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World Travel Catering Expo Middle East to take place in May 2017

Posted 4 October 2016 · Add Comment

The fourth edition of the World Travel Catering Expo Middle East will take place in May 15-17, 217.

The event will be held at Zabeel Hall 6 in Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC). 

WTCEME offers a dedicated platform for the travel catering industry in the Middle East, Africa and Indian Sub-Continent. It provides leading suppliers, caterers and experts with a dedicated platform to tap into the opportunities presented by its booming aviation catering business within these regions, thus ensuring the sector supports the growth and success of the region’s aviation industry. 

The 2017 event will offer its largest ever platform to global travel catering players with an expected over 70 exhibitors and more than 15 per cent increase in the number of visitors.

The largest travel catering expo in the MENASA region will feature the most advanced technologies and latest products and services relevant to travel catering sector, ranging from food and beverage, travel amenities, and accessories to catering equipment and technologies.

Daniyal Qureshi, Group Exhibition director, Reed Exhibitions Middle East, said: “The Middle East’s aviation sector has witnessed consistently strong growth, which has generated a strong interest in this market from travel catering industry players worldwide. In line with our commitment to provide the best platform for the industry, WTCEME will bring the best experts, technologies and ideas from across the world as well as facilitate business networking for its participants. The 4th edition will once again help regional airlines, airports and travel catering companies to source the most advanced products and solutions as they expand and upgrade their services.”

 

 

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