Dubal to take part in China aluminium event
Dubai, June 7, 2010
Dubai Aluminium Company (Dubal) said it will once again participate in the annual Aluminium China exhibition, which takes place this year in Shanghai from June 9 to 11.
Aluminium China is rated as the most important and comprehensive aluminium industry event in China, offering a definitive international networking and trading platform where professional visitors can meet with suppliers of raw materials, semi-finished and finished products, surface treatment and producers of machinery, plant and equipment for aluminium processing and manufacturing, light-metals trade and service providers, according to Dubal’s Mohamed Qanbar, manager Marketing & Sales, Asia.
“For Dubal, Aluminium China presents a perfect opportunity to view the latest aluminium technologies while showcasing our products and services to the estimated 10,000 people who visit the exhibition each year,” Qanbar said.
Dubal will also take advantage of the opportunity presented by Aluminium China 2010 to promote its advanced, proprietary DX Reduction Technology. Operating stably at higher amperages (approximately 370 kA), DX Reduction Technology cells offer increased productivity, improved energy efficiency and reduced environmental impact compared to lower amperage technologies.
Qanbar added that the overriding objective of Dubal’s participation at Aluminium China 2010 are to raise awareness of the UAE’s growing primary aluminium sector among customers in the Far East and Asean regions; and to position the company to pursue opportunities in these future markets.
The presence of Dubal at Aluminium China 2010 is particularly pertinent in the light of ongoing negotiations between the GCC and China regarding the formulation of a Free Trade Agreement, he explained.-TradeArabia News Service
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