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Back by popular demand, the eagerly anticipated MENA Nonwovens Conference is designed for nonwovens professionals and business leaders operating within the Middle East and North Africa.

This 2-day conference features expert speakers from leading governmental and non-governmental organisations, top regional and global companies, presenting important developments on:

  • Market overview in the MENA Region
  • Social & Consumer Perspective
  • Nonwovens & Health
  • Raw Materials & Circularity
  • Nonwovens in Personal Care

A tabletop is organised together with the conference to maximize networking and business connections.

"It was a pleasure to have the opportunity to attend and represent SABIC at EDANA, the voice of nonwovens MENA conference in 2024. There, we engaged with our customers and the hygiene value chain, gaining valuable insights into upcoming trends, needs, and challenges in the industry. Conferences like EDANA MENA offer an excellent platform for networking, exchanging ideas, and building relationships with industry professionals. This is an exciting prospect that can contribute to the growth and success of SABIC."  Mansour Al Goblan, Sr. Scientist, Market Development & Technical Support at SABIC

Day 1
24 January 2024
09.30 - 18.00
Registration desk open
09.30 - 10.30
☕ Welcome coffee & visit of the tabletop exhibition

10.30 - 10.40
Opening and Welcome Address
Murat Dogru General Manager EDANA
10.40 - 11.10
Fireside Chat with Stefano Martinelli Vice President UAE and KSA - Amazon

Mr Martinelli will provide profound insights into consumer perceptions and the latest e-commerce trends, setting the stage for a comprehensive exploration of the evolving social and consumer landscape.

Stefano Martinelli Vice President UAE and KSA Amazon
11.10 - 12.10
Session 1: Market overview in the MENA Region

Experts including, Jacques Prigneaux, EDANA’s Market Analysis & Economic Affairs Director, will open the conference with a market overview for the MENA region, including exploring investment opportunities in emerging sectors.

11.10 - 11.40
Global and Regional Economic Outlook
  • Overview of recent developments in the global economy
  • Overview of recent developments in regional economies
  • 2024 outlook for global and regional economies
Jeanne Walters Senior Economist Emirates NBD
11.40 - 12.10
The MENA Nonwovens Industry in a Global Perspective
  • Over the last decade, the nonwovens production has recorded significant growth rates in the Middle East and North African countries thanks to major investments.
  • Global trade flows of roll goods have never been so intense and is impacting the global nonwovens industry.
  • This presentation will compare the evolution of the nonwovens industry in the region with the other regions of the world, in terms of production processes and market segments.
Jacques Prigneaux Market Analysis & Economic Affairs Director EDANA
12.10 - 13.40
🍴 Networking Lunch at the Kitchen Restaurant
13.40 - 17.00
Session 2: Nonwovens in Personal Care

This session will be dedicated to Absorbent Hygiene Products, providing a comprehensive overview of the hygiene market and delving into intricate technical aspects.

13.40 - 14.10
Insights, The Hygienic Products Industry in the MENA Region and Africa
  • Introduction: demographic overview & GDP data
  • Market insights for AHP products
  • Key social changes, corresponding market impact, and medium-term market drivers
Mahdy Katbe CEO Unicharm Gulf Hygienic Industries
14.10 - 14.40
MENA Hygiene Market Outlook from an outsider’s perspective
  • Why you should invest in the Middle East, especially Saudi Arabia, and the challenges faced pre- & post-acquisition
  • Acclimatizing to a region with a different culture, language & religion
  • Hygiene market challenges in MENA compared to East Asia and major driving market forces for MENA
  • Opportunities, vulnerabilities, and prospects for growth for the MENA hygiene market
Michael Wong Senior Vice President/Sales Deputy General Manager/SAAF Jofo Nonwovens Company
14.40 - 15.10
How to optimize core integrity in thinner core diapers

This session will look at the key parameters for optimizing the core integrity in thinner core diapers starting with the core forming process, fluff core density, and shape. Dr. Voss will also cover:

  • The different core designs driving consumer satisfaction
  • How adhesives can enable thinner core designs
Dr. Karsten Voss Scientist Research Manager H.B. Fuller Deutschland
15.10 - 16.00
Networking break & visit of the tabletop exhibition
16.00 - 16.30
The evolution of baby diapers in Africa and Middle East market
  • Market trends in the Region
  • Consumers requests and behaviors
  • The main challenges from the technology point of view
Alberto Inzani Area Sales Manager GDM
16.30 - 17.00
Precious family moments start with elastics

