Paper One Show in Damascus (January 14, 2008)
January 14, 2008 By Pulp & Paper Canada
Damascus, Syria — Paper One Show occurred in Damascus, Syria, for the first time in 2007. The exhibition covered t…
Damascus, Syria — Paper One Show occurred in Damascus, Syria, for the first time in 2007. The exhibition covered the needs of suppliers and consumers in the paper market as well as paper production, equipment and technology.
More than 80 participating companies from 20 countries, in addition to over 2500 professional visitors, took part in this event and benefited by increasing their business volume in Syria and the Middle Eastern market.
The show received great success that was rated over expectations, even though it was a trial edition. Based on the opinions of most participants and visitors, it was agreed that Paper One Show will occur every two years starting 2008 as the main launching year in hope of continuously satisfying both exhibitors and visitors.
Paper One Show exhibition received great support from the Arab Federation for Paper, Printing and Packaging Industries. The Federation, whose aim is to coordinate, develop and strengthen the technical, scientific, commercial and industrial relations amongst its members in the paper, printing and packaging industries, has been a main sponsor and associate for the exhibition.
Based on the strong presence of the hygienic industry, Paper One Show 2008 will now feature Non-Woven Products and Machinery for the first time providing to the needs of all hygienic and non-woven fields.
Paper One show will occur in parallel with our new partner exhibition Press Zoom, The International Exhibition for Printing Technology organized by Sunrise Trade Show specialized in printing, packaging and office supplies.
The conference featuring the paper industry, the latest up-to-date technology, and the Middle Eastern market was held in the previous exhibition. Paper One Show 2008 will include the participation of the highest international experts in the industry to discuss recycling, energy, the latest in the non-woven industry and other important issues related to paper manufacturing.
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