Economy, Business And Markets

Three Int’l Exhibitions Underway

Three Int’l Exhibitions Underway
Three Int’l Exhibitions Underway

The Tehran International Permanent Fairground is hosting 3 international exhibitions this week with a large number of foreign companies and business representatives participating from various countries.

Trade exhibitions in Tehran are gradually turning into internationally accepted platforms for both domestic and foreign firms to showcase their latest products and achievements, while exploring new opportunities in a dynamic and largely untapped market.

Shortly after Hassan Rouhani took office as Iran’s new president in August 2013, the likelihood of a thaw in relations between Iran and the West convinced many foreign investors to rethink their future investment plans and put Iran on their list of priorities. Since then, the number of foreign participants in Iran’s international trade fairs has dramatically surged, highlighting how important this vast market is for international firms.

More foreign exhibitors promise more business opportunities for domestic companies, leading them to grab the chance to establish fruitful relations with potential customers or traders.

The event organizers have a crucial responsibility to practically promoting the fair and providing appropriate material in English or other foreign languages for relative firms across the globe. However, observing and adhering to international standard by Iranian companies will produce better results for them when interacting with their foreign partners.

Exhibitions act as precious network tools aimed at upgrading business interactions. Hence, foreign exhibitors will surely grasp the chance to put their products on display here, as they see it as a unique trade opportunity.

 Auto Parts Int’l Exhibition  

This year’s auto parts show has brought in more than 400 international auto part manufacturers, 350 local producers, market leaders, and professional business visitors together to showcase the progress they have made in this field and to conclude business contracts, IRNA reported.

The largest auto part gathering in Iran kicked off on Friday and will come to an end on December 1.

 Iran Metafo

The 11th International Exhibition of Metallurgy (steel, mining & mineral industries, casting, non-ferrous metals industry, refractory, related projects and valves), known as Iran Metafo, got underway on November 28 and will run until December 1 at the Tehran International Permanent Fairground.

Almost 400 companies have taken part in the venue, including 140 companies from the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, France, Sweden, and the Netherlands.

The report further said that the number of foreign exhibitors has increased by 35 percent compared with the number of participants in 2013.

As an UFI approved event, Iran Metalfo has been always a successful venue for the participants, as most of them have been reportedly upbeat about the large number of trade enquiries generated.

UFI was founded in 1925 and is now the world’s leading association of trade fair organizers, exhibition and convention centers, professional exhibition associations and industry partners.

 HSE, Fire Fighting and Rescue

The First Health, Safety, Environment, Firefighting & Rescue International Exhibition opened Friday with the aim of showcasing the state-of-the-art technologies and relevant services in a bid to promote high-quality HSE and emergency preparedness.

The expo will be open to public through the first day of December, bringing technicians and companies together to exchange knowledge, unveil new technologies, and underscore the necessity of hiring professional and healthy manpower.