This session will cover what you need to know about elastic components in diapers from trends to current requirements. Marcel will also address:

  • The odour exposure of different materials
  • Designing films and stretch laminates
  • Sourcing sustainable materials
Dr. Marcel Gruendken Global Senior Manager, Market Development, Elastic Components Kuraray Group
17.00 - 17.10
Wrap-up of the day
17.10 - 18.00
Free time to visit the Tabletop Exhibition
19.00 - 22.00
Dinner reception at the Nuska Restaurant
Day 2
25 January 2024
09.00 - 16.00
Registration desk open
09.00 - 09.30
Welcome coffee & visit of the tabletop exhibition


10.00 - 12.45
Session 3 - Nonwovens in Health

Experts will showcase how nonwoven-based products contribute to maintaining high standards in the MENA region, offering facts, figures, and requirements for products in the medical and filtration markets.

Moderator: Krzysztof D. Malowaniec Consultant KDM Management Consultancy Firm
10.00 - 10.30
Market anatomy for medical devices in the MENA Region
  • Introduction to Mecomed, and the Middle East region: a market of many facets and opportunities
  • Overview of the regulatory and economic landscape for medical devices in MENA
  • Woundcare, urology and much more in the Middle East
Rami Rajab Chief Executive Officer Mecomed
10.30 - 11.00
Disposable medical developments impacting the healthcare market

Tareq Afyouni will share an overview of the global and UAE disposables market with a focus on:

  • Personal protective equipment: price vs quality
  • Incontinence market and shift in required sizes
  • Raw materials and innovative care solutions
Tareq Afyouni Group Development Manager Almazroui Medical Group
11.00 - 11.45
Coffee break & visit of the tabletop exhibition
11.45 - 12.15
Recent and expected changes in MENA /UAE legislations of relevance for medical disposables
Christopher Gunson Partner AMERELLER
12.15 - 12.45
A tale of two HEPA applications - HEPA in HVAC vs. HEPA in air intake in turbo machinery
  • Application of HEPA media in general
  • Different HVAC vs Turbomachinery
  • Media requirement and customer challenge
Dr. Mahmoud Amro Global Product Manager Hengst Filtration
12.45 - 14.15
Networking lunch at the Kitchen Restaurant
14.15 - 15.45
Session 4 - Raw Materials & Circularity

Expert speakers will delve into the regulatory landscape and circulatory requirements related to raw materials, exploring sustainable practices and innovation for an environmentally conscious future.

14.15 - 14.45
Innovative solutions that can offer sustainability benefits

This session will showcase how ExxonMobil has:

  • developed a solution that delivers new, certified-circular products into important end uses such as hygiene products
  • led industry innovations that help advance modern living and is working towards a net-zero future
  • supported value chain ambitions to help to improve plastic circularity for the nonwoven and hygiene industry
Cagri Gok MEAF Sales Manager, PolyPropylene/Specialty Polymers ExxonMobil
14.45 - 15.15
Sustainable innovative solutions for hygiene applications

SABIC will share an overview of:

  • Megatrends in the hygiene industry
  • Their polyolefin products portfolio (intended for personal hygiene applications)
  • How they're contributing to circularity
  • Developments for nonwovens used in hygiene and medical applications
Mansour Algoblan Sr. Scientist, Market Development & Technical Support SABIC
15.15 - 15.45
Adapting the building insulation market: how to benefit from environmentally and economically friendly nonwovens production technologies
  • Market, challenges and opportunities in building insulation
  • Solutions for eco-friendly nonwovens products
  • Importance of product development and carrying out trials in technical centres
Arnaud Laroche Area Sales Manager ANDRITZ Perfojet
15.45 - 15.50
Closing words
15.50 - 17.30
Farewell coffee
Stefano Martinelli
Vice President UAE and KSA

Stefano Martinelli is the Vice President of Amazon in the UAE and KSA, based out of Dubai. Spearheading the business’ growth across the region, Martinelli and his team are guided by four principles: customer obsession, passion for invention, commitment to operational excellence, and long-term thinking.

