Abu Dhabi Ports, the master developer, operator and manager of the Emirate’s commercial and community ports as well as Khalifa Industrial Zone, is participating in the inaugural Global Manufacturing and Industrialisation Summit (GMIS), which will be taking place from 27-30 March, 2017 at Paris-Sorbonne University, Abu Dhabi.
Hosted by UAE Ministry of Economy and the United Nations in Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), GMIS is expected to welcome a hand-selected audience of over 1,200 delegates, including Heads of State, Government Leaders, Ministers, Policy Makers and C-Suite Executives from Global 2000 Companies.
Leading manufacturers from all over the world will be participating in the GCC’s first ever showcase of manufacturing capabilities and investment opportunities. Companies across the entire manufacturing sector will be represented including Petrochemicals; Metal and Mining, Aviation, Steel, Automotive, Aerospace, Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology and Life Sciences, Healthcare Equipment, Food and Beverages, Marine Industry and Cabling, Electronics and many others.
Speaking on the upcoming summit, Captain Mohamed Juma Al Shamisi, CEO of Abu Dhabi Ports said, “As KIZAD is the trade, manufacturing and logistics hub of Abu Dhabi, it is our pleasure to be part of the first industrial summit to ever happen in the world and hosted by the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. We are confident that GMIS is the ideal platform for us to communicate our value preposition to an audience of local, regional and international companies and investors. We are also positive that the new projects we will be unveiling during the event will surely enrich GMIS visitors’ experience.”
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