PaperArabia is the unique platform for the Middle Eastern and African manufacturers/buyers/ traders to meet , source and negotiate deals and exchange information on the paper Industry.
2015 edition was attended by 8,500 trade visitors from 60 countries with exhibitors from more than 45 countries..
September 2016 Edition:
Exhibition for Paper,Tissue and Converting-covering corrugated, carton and machinery. Paper and Pulp,chemical, Corrugated and Carton-the flexible packaging market is made from a variety of materials of which, half of them are paper based.
Tissue paper industry in the Middle East is growing rapidly with more and more converting units setting up plants especially in the UAE.Green Consumer Eco friendly recycled -Following the new initiative by various governments in this part of the world, focusing on the usage of Eco friendly products, huge demand in this industry has given scope for suppliers of corrugated paper, board and machinery to join PAPERARABIA 2016!
September 2015 Edition:
The Wide Media coverage ensured the publicity a grand success. Print, Online, Social Media, Radio and TV commercials were some of the medium used for advertising apart from various press releases and a press conference before the event the guarantee the right and accurate exposure for the event.Paper Arabia 2014 recorded a 28% increase in the number of exhibitors compared to the 6th edition of 2013 Exhibitors from 22 countries has chosen it as a platform for showcasing their excellence and innovation to prospective customers from MENA region. Deals exceeding millions of USD have been signed and agreed upon. Visitors from 81 countries attended the exhibition , coming from the 5 continents.6% of the visitors were decision makers with more than 78% either Chairman or President or Managing Director or CEO or General Managers. Survey with the exhibitors and visitors during the exhibition shows that 97% of the people interviewed , had the positive opinion that the exhibition was very successful and worth attending for their future business growth, while 2% of them rated the exhibition as good and 1% said it was an average or not suiting to their business model.