According to the organisers, the Middle East has remained a hotspot for the seafood retail sector throughout the economic downturn, with consumers and businesses still demanding high-value and quality products.
As well as providing the chance to meet face to face with other players in the industry, the Dubai Seafood Expo aims to showcase innovative technologies and breakthrough findings in a bid to help the companies that attend.
This will in turn enable visitors who head to the expo from their Dubai hotels to streamline their businesses and achieve greater productivity, the organisers have claimed.
National and global companies have already confirmed their participation in the event, with the likes of John West Foods from the UK and Canada’s New Brunswick Department of Fisheries set to exhibit.
The venue is located a short distance from the central business district and is in close proximity to Dubai International Airport.
For more information on this event, visit the Dubai Seafood Expo website or contact the organisers on (+971) 4 298 7730.
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