Martinelli started his career at Amazon back in 2011, launching Amazon.it for Italian customers. He spent over eight years in launch roles across the business, before taking on the role of GCC Retail Director, in Dubai, in 2020. In his current role, Martinelli continues to be focused on providing customers with a localized service, trusted online shopping experience, an ever-growing array of products and services, paired with great prices, as well as convenience through various payment options and fast delivery.

Prior to his role with Amazon, Stefano led tech teams within a multinational web company for four years. He also worked in HR for three years driving organizational projects, and was in management consulting for seven years. Stefano holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Management Engineering from Politecnico di Milano in Italy.

Tareq Afyouni
Group Development Manager
Almazroui Medical Group

A Group Development Manager with many years of experience in Biomedical industry, currently working directly with government officials in many areas along with Private sector leads, in addition to Educators and Research Professionals associated with Medical Education and Science Research.

Mansour Algoblan
Sr. Scientist, Market Development & Technical Support

Mansour is leading the market development activities to grow differentiated business at existing and new Hygiene and Healthcare customers. Also Mansour drives the deployment of innovation programs in the MEAF region, and provides technical support to customers.

Dr. Mahmoud Amro
Global Product Manager
Hengst Filtration
  • Product & Business Development Manager
  • 54 years old, married
  • Backgroud: Mechanical Engineering / Energy Technology
  • More than 25 Years Academic and Industrial Experience
  • Product Manager Hengst Filtration Germany last 4 Years
  • Business field: Filtration in Power generation and Oil & Gas
  • Global Business with focus on Middle East & north Africa Market
Cagri Gok
MEAF Sales Manager, PolyPropylene/Specialty Polymers

Cagri studied in mechanical engineering at Istanbul Technical University in Türkiye and MSc in International Management at University of Surrey Roehampton in UK.

Cagri has been working for ExxonMobil around 17 years and leads the Strategic Accounts in MENA region for Hygiene and nonwoven industries.

He has had several roles in commercial leadership positions at ExxonMobil in Finished Lubricants, Base Stocks, Intermediates and PolyPropylene/Specialty Polymer business units.

Cagri is based with her family in Istanbul-Türkiye and is passionate about archeology, nature, music, and cultures.

Dr. Marcel Gruendken
Global Senior Manager, Market Development, Elastic Components
Kuraray Group

Dr. Marcel Gruendken is a global manager in the specialty chemical industry at Kuraray. He is leading technical and market developments and is responsible for elastic components in absorbent hygiene products. Previously, he worked in the consumer industry for packaging and disposable hygiene products - in Europe and the United States. His background is in materials & technology. He has studied in Darmstadt (Germany) and Enschede (Netherlands). He joined some global management programs, including one in St. Gallen (Switzerland) - and obtained a driving license in Frankfurt (Germany). On flights he prefers the windows seat, enjoys soft drinks with ice and plays basketball whenever he has have time.

Dr. Gruendken will present "Precious moments start with elastics":

  • Elastic components in diapers, trends and requirements
  • Odor exposure of different materials
  • Designing films and stretch laminates
  • Sustainable materials
Christopher Gunson

Christopher Gunson is a partner based in the Dubai office.  He represents numerous multinational companies on all aspects of business in the Middle East region. This work includes commercial transactions, strategic investments, joint ventures, and regulatory compliance.

He is fluent in Japanese and much of his practice involves representing and advising Japanese businesses on matters in the Middle East region.

In addition to his corporate and commercial work, Chris conducts substantial work in the oil and gas sector, and he is a frequent author and commentator in news media concerning developments in the oil and gas sector in Abu Dhabi and Iraq.

Alberto Inzani
Area Sales Manager

Alberto is graduated in mechanical engineering, Master’ s degree at Politecnico di Milano university.

 After six years spent in Oil & Gas sector, he moved to Disposable Hygiene market to develop new skills and understand different business dynamics.

Alberto is currently working as Area Sales Manager, with the role of leading sales & market development and be responsible for GDM growth in Middle East and India regions.

His strong technical background and commercial experience are provided to customers with the aim of finding best solution for a “win to win” strategy.

 Passion for travels and sports, he enjoys spending time with other people to immerse himself in different cultures and behaviors.

Mahdy Katbe
Unicharm Gulf Hygienic Industries

Focused expertise in the absorbent hygienic products industry in the MENA region and selected African countries spanning over a 35 year period. Multiple other expertise in diverse industries and geographic areas covering financial, marketing and general management functions. Active in corporate social responsibility with board representation in the educational field.

