September 11, 00:00 - 13, 20:00
Dubai World Trade Centre, Sheikh Zayed Rd - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Materials Handling Middle East

Materials Handling Middle East is the region’s most dedicated trade show for professionals from every facet of the warehousing, intralogistics and supply chain sector, that happens once every two years in Dubai. The Materials Handling 3 day event will be held this year from Monday, 11th of September to Wednesday, 13th of September 2017.

Every year, this event is even larger than its previous editions and is welcoming more than 4,000 trade visitors from over 60 countries. From lifting equipment to automation, the show presents solutions for all your warehousing requirements. Every edition showcases over 250 brands, product demonstrations areas, key industry players, big companies making their debut and a highly considered conference making it an extremely anticipated edition.

Materials Handling Middle East is focused on multiple dynamic sectors such as Retail, Logistics & Supply chain, Automotive, Oil & Gas and Pharmaceuticals, showcasing products and solutions that increase their efficiency and productivity. Materials Handling Middle East is set to see the industry leaders and showcase the latest developments and trends in this always-changing industry.

The 2017 exhibition is set to be even bigger, with several key exhibitors including Span, Al Samaani, RFUFCO and Advansys ESC that already confirmed their participation. The events exhibitors will be bringing the latest automated warehouse solutions, product innovation and even robotics of the materials handling industry. Materials Handling Middle East show will offer you the chance to create and establish business relationships, to see the latest developments and trends in the supply chain industry, and to test the latest products and technologies.


Materials Handling Middle East catering to 6 major industries

Materials Handling Middle East is presenting all your warehousing requirements in one show, catering to six major industries such as Logistics & Supply Chain, Retail, Automotive, FMGC Industry, Oil and Gas and Pharmaceuticals.

Markets and products are changing and if you are in the business of Logistics & Supply Chain it’s important to make Materials Handling Middle East part of your calendar, because the show will unravel new technologies and product developments catering to the market. The Middle East is often called the retail capital of the world and at this show there will be so much to be learned regarding transport, storage and display.

Regarding to automobile business, the show provides the finest automated warehouse system and also you can find out how to reduce redundancies and increase material handling efficiency.

The world’s eyes are always on the region’s Oil and Gas industries and if you’re visiting the show you will find out how you can transition your energy business to automated platforms. Also, you can discover new industrial equipment and vehicles from trusted global brands.

The pharmaceutical industry spends billions every year to discover more innovative methods and medicines, but making the right medicines available at the right time and place is hard. That’s why it’s very important to meet exhibitors with shipment solutions made specifically for pharma.

Materials Handling Events

The Materials Handling Demo Area is a dedicated platform on which headline exhibitors will showcase the incredible capabilities of some of the world’s most trusted forklift brands. Also, in this interactive zone will be demonstrated the latest products in forklift design and technology. Among the major names you can find Toyota, Raymond, Jungheinrich and Hyster.

Warehousing and Materials Handling Conference will happen alongside Materials Handling Middle East exhibition and it will be a unique platform for international industry leaders to discuss the latest trends and new opportunities in the regional materials handling industry.


Show dates: 11 – 13 September 2017
Venue: Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre (DWTC)

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