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Middle East’s advanced cable market examined in detail

The value and potential of the Middle East’s advanced wire and cable market is exceptional.

The value of construction and infrastructure projects in the Middle East is forecast to be worth in excess of US$1 trillion by 2018, offering domestic and global wire and cable producer’s enormous investment and business growth opportunities.

Advanced Cable Middle East 2015 examined the markets for advanced power transmission, subsea cables, construction and building infrastructure, fire performance, specialty and fibre optic cables across the region and provided a detailed analysis of long-term advanced cable demand for the region and examined the challenges and strategies to remain profitable.

2nd Advanced Cable Middle East taking place on the 2-3 February 2016 in Dubai.

The 2nd Advanced Cable Middle East will examine the issues driving demand for advanced cable in the Middle East and investigate the challenges and strategies to remain profitable.

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Speakers

Hamid R.Alzayani - Arab Cable Manufacturers Association…

President

Mr. Hamid R. Alzayani a Baccalaureate in Business Administration from American University, Beirut holds position of Honorary Counsellor of the…

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Andrew Shaw - Ducab

Managing Director

Andrew Shaw has been Managing Director of Dubai Cable Company (Ducab), since 2007.  Ducab is one of the region’s premier…

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Gert Hoefman - Oman Cables Industry (SAOG)

Chief Executive Officer

Gert Hoefman is the CEO of Oman Cables Industry and a board member of Oman Aluminium Processing Industries. He is…

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Mohammed Itani - Energya Cables Saudi Arabia…

Chief Executive Officer

Mohammed Itani CEO of Energya Cables Company, is a recognized leader in executive development having served a global client base…

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Charles Edouard Mellagui Maguy - Qatar International Cables Co.…

Chief Executive Officer

Charles-Edouard is the President of Nexans in Qatar and CEO of Qatar International Cables Company since September 2011. Prior to…

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Steve Goddard - Prysmian Middle East

Sales and Marketing Manager

Steve Goddard is a Sales and marketing Manager at  Prysmian PowerLink S.r.l , mainly responsible for Sales of High Voltage…

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Programme

The programme details the key subjects for discussion, including:

  • Analysis of the Middle East market
  • Meet emerging wire and cable demand
  • Opportunities of the rollout of power cables
  • Identify opportunities for advanced cable in the construction sector
  • Implications of fire performance cable standards
  • Opportunitities for the sector in the oil and gas market
  • Specialty cable technology demand driven by investment and upgrades to transportation
  • Market trends of raw materials for cable production
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Attendee list

Discover which global wire and cable producers have confirmed their attendance. As the leading meeting place

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Venue & Accommodation

The conference will take place at the Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi. Integer have negotiated preferential rates for your stay. Book your room here.

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