DUBAI World Trade Centre (DWTC) is proud to announce the launch of MENA Travel Catering 2006, the inaugural travel catering services exhibition to be held from September 4 to 6 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The exhibition will run alongside the first-ever ITCA Middle East 2006 Conference, sponsored by Emirates and organised by the leading trade organisation, International Travel Catering Association (ITCA).
The exhibition and conference will bring together the who’s who in the Airline, Cruise Line, Ferry, Railway and Hospitality industries from the Middle East, Africa and the Indian subcontinent.
“DWTC is delighted to work with the internationally recognised industry body ITCA, to deliver a targeted catering event. The UAE and the region as a whole is experiencing huge amounts of investment in transport and it is important that we support this sector,” said Helal Al Marri, director general, DWTC. “We believe that our experience in organising international exhibitions will ensure the success of MENA Travel Catering and will deliver a target exhibition that not only supports ITCA’s inaugural Middle East Conference, but also provides a regional platform for its 700 members to engage with this buoyant market.”
Some of the key exhibitors include Achenbach Delikatessen, Al Fustaq Foodstuff, Alupack, Aya Enterprises, CFCS, Chatsford, CNT, Driessen Aerospace, Emirates, Food Point, Godiva / Moka General Trading, Hobart, John Horsfall & Sons, Johnson Diversey, LSG Sky Chefs, Medstar, Nabil FFP, SEM, Silverseas, Sola Airline Cutlery, Trapez, Zorayan and more.
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