Dubai Airport Freezone has announced its participation at Gulfood 2011 exhibition which is set to be held from February 27 to March 2 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Through its participation at the world’s largest and most influential food, drink, foodservice and hospitality exhibitions, Dubai Airport Freezone aims to display its unique facilities and services to the international investors and leaders of the world’s top companies who will congregate in Dubai during the exhibition. The Dubai Airport Freezone booth number is CC6-35 and will be situated in the Concourse of Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
“Gulfood expo enables us to meet our most important business objectives, where we see potential for us as well as for our clients to meet with big food manufacturers, distributors and suppliers in order to introduce our facilities and services,” says Mr. Ibrahim Ahli, Director of Marketing and Corporate Communications at Dubai Airport Freezone. “Gulfood 2010 has served as an excellent platform to highlight our services and facilities, and we look forward to a highly successful 2011 event.”
The Freezone is considered to be the home of a large number of food and beverages products’ providers such as, Heinz Africa & Middle East, Red Bull FZE, Tetra Pak, Chiquita Brands International Sarl, Hershey ME, Irish Dairy Board ME, Nutriplus Commodities FZCO, Rainbow International FZCO, MAFCO Shanghai EEMEA Ltd. and Interfruit FZE amongst others.
Since its inception 14 years ago, Dubai Airport Freezone has been also associated with health care and pharmaceutical products providers who selected the Freezone to be their base for its unrivalled location close to Dubai Airport and for its valued infrastructure. The Freezone has taken part at the Arab Health 2011, focused primarily on attracting companies trading in high value & low-volume products involved in pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.
The Freezone accommodates around 61 multinational pharmaceutical and medical equipments companies, including Paul Hartmann Middle East, Abbott Laboratories S.A, Charmant, Hetero and International SOS.