The Aluminium Zone at the forthcoming Gulf Industry Fair (GIF) will be a pivotal area for exhibitors and visitors as manufacturers and traders showcase technology and offerings that will provide an insight into the contribution made by the industry to economic development.
Hilal Conferences and Exhibitions (HCE) recently launched its campaigns for a string of events it will hold in 2016, namely Gulf Industry Fair, iTECH Industry Forum and Exhibition, gulfBID, gulfInteriors and Gulf Property Show.
The upcoming steel fabrication trade event – SteelFab 2016 – is promising the regional industry robust growth in new content, a rise in foreign participation and a new concurrent show.
A wood exhibition set for April 2016 will focus on furniture’s role in the construction and interiors industry and the importance of imports to feed demand in the region. Dubai WoodShow, a much awaited event, will be held from April 4 to 6 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The Sharjah Shopping Festival, first of its kind in the emirate, is being organised by Expo Centre Sharjah and is scheduled to begin on March 3 of 2016 and go on till March 19. Venue of the event is the Expo Centre Sharjah and it promises to be well patronised by both exhibitors and visitors across its lengthy 17-day stay.
Exhibotors expressed satisfaction over the staging of Saudi Build, which concluded in late October at the Riyadh International Exhibition Centre.
Saudi Print & Pack, the 13th International Trade Exhibition for Printing and Packaging Technologies, takes place next month in the context of growing business in those sectors in the Middle East.
Some 3,000 exhibitors were on hand to showcase a diverse range of products and technologies at the Big 5 International Building & Construction Show in Dubai, the Middle East’s largest event of its kind. The exhibitors were eyeing a share of the business from nearly $3 trillion worth of construction projects in the Gulf states.