Aluminium Dubai 2011, the second edition of the Middle East’s leading aluminium trade show, recently concluded with trade exhibitors reporting record visitor turnout and signing of multi-million dollar deals.
Aluminium Dubai serves as a re
Aluminium Dubai 2011, one of the leading trade shows in the Middle East region that brings together global industry leaders, opened at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre on Monday.
Aluminium Dubai serves as
UAE industrial flagship project Emirates Aluminium (Emal) is set to play a key role - as exhibitor and diamond sponsor - at the upcoming 'Aluminium Dubai 2011' exhibition.
The leading industry expo opens on Monday in Dubai&nbs
The second edition of Aluminium Dubai exhibition, a leading industry trade show in the Middle East, begins tomorrow (May 9) at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The three-day event will bring together global aluminium p
Gulf Extrusions, a major aluminum extrusion plant in the region, will showcase its latest architectural, automotive and industrial application products at an upcoming aluminium exhibition in Dubai.
Organised by Reed Exhibitions, the second
Demand for fabricated aluminium products in the UAE is poised to post a 9 per cent compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) from $555 million in 2010 to $838 million in 2015, said the organisers of an upcoming aluminium trade show in Dubai.
Demand for aluminium products in Saudi Arabia’s construction sector is set to increase at a CAGR of nine per cent from $920 million in 2010 to $1.44 billion in 2015, said the organisers of an upcoming aluminium trade show in Dubai.
Aluminium Bahrain (Alba) is all set to take part in a leading exhibition for aluminium products, technologies and investments in the region to be held in Dubai this May.
Held every two years, "Aluminium Dubai 2011" is the second editi
Investments into the Gulf’s aluminium industry are currently estimated at around $30 billion and could reach as much as $55 billion by 2020 due to upcoming smelter expansions and new projects, a report said.
A fully-integrated aluminium in
The three-day Aluminium Dubai exhibition which opens tomorrow (March 29), has witnessed a 100 per cent growth over 2007, with 166 companies from 25 countries set to take part this year.
The growth in exhibiting companies and a 150 per cent