Expo Centre Sharjah Gears Up to Host 7th Paper One Show

Expo Centre Sharjah Gears Up to Host 7th Paper One Show

The Expo Centre Sharjah is preparing to host the 7th edition of the ‘Paper One Show’, the premier international paper exhibition in the MENA region, from March 7 to 9. The event is featuring about 100 of the largest and most important international and local paper companies, and the world’s leading brands in the field of paper and manufacturing industries.

Organized by the Al Furat Exhibitions Company, the ‘Paper One Show’ gives a perfect opportunity to learn about the latest products of the paper and cardboard industries, supplies of printing and packaging machines, production lines, and raw materials such as chemicals, packaging, and printing paper, inks, and hygienic paper, in addition to showcasing state-of-the-art paper machines and technologies.

“Hosting the 7th ‘Paper One Show’ is part of our strategy to host various events and exhibitions with the aim to support the economic diversification, by developing the exhibition industry in Sharjah, and enhancing its competitiveness so as to maintain the emirate’s leading position in this regard,” said HE Saif Mohammed Al Midfa, CEO, Expo Centre Sharjah.

Al Midfa added: “The event provides an outstanding platform, for major manufacturers and suppliers of paper products, equipment, machinery, chemicals, and services in the paper and manufacturing industries sector to access regional markets in the Middle East and North Africa.

Eng. Tariq Faqas, CEO, Al Furat Exhibitions Company, said, “We are thrilled with our partnership with Expo Centre Sharjah, paving the way for greater cooperation between both sides.” He highlighted the importance of the event in supporting the paper industry and related industries, as well as meeting all the needs of the regional and local markets.

Paper One Show welcomes visitors on Monday from 10 am to 5.30 pm, on Tuesday from 10 am to 6 pm, and on Wednesday from 10 am to 4 pm.

Edward Frank

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