Arnaud Laroche
Area Sales Manager
ANDRITZ Perfojet

Arnaud is gratuated in Mechanical and Industrial Manufacturing Process with a Master‘s Degree Engineering from the University of Technology Belfort-Montbéliard (France).

He has joined ANDRITZ Perfojet in 1999, serving initially as Project Manager and moved to Sales department in 2004, developping markets for complete nonwovens lines in various areas such as China, Turkey and Far East countries.

Moderator: Krzysztof D. Malowaniec
KDM Management Consultancy Firm

Chris Malowaniec joined our industry over 40 years ago, first working in the R&D of VPN in Nuremberg, the past 36 years active at Paul Hartmann as Head of R&D and Corporate Communications. Now, retired, he offers his knowledge and experience as an independent consultant, KDM Management Consultancy Firm. His hobbies are music, hunting and wine.

Jacques Prigneaux
Market Analysis & Economic Affairs Director

Jacques Prigneaux leads EDANA’s Market Analysis and Economic Affairs department and provides industry analyses to the nonwovens community.

He graduated with a Masters degree in Economics from the Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium) and he focused his researches in industrial economics and econometrics. He has been with EDANA since April 2007. Before that he worked for CIRFS, the association of European man-made fibres’ producers for ten years.

He is responsible for managing research, market analysis and statistical activities at EDANA.

Rami Rajab
Chief Executive Officer

Rami Rajab serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Mecomed, the trade association for Medical Devices, Diagnostics, and Imaging Industries in the Middle East and Africa. His leadership extends beyond this pivotal role, contributing to several regional and international trade associations through active involvement in various focus groups.

With a robust career spanning 37 years, Rami is recognized as a multidisciplinary healthcare expert. He boasts comprehensive experience in commercial leadership, organizational change management, and holistic healthcare industry engagement. His expertise lies in pinpointing opportunities and fostering collaborations across the global healthcare landscape. Throughout his career, Rami has seamlessly donned hats across Sales & Marketing, Market Access, ESG, and various Trade Association roles.

His professional drive centers on enhancing patient lives and catalysing healthcare transformation through stakeholder engagement, innovation, education, and corporate social responsibility.

Rami's global footprint is evident in his diverse roles across multiple geographies, including the Middle East & Africa, Europe, Latin America, South and South-East Asia, and China. His portfolio further expanded as he took on global leadership responsibilities. A notable milestone in his journey was his role in the merger and integration of Cyberonics and Sorin Group, leading to the establishment of LivaNova.

His deep insights into market dynamics stem from continuous interaction with a broad spectrum of stakeholders in the Healthcare Ecosystem. This includes engagements with government officials, hospital conglomerates, International Medical Associations, and global healthcare bodies. He frequently collaborates on pressing issues related to health policy, innovation, ethics, compliance, legislation, sustainability, and reimbursement.

Dr. Karsten Voss
Scientist Research Manager
H.B. Fuller Deutschland

Dr. Karsten Voss joined H.B. Fuller in 2015 after his post-doctoral research in the field of polymer science at the Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand and the University of Rostock, Germany. Before completing his research, he received a doctorate and master’s degree in chemistry grade from the University of Rostock.

Dr. Voss works in the research and development group for the EIMEA region. He is responsible for all hygiene-related hot melt adhesive solution developments, and with his expertise, he drives innovations for the hygiene market.

Dr Voss will present "Key parameters to optimize core integrity in thinner core diapers":

  • Parameters that influence core integrity: Core Forming Process, Fluff Core Density and Shape
  • Different Core Designs driving consumer satisfaction
  • Adhesive enabling thinner cores designs
Jeanne Walters
Senior Economist
Emirates NBD

Jeanne Walters joined Emirates NBD in 2022 as a senior economist, and works on the bank’s global macroeconomic coverage. Jeanne started her career at the South African Reserve Bank, before moving to the UK where she worked as an economist at the Bank of England for several years. Jeanne also has experience in consultancy both in South Africa and the Middle East. She holds an MSc in Economic Policy from University College London and an MCom in Econometrics from the University of Pretoria.

Michael Wong
Senior Vice President/Sales Deputy General Manager/SAAF
Jofo Nonwovens Company

Graduate in Chemistry, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, UK and Business Management at Ashridge Business School, UK.

