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“Break Black Middle East 2024” will begin on February 12 in Dubai

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The Dubai World Trade Center will host the 2024 Breakbulk Middle East Conference and Exhibition on February 12 and 13 next year, with the aim of supporting the shipping and maritime transport industry and promoting the growth of economies in the Middle East region.
This was announced by the organizers of the “Break Bulk Middle East 2023” conference and exhibition held last month under the auspices of the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, which was a huge success with 6,496 attendees, an increase of 93. % increase in number of visitors and 84% in number of participating parties compared to 2022.

Engineer Hessa Al Malik, Adviser to the Minister of Energy and Infrastructure for Maritime Transport Affairs, said: “We are keen on the Ministry aligning with the leadership’s vision to support the diversification and sustainability of the economy in the UAE and the region. Its growth is in light of the digitization and adoption of new technologies that have enhanced the sector’s value chain both inside and outside the UAE. We are committed to ensuring the development of improved ports and shipping infrastructure.
He added: “Our ultimate goal behind this conference is to empower all stakeholders in the industry so that the UAE becomes a global hub for logistics services. For this reason, we continue to support the Middle East Breakbulk Conference and Exhibition for its importance in promoting it. The sector in the UAE and the Middle East.” As a key contributor to the region’s economic development, the event plays a strategic role by bringing together governments and industry professionals to exchange information and collaborate to achieve added value for industry. We hope that the 2024 edition of the event will continue to work towards achieving the aspirations of the sector and the country in general.”
For his part, Ben Blamir, Events Manager at Breakbulk Middle East, said: “Each year, the interest of those interested in the bulk shipping industry has proven to be highly significant in attending the Breakbulk Middle East Conference and Exhibition. An event specializing in the cargo shipping industry and major projects.. The conversation he witnessed this The year was exceptional, with the participation of experts from 98 countries, led by the United Arab Emirates, India, Saudi Arabia, Germany, Singapore, USA, etc.. More than 32% of the participants are the final decision makers for purchases in the companies they represent and they are the most influential in the industry. Among them, they previously registered They increased the space, which prompted us to add a third hall to meet the growing demand for participation.

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