ITCE is the International African-Arabian Exhibition for Textile, Embroidery and Sewing Machinery & Accessories. ITCE’13
ITCE is the International African-Arabian Exhibition for Textile, Embroidery and Sewing Machinery & Accessories. ITCE’13, the largest trade event in the entire MENA region, is held to serve the ever-growing and promising markets of the textile industries in the region. Since 1994, the show has become the meeting point for importers, manufactures and leading trade figures to get all in face to face experience with the latest global technologies.
ITCE is also the platform for manufacturers and suppliers worldwide to reach buyers and sellers from Egypt (the largest regional textile manufacturer) and the other surrounding countries of the MENA region. The show helps to exchange market information, learn the latest innovations, gain views of experts and make direct business contacts within the weaving, textile, dyeing, embroidery, knitting and sewing machinery sector, and related supporting industries.
ITCE’13....Hub of the MENA Textile Industries!
Held over 35,600 m2, ITCE in its 12th version in 2010 attracted more than 34,000 visitors from Egypt and regional countries. The new version ITCE'13 aims at targeting the opportunities in the Middle East and Africa that have emerged after the recent major regional developments and the freeing of administrative, regulatory and fiscal constraints, providing investors with easy access to penetrate the regional market of around 400 million consumers.
ITCE series are held in Egypt, the largest textile manufacturer in the region. The country is the perfect host for such an international event for several reasons. Egypt is the central industrial hub of the whole MENA region with the largest and highly experienced labour force. Egypt is also the most populous country (82+ millions) and enjoying the second largest regional economy after Saudi Arabia. With more than 15 free industrial zones, QIZ protocols and very good international relations, the country presents a global point of attraction for new investments.
In addition to moderate atmosphere and tourist attractions, Egypt obtains a noticeable and eminent position in the MENA region introducing it as the essence of these markets. Through the Suez Canal, Egypt holds in one hand the transportation routes by sea, air and road between the Mediterranean markets and the MENA region, and in the other hand stretches trade ties and agreements with other African & COMESSA countries. Such environment contributes in providing more successful business platform and opportunities for companies participating at ITCE’13