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StocExpo Middle East Africa promises strong conference programme and busy exhibition
The Middle East and African tank storage sector is developing at a rapid rate, thanks to continued large scale investment, with the UAE alone set to double its storage capacity in the next few years.
The event is supported by the UAE Ministry of Energy, alongside many oil majors, ports, terminals and institutions.
Attendees will have the opportunity to visit an exhibition with more than 100 international and local suppliers showcasing the latest equipment and state-of-the-art technologies. These span the entire supply chain, from tank design, construction and maintenance, through to innovations in metering and measuring, pumps and valves, automation and loading equipment and inspection and certification services.
At the core of this year’s event will also be a two-day conference, addressing the most significant trends, challenges and opportunities facing the tank storage industry in the Middle East and Africa.
“One look at this year’s programme shows how serious we are about delivering world-class content, finely tailored to global and local needs and the interests of terminal operators in the region,” Nick Powell, StocExpo and Tank Storage portfolio event director said. “Delegates can expect a stellar mix of regional, international and highly technical content, delivered by world authorities.”