The region’s future role as the world’s powerhouse in aluminium and issues related to boosting the downstream sector will come to the fore at the fourth edition of Aluminium Middle East 2015 taking place in Dubai, UAE, this month.
Reed Exhibitions Middle East, the organiser of the event, expects a greater turnout than the one witnessed in 2013 with 180 exhibitors from 25 countries projected to participate in the region’s largest gathering of its kind.
Aluminium Middle East will be held from April 14 to 16 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Launched in 2009, Aluminium Middle East is recognised as an ideal platform for industry professionals to exchange knowledge, share best practice, discover new technologies, network and generate business opportunities, according to the organiser.
Daniyal Qureshi, group exhibition director at Reed Exhibitions Middle East, said: “The exhibition plays an outstanding role in paving ways to forge alliances and build partnerships between smelters, energy resources and logistics industries, which in return helps the region to cement its position as a key world player in the aluminium industry.
The event promises multiple learning and networking opportunities.
One of its features is BusinessConnect, where participants can get VIP access to the pre-event business matchmaking service to discuss business with the world’s leading suppliers and plan their visit to the show.
Another key feature is the Innovation Podium, where participants can enrich their knowledge, learn from peers and share their experiences at free seminars conducted by industry experts.