PAPER-ME 2013, November 28-30, 2013 Cairo, Egypt

Event date: 
28.11.2013 (All day) - 30.11.2013 (All day)

PaperME is considered to be the natural venue of machinery manufacturers interested in international expansion for their products throughout the MENA region. The show offers its exhibitors the chance to meet with regional traders and manufacturers who consider PaperME as a "must-attend event".

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Why PaperME?

Paper Middle East. Global Reach.. Long Term Partnership

  • Paper Middle East Exhibition is the premiere event for Middle East & North Africa's pulp, paper, tissue, paper board making and products industries.
  • The only international paper exhibition sponsored and supported by all paper industry-related governmental departments and nationwide trade associations of Egypt.
  • The most important specialized fair for the global paper, paperboard, tissue and converting industry, where you will find all nations and customers from all over the world as well as the Middle East and Arabian countries with high purchasing and decision making power in one place.
  • Paper Middle East Exhibition will be held In Egypt which is at the heart of Middle East – excellent accessibility. Cairo International Convention & Exhibition Centre is one of the most well known and impressive centers in Middle East – better halls and facilities, meaning more visitors.
  • You will have the opportunity to cultivate professional relationships with top level executives from Middle East & North Africa's paper mills who have the authority and budgets to purchase your products and services.
  • In order to meet increasing demand, Arabian paper mills must have the latest and greatest products and services that you as a supplier have to offer to keep paper mills running effectively and efficiently.
  • Enhance your corporate image in the Middle East & North Africa region and Meet all its key market players.
  • Companies around the world already recognize the growth in the Middle East paper industry - Don't let your competition capitalize on your potential opportunities.