Over 28,000 trade visitors attend the 9th Islamic Trade Fair
“We are proud in the way the 9th Islamic Trade Fair and the 9th Private Sector Meeting at Expo Centre Sharjah suceeded in bringing together the Islamic world for trade talks and business,” said Director Marketing and Sales of Expo Centre Sharjah, Michael Muller.
Held from December 21-26, the Islamic Trade Fair brought together over 600 companies from the 57 OIC member countries and excited response from trade buyers and professionals of 42 countries from the Middle East, African, CIS and Asian countries. In five days, 28,016 trade visitors and professionals visited the trade fair.
The show featured a wide range of consumer, household and industrial products and services, besides investment and joint venture opportunities. The product categories included household goods, consumer electronics, readymade garments, leather products, kitchen and tableware, interiors and decor, furniture, carpets, food products, fashion jewelry, handicrafts, gifts and novelties, engravings on glass and stones, sports goods, construction and building materials, hardware, auto-parts and accessories, plastics, packaging and printing, IT and telecommunications, gas production, boats, fiber-glass, tanks, radiators, hotels and tourism, prefab houses, and miscellaneous machinery, accessories and materials for a wide range of industries.
A special highlight of the show were the large national pavilions from various countries including Algeria, Bahrain, Brunei, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Morocco, Pakistan, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). — (menareport.com)
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