for nurseries, an auction yard for the sale of livestock, another yard for the Friday market, a mosque that can accommodate 386 worshippers, and a slaughterhouse for livestock that can accommodate about 200 head of cattle per hour.

Market capacity:

It is noteworthy that the capacity of the abattoir of the Sharjah Livestock Market reaches 250 heads of cattle per hour and 25 heads of cows distributed over three service lines on which 55 butchers work under the supervision of 8 observers and supervisors, two to ensure the smooth running of operations, in addition to the presence of 7 veterinarians to supervise the The slaughterhouse and livestock pens, as well as 55 workers to maintain the cleanliness of the place and equipment and facilitate the process of receiving and delivering the sacrifices to the public.

Distinctive strategic location:

The Sharjah Livestock Market is characterized by many advantages that make it one of the most important livestock markets at the level of the region and the country, the most important of which is its strategic location, as it is located on two axes, namely Sharjah-Al Dhaid Street and the Emirates Crossing Road, which facilitates entry and exit to the market away from crises and road congestion.

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