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Breakbulk Middle East 2023


Government ministries, private sector oil & gas companies, and the world’s top EPCs hold the keys to these lucrative contracts, and Breakbulk Middle East has become the place to meet these decision-makers. And because of strong gatekeeping systems within Middle Eastern companies, this event is one of the few ways to make direct contact with them.

Conveniently located in Dubai, Breakbulk Middle East will attract more than 2000 companies representing the full industrial supply chain from over 55 countries. Don't miss your chance to forge the relationships your company needs to grow its business in this promising region that puts innovation first.

When:

February 13, 2023

Where:

Dubai World Trade Center

Contact:

Ben Blamire
[email protected]

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