Al Mana partnership to bring Wendy’s restaurants to Qatar
May 31 2018 11:38 PM
The first Wendy’s restaurant in Qatar is opening today at Doha’s Andalus Petrol Station on C-Ring Road.

Mohammad Hamad Al Mana Group has entered into an agreement with Alghanim Industries, granting them the sub-franchise rights of Wendy’s restaurants in Qatar. The companies are two of the largest privately-owned companies in the Mena region, according to a statement.
The agreement will enable Mohammad Hamad Al Mana Group to open a series of Wendy’s restaurants in Qatar, with the first restaurant opening today (June 1) in Doha, at Andalus Petrol Station (C-Ring Road). The employees at Wendy’s Qatar received a comprehensive training programme equipping them with the required skills and expertise to provide an exceptional dining experience to customers in Qatar. Abdel Rahman al-Mana, managing director of Mohammad Hamad Al Mana Group said: “We are pleased to have this opportunity with Wendy’s, which is one of the leading restaurant companies in the world, and renowned for its high-quality food and service. We would like to reiterate our commitment to bringing an exciting new restaurant brand to Qatar, and we are confident that this new agreement will add value to the food market in the country.”
Adnan Zahra, head of Wendy’s Qatar said: “Wendy’s is not just a fast food restaurant, it is a symbol of freshness and high-quality products. The American restaurant brand is a global system of more than 6,600 restaurants across the world, and Qatar represents a new dynamic market.”
Mohammad Hamad Al Mana Group is one of the leading business conglomerates in Qatar that deals with different sectors including automobiles, real estate, public services as well as food and beverage. 
Alghanim Industries, Wendy’s regional master franchisee, is one of the largest privately-owned companies in the Mena region. Founded over a century ago, in Kuwait, the company today employs more than 15,000 people in 30 businesses across 40 countries in the Middle East, North Africa, Eastern Europe and Asia.

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