Hotpack Global opens showroom in Riyadh


UAE-based food packaging and containers manufacturer Hotpack Global has opened a retail showroom in Riyadh.

The showroom marks Hotpack’s 45th sales outlet in the Middle East.

Located at Al Fayez, the retail space spans 3,000 square feet.

In line with the company’s sustainability values, the showroom will allocate shelves for biodegradable products.

“We are happy to launch the new retail outlet in Saudi Arabia as a part of our growth plans in Saudi Arabia,” said Abdul Jebbar, managing director at Hotpack Global.

“The current development in the kingdom is driving consumer demand upwards. Hotpack’s strength is its high quality and broad product portfolio, and it is unmatched in the market.

“By making it more accessible to consumers through our outlets, customers have one more reason to be with us. These outlets also support our Omni-channel strategy in the kingdom.”

In July, as part of the intensive expansion of its omnichannel operations in the GCC, the company inaugurated its second showroom in Salalah, Oman.

In April last year, Hotpack opened its biggest retail centre in the UAE.

Today, the company operates 20 locations across the Middle East.

Founded in 1995, Hotpack Global specialises in manufacturing and supplying products from paper, plastic, aluminium, wood and foam materials, featuring more than 3,500 products in its portfolio.

The products can also be bought online at wholesale prices.

“We are expanding our operations to all regions of the Saudi market. We understand that exclusive retail stores are fundamental to Hotpack’s growth strategy, and this helps us enhance our brand presence,” said Suhail Abdulla, group vice president at Hotpack Global.

“As a food packaging manufacturer with an exclusive retail network, Hotpack continues to bring sustainable and high-quality food packaging products closer to our end-users. Our production processes are driven by smart technologies and innovation.”

Saudi Arabia’s packaging market is expected to register a compound growth rate of 2.2 per cent between 2022 and 2026, according to a Mordor Intelligence report.