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Kingdom Agricultural Development Company (KADCO Egypt)


Key Facts

KHC investments begin: 1997
Established: 1997
Based: Giza, Egypt

Kingdom Agricultural Development Company (KADCO) is a fully owned subsidiary of Kingdom Holding Company that is listed on the Saudi stock exchange (Tadawul). KADCO’s main objective is to produce high quality products for both export and domestic markets.

Consistent with KHC’s ethos of operating with the highest ethical and moral standards, KADCO focuses on acquiring land in Egypt with the aim of developing eco-friendly and sustainable agricultural endeavors. At the time few understood the strategic insight behind the KHC investment in Southern Egypt.  But KADCO’s groundbreaking irrigation research, advanced technology, and ability to understand the significance of demographic influences have made the investment highly profitable. 

KADCO has become a prominent leader in the Egyptian agricultural market.


Company Profile

Kingdom Agriculture Development Company was established in Egypt in 1997 to pursue land reclamation, agriculture, and poultry and fish production, in the south valley of Egypt as well as to participate in various industrial activities.

KADCO produces and harvests grapes, alfalfa, and melon products for export and domestic markets. Its crops are exported to the United Kingdom, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Germany, Holland, and Italy. Table grapes are shipped to central Europe, Scandinavia, and the GCC countries.