TexWork Dubai Sharjah 2016 Exhibition Nov 22nd and 23rd 2016 | Visit Us
Texwork has a long history within Serge Ferrari. More than 15 editions were held in France. It is an event enjoying a huge interest among people from the technical composite materials industry. In 2011 in France we had more than 50 exhibitors from 9 countries and more than 1600 visitors.
In a first, GL events Middle East is bringing Serge Ferrari’s international event for composite materials to the UAE. The 17th Texwork ® exhibition and conference is scheduled to be held at Expo Centre Sharjah from November 22 and 23, 2016.
GL events Middle East will provide shell scheme stands, outdoor & indoor signage, custom stands, workshop fitout and all furniture for this exhibition. Our teams will also manage the hostesses, the registration system and a prestigious cocktail reception for attendees.
Industry observers say that given the wide range of composites usage from architectural fields such as solar protection or tensile architecture to marine applications or industrial applications such as water treatment and several others, the show will be a boon not only for the immediate target area of the Middle East and North Africa but also the growing markets of Indian Subcontinent and Central Asian countries.
Texwork ® 2016 will feature various solutions and systems, machines and accessories for the technical membrane. The fair will provide a platform for networking and a huge offer of the main partners of Serge Ferrari out of the technical membrane business.
Al Borj also participating in TexWork 2016 along with live dmonstration of all indsutrial automatic cutting solution, industrial sewing machines and threads for technical textiles.
What you can get from TexWork 2016
- Meet the indsutry experts
- Learn how to improve your production?
- Learn how to reduce cost?
- Learn more about latest trends and advancement in technology.
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