Title Category Date
20th BUILDEXPO KENYA 2017 Building & Construction 20 - 22 April
AFRIWOOD KENYA 2017 Woodworking Machinery 20 - 22 April
LIGHTEXPO KENYA 2017 Lighting 20 - 22 April
MINEXPO KENYA 2017 Minexpo 20 - 22 April
20th AUTOEXPO KENYA 2017 Automotives & Spare Parts 11 - 13 April
06th POWER & ENERGY AFRICA 2017 Power & Energy 11 - 13 April
06th OIL & GAS AFRICA 2017 Oil & Gas 11 - 13 April
20th KITE 2017 Multi-Sector 02 - 04 June
20th MEDEXPO AFRICA 2017 Medical & Health Care 02 - 04 June
19th INDUSMACH AFRICA 2017 Industrial Products & Machinery 02 - 04 June
20th PPPEXPO AFRICA 2017 Plastics, Printing & Packaging 02 - 04 June
20th FOODAGRO AFRICA 2017 Food,Agriculture & Hospitality 02 - 04 June
SOLAR AFRICA 2017 Solar 11 - 13 April
20th BUILDEXPO TANZANIA 2017 Building & Construction 10 - 12 August
20th AUTOEXPO TANZANIA 2017 Automotives & Spare Parts 16 - 18 August
03rd POWER & ENERGY TANZANIA 2017 Power & Energy 16 - 18 August
03rd OIL & GAS TANZANIA 2017 Oil & Gas 16 - 18 August
20th EAITE 2017 - TANZANIA Multisector 22 - 24 August
20th FOODAGRO 2017 - TANZANIA Food, Hospitality & Agriculture 22 - 24 August
MEDEXPO TANZANIA 2017 Medical & Healthcare 22 - 24 August
PPPEXPO TANZANIA 2017 Plastics, Printing & Packaging 22 - 24 August
BUILDEXPO ETHIOPIA 2017 Building & Construction 12 - 14 May
BUILDEXPO RWANDA 2017 Building & Construction 12 - 14 July
Winsar Infosoft Private Limited United Arab Emirates
Sgc Shipping Services Llc United Arab Emirates
Shayan Royal General Trading United Arab Emirates
Aplus Maintenance Services United Arab Emirates
Duabi Blinds United Arab Emirates
Pharmaco Company Ltd United Arab Emirates
Levantine Dental Clinic United Arab Emirates
Dna Trading Llc United Arab Emirates
Ideal United Arab Emirates
Al Nader Tents Llc United Arab Emirates
  • Australians see Dubai as gateway to Gulf food markets
    Australian food producers see Dubai and its flagship Gulfood exhibition as a valuable gateway to the important strategic markets of the UAE and the Gulf, with some companies looking beyond to Africa and Europe, all of which complements the major Australian export markets in China and other Far Eastern countries. 6/27/2017

  • Solar key to tackling climate change and meeting energy demands: CEO of Dubai's DEWA
    The increasing issue of climate change has become a threat to all creatures, the environment, and biodiversity on Earth. This has become a challenge in that the world must unite to overcome. The challenges faced by the modern-day world is but a fraction of what we can expect to face in the future, if we do not react quickly and work to mitigate the effects of climate change. 6/27/2017

  • High quality and specialist dairy producers make their mark
    Victoria has a large dairy industry that dominates milk production in Australia by producing 65 percent (6.19 billion litres) of Australia’s milk in 2016, and manufacturers of dairy products use around 92 percent of Victoria’s raw milk to produce the value-add products that the state is famous for its quality cheese and cream. 6/27/2017

  • Export Development Canada provides USD 72m for Dubai solar project
    Export Development Canada (EDC), Canada's export credit agency, on Thursday announced USD 72 million (EUR 65m) in financing for the 800-MW phase III of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum solar project in Dubai. 6/27/2017

  • West Bengal eyes 75-100 tonnes mango export in 2017
    West Bengal is a leading producer of mangoes but the export of this king of fruits remains negligible due to various infrastructural bottlenecks, Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) DGM R K Mondal said here today. 6/23/2017

  • EDC to commit US$72 million in financing for Dubai solar park
    Export Development Canada (EDC) announced Thursday that it has committed US$72 million in financing within the larger US$655 million senior project finance banking facilities for the third phase of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in Dubai. 6/23/2017

  • Increasing unified kiwi export through EU programs
    The Greek company WIN Development Consultants is involved with several programs aimed at promoting European fruit on foreign markets. Anta Tsaira of WIN has for over 10 years of experience with EU funded programs, with the last three years being mainly focused on agricultural products. 6/23/2017

  • DAFZA Participates at the 19th International Logistics and Material Handling Exhibition in Barcelona
    The Dubai Airport Freezone Authority (DAFZA) participated at the 19th International Logistics and Material Handling Exhibition (SIL) in Barcelona, Spain. Íñigo de la Serna, Spain’s Minister of Public Works and Transport; Josep Rull, the Catalan Minister of Territory and Sustainability; Jordi Cornet, President of Barcelona Free Zone; and H.E. Salem Rashid Al Owais, UAE Consul General in Barcelona, inaugurated DAFZA’s pavilion during the exhibition. 6/21/2017

  • Uganda: Govt to Take 300 Ugandan Producers to Dubai
    The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives has organized a trip to take 300 Ugandan producers to Dubai convention from August 24 to 26, 2017 which is a unique opportunity for linking them to the Middle East Market. 6/20/2017

  • Tyrone firm Saturnled has deal to light up Dubai
    Saturnled in Coalisland produces a system called Easilite, which transforms an existing lighting system into smart lighting. 6/20/2017

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