Almost 30 years as Vice President of Sales and Marketing with BBA Nonwovens in Asia Pacific region responsible for Hygiene,  Medical and Industrial industry before joining Jofo Nonwovens China in 2011. Presently, Senior Vice President in Sales of Jofo Group in China and Deputy General Manager of Jofo joint venture in Saudi Arabia, SAAF. Have been a very active veteran of the nonwoven industry and serving as Secretary of Hong Kong Nonwovens Association for more than 20 years.

A.Celli Nonwovens
We offer a comprehensive range of master roll winders and slitter-rewinders featuring customized solutions for spunbond,spunmelt, spunlace and air through bonded nonwovens roll goods production, with focus on lightweight fabrics and high-speed production.
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Alkan International FZE
Alkan International is a reputable company that specializes in trading. The company’s focus on providing high-quality products to its customers has made it a popular choice among businesses looking for top-notch trading services.
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With nonwoven experience starting from early 80’s, Anpap designs and manufactures production machinery for Airlaid and other nonwoven processes. Our portfolio includes turn key airlaid production and pilot lines as well as individual process machinery
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Cellulose Converting Solutions (CCS)
Italian company with thirty-years of experience in the engineering and installation of disposable hygiene product equipment, such as adult incontinence products, lady napkins, baby diapers, underpads, fluid absorbing pads, baby/adult bibs.
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Fabric Textile For Printing and Hygiene Products
FTN is a manufacturer and supplier of nonwoven fabrics, catering to diverse industries worldwide. With our commitment to innovation, sustainability, and customer satisfaction, we are proud to be a trusted partner for businesses seeking reliable solutions
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Fibertex Personal Care
Fibertex Personal Care produce essential components for baby diapers, feminine hygiene and adult incontinence care products. We specialise in spunmelt nonwovens and printing solutions with a strong commitment to develop more sustainable materials
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Worldwide leader in industrial market solutions for disposable hygiene & health care industries. Driven by knowledge and passion for innovation, we are the reliable technological & consulting partner that supports you throughout the whole value chain.
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We are one of India's leading manufacturers of PP (Polypropylene) based 'Spunmelt' & 'Spunbond' Nonwoven Fabric
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H.B. Fuller
With more than 40 years of technology leadership in the hygiene adhesive market we know what matters to customers. An adhesive supplier with industry experts that can deliver the products your customers want and the end-to-end support your business needs
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As a specialist in ultrasonic welding of nonwovens, Herrmann has been developing safe and efficient welding systems for over 60 years. Herrmann ensures a sustainable and economical welding process in the long term as a trusted advisor.
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IMA TMC offers the most innovative and complete solutions, from primary packaging up to palletizing, for Nonwoven Personal Care products and Tissue. Based in Italy with a worldwide network of sales and after-sales services, IMA TMC is the ideal partner.
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IMS Technologies
GOEBEL IMS is a leading provider of slitter rewinders, in-line winders and high-performance machines for a wide range of materials, such as nonwoven, film, paper and board, tobacco, liquid aseptic packaging, flexible packaging and alufoil.
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INDEX26 / Palexpo
INDEX™ is the key global platform for the nonwovens industry. It represents a cost-effective and highly-targeted opportunity to reach the entire market in one location. We look forward to welcoming for INDEX™26, from 19 to 22 May 2026.
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Investkonsult Sweden
We want to be the best provider of consultancy services and used machinery in the nonwoven and hygiene industries.
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Leading provider of technologies for industrial image processing (machine vision). our vision systems are used in the automotive, battery, glass, solar, traffic and packing sectors.
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Kansan Machinery
engineering, technology, and machinery group that creates essential manufacturing solutions for all aspects of wet wipe production from converting and packaging to lid application, and even further integration to case packers and palletizers.
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KTEX Nonwovens
KTEX is a leader in the nonwoven fabrics industry, specializing in providing innovative fabrics for the hygiene, medical, and industrial markets.
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Kuraray Europe
Innovation-driven company with Japanese roots, Kuraray is a global specialty chemicals company and one of the largest suppliers of industrial polymers and synthetic microfibers for many sectors of industry.
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Neos supports manufacturing companies worldwide in providing distinctiveness to absorbent hygiene and medical disposable products, since 1995
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PFN has been a formidable player in the global hygiene market, offering an innovative array of ultra-lightweight non-woven spunmelt materials tailored for personal hygiene, healthcare, and industrial applications.
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Manufacturer of films and laminates, used as a backsheet of AHP's and single wrap of sanitary napkins. Product range includes film breathable and non, plain or laminated with a broad variety of nonwovens, for ultra-soft laminates.
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Global chemicals and polymers company operating in around 50 countries. As a strategic material solutions provider, SABIC is working with its customers to create new products that allow for lighter, safer and more functional nonwovens.
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Saudi German Co. For Nonwoven Products
SGN is a 100% Saudi owned company utilizing the latest German technology to manufacture outstanding Nonwovens for the Hygiene, Medical, Agriculture and Industrial sectors.
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Complete nonwoven production lines or single core components - Truetzschler Nonwovens has a perfect solution for a wide range hydroentangled (spunlaced), needle-punched, through-air and chemically bonded nonwovens.
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United Saudi Company
We are a specialized manufacturer of carded thermal bond and Air-through bond Nonwoven Fabrics in roll goods for the hygiene, medical, wipes & cleaning applications.
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VMI Group
Through experienced and highly skilled people and an ambitious and enterprising management team, VMI is acknowledged as a respected market leader offering innovative machinery that is continuously developed and further enhanced.
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Zuiko Corporation
Worldwide support from consulting to the development and manufacturing of disposable hygiene products
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Practical info


