Exact dates to be confirmed soon
This 2-day conference featured expert speakers from leading governmental and non-governmental organisations, top regional and global companies, presenting important developments in hygiene and wipes, medical, filtration, geotextiles, construction, but also trends in raw material, market information, consumers insights and regulatory, trade and customs.
A tabletop is organised together with the conference to maximize networking and business connections.
“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, Director Global Material Development & Supply Baby Care, Procter & Gamble.
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
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