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World of Perishables Will Run in Parallel Again
Favourable economic situation for the tenth edition of IPM Dubai
Already four months before IPM DUBAI, companies from Germany, China, Egypt, Ecuador, Ireland, France, Kenya, Korea, Spain, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates confirmed to take part in the show. They will present their innovations from the sections entitled Plants, Technology, Floristry, Garden Features, Logistics, Plant Maintenance as well as Garden and Landscaping. Last year, the trade show was able to clearly consolidate its position as the most important horticultural show in the region. The signs are indicating growth for the coming IPM DUBAI, too: The high demand for flowers and plants in the Gulf states has made the United Arab Emirates the trading centre of the plant market there. An annual growth rate of nine percent is predicted for the cut flower market alone.
The interest from the official side is great, too. Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority and Chairman of Dubai Airports, has again agreed to become the patron of IPM DUBAI 2015.
WOP DUBAI, International Perishables Expo Middle East, will again take place parallel to IPM DUBAI. At the only trade show for fruit and vegetables in the entire Middle East, attention will focus on produce safety, technical equipment as well as the transport, trading and service for temperature-sensitive produce. Both shows will complement each other in an optimum way and will offer the visitors great value for money.
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