Fees include the entrance to the conference and tabletop exhibition, lunches, coffee breaks, and the conference presentations in digital format. Fees exclude applicable VAT.

Register before 1 December 2023 and benefit from early bird fees

 Member        Non-member
 Early bird: 1.150€ Early bird: 1.450€
 Regular: 1.350€ Regular: 1.650€

Discount: benefit from a 15% discount by registering a minimum of 4 delegates. Registrations must be done simultaneously to benefit from the discount. The discount does not apply to tabletops. 

Tabletop exhibition

Book your tabletop and showcase your expertise to the delegates. Register early to secure your spot and benefit not only from reduced registration fees but also to guarantee a room at the hotel at a discounted conference rate. Spaces are limited.

Book before 1 December 2023 and benefit from early bird fees

 Member        Non-member
 Early bird: 2.100€ Early bird: 2.700€
 Regular: 2.350€ Regular: 2.900€


The fee includes:

  • 1 table, 2 chairs and an electrical connection 
  • A delegate pass for one member of the exhibiting company. Upon reception of payment, you will receive a specific code via email to register the delegate included in your package.
  • Company recognition in pre-event marketing, in the mobile app, on the event website, and other messaging where appropriate 

Note: to register an additional delegate from your company, please use this link.

Fees exclude the 21% Belgian VAT. 

Sponsorship opportunities

Give your company the visibility it deserves: our high-visibility sponsorship opportunities are powerful, cost-effective solutions for increasing your presence and standing out from the crowd.

To become a sponsor, please contact delphine.rens@edana.org

Previous edition

Expert insight and industry innovation showcased at Middle East & North Africa Symposium

Over 200 delegates from more than 100 companies were welcomed to Dubai for the fourth edition of the region’s premier conference for the nonwovens industry.

The symposium and exhibition featured expert analysis on market outlook, product innovation, demographic trends and sustainability initiatives over the two-day event, with dedicated sessions on geotextiles, raw material trends and nonwovens in the health sector. Read more

“This symposium has recognized the importance of the MENA region for the nonwovens industry and allowed my team and me to meet many of our customers in a friendly, informative and efficient way. The diverse range of presentations and delegates has helped further cement the region as a growth generator for the industry."
Haitham Alhudhaif, President, Saudi German Co. for Nonwoven Products.  

"EDANA's MENA Symposium reaffirms their commitment to supporting multiple industries and areas. For the MENA region, one of the world's most promising, EDANA's resources are proving to be solid support pillars for the industry itself, the regulatory framework and end users.” 
Mahdy Katbe, CEO, Unicharm Gulf Hygienic Industries

“All EDANA nonwoven symposia I have joined over the years have always surpassed my expectations and Dubai is no exception. Listening to ideas and challenges in unrelated application fields remains and inspiring source for fresh ideas.”
Ludwig Busam, ex-Director Global Material Development & Supply Baby Care, Procter & Gamble.

Special thanks to our sponsors:

Mada Nonwovens sponsor MENA NW Symposium 2018                     TIGIL sponsor MENA NW Symposium 2018

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