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  • January 2015: Start of first Metal Middle East in Dubai -- METAL MIDDLE EAST, TUBE ARABIA, ARABIA ESSEN WELDING + CUTTING
    in the broad fields of foundry engineering metallurgy and thermal processing technology will be presented to the trade visitors Organised in collaboration with Messe Düsseldorf and local organiser Al Fajer Information Services Metal Middle East will bring together not only renowned companies from the United Arab Emirates and the Middle East but also international corporations from the metal and steel industry Erhard Wienkamp member of the board at Messe Düsseldorf looks optimistically toward the upcoming premiere We are convinced that we are offering our customers the right industry and contact platform for the Middle Eastern market at the right time with Metal Middle East Metal Middle East is being supported by the Foundry Machinery Metallurgical Plants and Rolling Mills and Thermo Process Technology associations of the VDMA German Engineering Federation CECOF European Committee of Industrial Furnace and Heating Equipment Associations CEMAFON European Foundry Equipment Suppliers Association and EUnited Metallurgy European Metallurgical Equipment Association Tube Arabia is supported by the International Tube Association ITA while DVS German Welding Society stands behind Arabia Essen Welding Cutting The United Arab Emirates UAE is considered the most important hub for trade between Europe Asia and Africa In addition the federation of the seven emirates on the Persian Gulf along with the Middle East is an extremely attractive market for companies and investors alike The Middle Eastern states and the UAE possess one of the largest oil reserves in the world as well as extensive natural gas deposits and are among the wealthiest nations on the planet Oil business tourism and goods and services are the most profitable economic segments The expansion of industrial sectors high technology and tourism benefit the development of infrastructure measures The continuing construction boom major real estate investments and the rising per capita income have led to a rapid increase

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    Navigation Services for journalists Press team Foreign representatives Press material At a glance Picture gallery Market facts Partners Travel information You are here METAL MIDDLE EAST TUBE ARABIA ARABIA ESSEN WELDING CUTTING Press Service Services for journalists Foreign representatives Foreign Representatives 71 foreign representatives support Messe Düsseldorf in 132 countries worldwide They provide a wide range of services for visitors exhibitors and press Read more back to top More informations

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    facts Partners Travel information You are here METAL MIDDLE EAST TUBE ARABIA ARABIA ESSEN WELDING CUTTING Press Service Press material Market facts Ölförderung soll gesteigert werden VAE Milliarden fließen in Petrochemie und Metallbranche Source Märkte der Welt Donnerstag 30 10 2014 Nr 44 Seite 11 30 10 2014 DUBAI MdW gtai Abu Dhabi das mehr als 95 des Öl und Gasausstoßes der Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate VAE liefert will bis 2020

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    a glance Venue Brochure Brochure The Check in brochure will be available in 2016 The Venue Dubai World Trade Centre Since its inception in 1979 the Dubai World Trade Centre has been instrumental in establishing Dubai s position as a global financial and commercial hub and remains a vibrant business epicentre for the region The historic landmark on Dubai s dynamic skyscraper corridor of Sheikh Zayed Road is the iconic 37 storey Sheikh Rashid office tower commissioned as the first property of the Dubai World Trade Centre DWTC facilities have expanded since to comprise the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre DICEC The newest addition to the DICEC complex is the Sheikh Saeed Halls a state of theart extension that opened for the 2009 Exhibition Season Comprising of four new halls this extension brings the DICEC s total amount of covered exhibition space to over a million square feet The halls have been designed and built with the aim of fuelling the growing momentum of the MICE sector in Dubai and handling the increased demand for exhibition space throughout the region With 30 years of expertise in Venue and Estate Management DWTC s offerings include exhibitions organising facilities management property leasing providing Event Services Hospitality and F B both within our venues and for weddings and outside catering requirements As an estate manager DWTC services government offces foreign embassies trade commissions regional headquarters for leading international companies and Fortune 100 corporations Hosting more than 100 world class shows annually DWTC currently welcomes over 1 million visitors and thousands of exhibitors from every corner of the globe to some of the most acclaimed sector specific trade fairs blockbuster consumer events and prestigious international conferences in Dubai State of the art facilities unparalleled customer service and a suite of value added services

