The UAE will once again participate in a leading German trade show taking place this month.
About 10 UAE government bodies and 30 companies will take part in Hanover Messe.
The UAE will rent 980 square metres of floor space at the event, which will take place between April 25 and 29.
The Emirates will host an investment and business forum on the second day of the event.
The Ministry of Economy, Abu Dhabi Ports, Dubai Industrial City, Adnoc, Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Strata, the Khalifa Fund and the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development will all take part in the fair.
“This participation is exceptionally important as it comes along with other national bodies under the UAE umbrella, and as the representatives of these bodies are keen on getting the best results from attending this global event,” said Mohammed Helal Al Muhairi, director general of Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and industry.
Hanover Messe attracted 6,200 exhibitors and 250,000 visitors last year.
The exhibition occupies 496,000 sq metres, which is the equivalent of 70 football pitches.
“Our participation in Hanover Messe for the sixth consecutive year reflects our interest in providing the best offers to encourage direct industrial and logistic investment in Khalifa Industrial City in Abu Dhabi,” said Mohammed Al Shamsi, the chief executive of Abu Dhabi Ports.
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