The Gulf Industry Fair is the highly acclaimed trade exhibition for the GCC which has established itself as the unrivalled marketing platform for specialist industrial products and service providers, distributors and agencies representing the key segments of: Aluminium, Industrial Processes and Manufacturing, Steel and Alloys, Energy & Environmental Protection, Logistics & Industrial Facilities, Ports & Maritime Industries, Training for Industry and Industrial Safety & Security.
As in previous years, Gulf Industry Fair 2015 will enjoy high level strategic support from key industrial companies including Bahrain’s National Oil and Gas Authority (Noga) in association with the Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco) and Aluminium Bahrain (Alba), one of the world’s largest aluminium smelters.
“Exhibitors and visitors choose Gulf Industry Fair as their preferred networking B2B platform.”
The GCC governments are currently implementing the next phases of their industrial strategies, which will involve investing hundreds of billions of dollars that will generate unprecedented business opportunities.
WHY EXHIBIT AT THE GULF INDUSTRY FAIR?
The Gulf Industry Fair, established in 2008 has become the annual business-to-business (B2B) exhibition for the fast-growing industrial sector serving Bahrain, the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia and the Northern Gulf. Government-driven economic diversification programmes together with the private sectors are transforming the Northern Gulf’s industrial and infrastructural landscape. New world-class manufacturing facilities and aluminium smelters; ports, logistics and free zone hubs are being created, all supported by a vibrant downstream service sector.
Whatever part you play in the industrialisation and manufacturing process, Gulf Industry Fair provides a unique showcase to promote your products to the trillion-dollar marketplace of Saudi Arabia and the Northern Gulf. As the region’s largest economy, Saudi Arabia will invest the lion’s share of new industrial investment over the next few years in key industrial clusters, inter-connected by a newly built world-class transport and logistics network. The Saudi government’s current five-year development plan expects the share of manufacturing industries to rise to 14 per cent of GDP by 2014.