Tehran Hosts IBEX 2016
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Tehran Hosts IBEX 2016

Tehran is hosting the 10th International Flour and Bakery Industry Exhibition, otherwise known as IBEX 2016, in which representatives from nearly 200 Iranian and 60 foreign companies are participating.
Companies from Germany, Turkey, Greece, Italy, France, South Korea, Poland, Sweden, Czech Republic, Belgium, Switzerland, Russia, Lebanon, Spain, the Netherlands and Austria are showcasing their latest products and achievement. 
The four-day expo opened on December 6 at Tehran’s International Fairground, according to the executive manager of the event.
“These companies are active in the fields of flour production and baking machinery, edible emulsifiers and baker’s yeast, laboratory services, silo construction, bread and cakes, packaging, coffee and grain production, cafe equipment and protective clothing,” ISNA quoted Ali Moein as saying.

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