ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES — The 23rd Annual International Association of Operative Millers (IAOM) Mideast & Africa District Conference & Expo will be Dec. 5-8 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Centre, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
The event is hosted by Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA) and AGTHIA Group Company, chaired by H.H. Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, chairman of Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs-Chairman.
This year’s conference topics on management issues will focus on the current volatile market, which would aid millers in reducing their business decision risks. The latest technology in milling practices and quality control will also be presented. The three-day conference and expo is an opportunity to address these issues and promote new trends and innovations in the milling industry.
The exhibition is expected to have 100 participants from various countries. The exhibiting companies will come from various countries representing grain traders, machinery manufactures, food processing and packing companies, and other experts from the industry.
The overall interest to participate in the conference and expo is estimated to be higher than the previous years. The organizer expects more than 600 delegates from 50 countries will attend this event, representing multi-trade grain houses, flour millers, government authorities, commodity traders and machinery suppliers.
“Abu Dhabi, one of the seven sheikhdoms that make up the United Arab Emirates, is the largest geographically, occupying more than 80 percent of the UAE’s total area. Distinctive Arabian hospitality, mystique and world-class infrastructure make Abu Dhabi an enchanting destination for our forthcoming Conference & Expo,” said Merzad Jamshidi, District Director of IAOM.
The IAOM Conference & Expo is held annually, rotating between the Middle East and Africa region.
For more information, please check the website www.iaom-mea.com or please contact [email protected], tel: 968.2471.2338, or fax: 968.2471.1340.