Date change for Intermat Middle East

By Helen Wright11 June 2013

Intermat Middle East will now take place on January 14 to 16, 2014, at the Abu Dhabi, UAE, National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC). The exhibition had been scheduled to take place a week later in January, but the dates clashed with the World Future Energy Summit.

Next year’s event will be the third time the show has taken place. Around 250 exhibitors are expected to participate, attracting an estimated 7,500 visitors. International brands already signed up for the show include Bobcat, Liugong, Scheurle, Sennebogen, XGMA, and more.

Intermat exhibition director Maryvonne Lanoë said, “We are committed to providing manufacturers and distributors at Intermat Middle East with a superior platform to showcase their products. By taking proactive measures, being flexible and adjusting accordingly, we have organised our event with the exhibitors and visitors in mind and can expect the next edition of Intermat Middle East to be even more successful than its predecessors.”

For more information go to: www.intermatme.com

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