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27.01.2014 - 30.01.2014 | Cairo

APEX 2014 is not just an exhibition, it is a forum to inspire and develop the packaging technologies sector in the Egypt and the MENA region.

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Middle East Trade Fairs (MTF) one of the leading trade fairs organizers in Egypt and North Africa has the pleasure to launch the seventh edition of APEX 2014, The 8th Arab African Packaging & Food Technology Exhibition which will be held on the 27th – 30th of January 2014 at Cairo International Exhibition & Convention Centre.

Egypt’s packaging market witnessed an unprecedented growth in the recent years, and the market is in continuous need for imported technologies and services.

To meet such massive needs, comes APEX 2014 ” The 8th Arab African Packaging and Food Technology Exhibition” not only to cater for the Egyptian market, but also to present an important platform for the packaging booming markets all over the Middle East and North Africa (MENA REGION).

For more information, please visit www.apexcairo.net

APEX 2014 is not just an exhibition, it is a forum to inspire and develop the packaging technologies sector in the Egypt and the MENA region, where exhibitors expected to sign mega contracts out of consistent and reliable marketplace opportunities.

APEX 2014 represents a unique opportunity to promote the new packaging technologies and services, where participation is only accessible to companies with history, tradition and worldwide frame.

APEX 2014 is a trade fair that focuses on bringing together the world’s top packaging machinery and technology producers and exporters, to meet with more than 10,000 eager trade visitors, buyers and decision makers from the entire MENA region. Both parties are seeking to conduct new thriving business deals and sign contracts in a major step to serve the region.

APEX 2014 presents products and services, technologies and innovations, trends and tendencies for trade markets. It is an international meeting- place for all packaging related industry areas.