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    Exhibitors Halls Review Picture gallery Market facts Partners Travel information You are here METAL MIDDLE EAST TUBE ARABIA ARABIA ESSEN WELDING CUTTING Press Service At a glance Exhibitors Halls METAL MIDDLE EAST TUBE ARBABIA ARABIA ESSEN WELDING CUTTING 2015 Take a look at the exhibitor list and hall plan for METAL MIDDLE EAST TUBE ARBABIA ARABIA ESSEN WELDING CUTTING 2015 Exhibitor list 2015 Hall plan 2015 TEKNO ARABIA TUBE ARABIA

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    to 13 January 2015 Metal Middle East celebrated its première in Dubai from 10 to 13 January 2015 The two trade fairs Tube Arabia and Arabia Essen Welding Cutting a joint project of Messe Essen Messe Düsseldorf and Al Fajer Information Services received a further boost through an additional event Metal Middle East The fifth Tube Arabia the second Arabia Essen Welding Cutting and the newly acquired Metal Middle East attracted 176 exhibitors from 21 countries thus adding up to an important international trade and contact platform for the industry and for the future market of the Middle East and the United Arab Emirates 3 541 trade visitors came to the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre Thanks to the parallel character of these events numerous comprehensive solutions were offered for the requirements of this growing regional market while also creating synergies on the visitors side Moreover visitors were shown all the latest innovations in foundry metalworking and thermal process engineering Read more Post Show Report Take a look at the Post Show Report 2015 for a complete overview on dates and facts Post Show Report 2015 Exhibitor structure 176 exhibitors from 21 countries Australia Austria Belgium China Finland Germany

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    US 23 billion spent on developing its airport infrastructure including US 15 79 billion in Dubai alone Qatar is investing US 11 1 billion in developing its new hub airport the first phase is being opened while work on a second phase would start GCC states are projected to invest more than US 300bn in some 20 energy projects expecting to generate 8 Giga watts of additional power by 2020 Over the next decades as the GCC population grows by 30 to over 50 million Gulf countries are expected to post robust growth over the next decade both in terms of population and GDP By 2020 the region s real GDP is expected to grow by 56 Nominal GDP which was US 341 6 billion in 2000 is forecast to soar to over US 2 trillion in 2020 Gulf steel sector poised for a major growth Some of the GCC countries are amongst the highest consumers of iron and steel products well above the world level of 240 kg per person Per capita consumption of finished steel 323 kg in Saudi Arabia 299 kg in Iran 385 kg in Kuwait 1 288 kg in Qatar and 1 309 kg in UAE World Steel Association figures It forecasted that the Mena countries would become one of the important world centres for producing iron and steel in the next 5 to 10 years although currently the contribution to global production was limited Steel consumption across the GCC has been underpinned by significant investment in the construction sectors of the UAE Saudi Arabia and Qatar The Gulf s steel industry is expected to see a large increase over the next decade which will put it among the top steel produces in Asia The demand for steel is rising at 5 to 6 every

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    WELDING CUTTING Press Service Market facts TUBE ARABIA Robust oil gas industry drives tube pipe sector to new heights Additional US 50 billion to be spent by GCC oil producing countries to increase their current oil field production capacities or to develop new discoveries has truly ignited the tube and pipe industry New investments in the Gulf s pipe tube and steel industries are expected to exceed US 20 billion between now and 2020 Special focus on tube pipe industry The regional pipe industry has been riding a steep demand curve backed by huge planned outlays on oil and gas infrastructure by most regional governments According to the IEA the ME alone will need to invest around US 18 billion in the next five years in new pipelines and associated infrastructure ensuring high volume to weight ratio Total steel pipes capacities in the GCC and North Africa stands approximately at 1 14 mtpa as of 2008 Saudi Arabia produces approximately 60 of the total regional capacity The GCC is expected to add more than 21 000 km during the coming five years to its current pipe network approximately 14 of the global planned pipeline network of 161 000 km The additional pipeline networks in the GCC is expected to deliver a planned demand of steel pipes around 5 3 million tons during the coming five years which is equivalent to US 7 2 billion Middle East countries account for about 34 of the total global demand for pipes as demand is directly related to investment and growth in the oil and gas sector planned projects and government initiatives Also the global demand supply imbalance is very much in favor of ME pipe manufacturers According to the World Energy Council KSA Kuwait the UAE and three other Gulf countries need to

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