TDAP sets up pavilion at trade fair in DubaiMarch 2, 2016
KARACHI: Paperworld & Playworld Middle East closed its doors altogether on 3rd March, 2016 in Dubai in which 300 exhibitors from 36 countries and more than 6,500 visitors made it the largest and most international trade fair for the stationery, office supplies and toys sector in the world.
Eight exhibitors from Pakistan participated in Paperworld & Playworld Middle East 2016. Pakistan Pavilion at Paperworld Middle East, Dubai was established by TDAP.
Five exhibitors from Pakistan exhibited at Paperworld Middle East including Indus Pencil Industries (Pvt) Limited, Mark Industries (Pvt) Limited, Pakistan Pencil (Pvt) Limited, Sayyed Engineers (Pvt) Limited & Shahsons (Pvt) Limited. They exhibited with the products covering writing instruments, school supplies, water & duster colours & other office supplies products.
While a well known company Dollar Industries (Pvt) Limited & Shark Stationery from Pakistan participated on their own. Bola Gema also participated in the Playworld Middle East 2016 displayed their wide range of sports & promotional balls.
A variety of office supplies, paper products, toys & kids products presented at Paperworld & Playworld Middle East by international and local manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors. The fairs facilitated opportunities that can boost business.
Aashir Naveed, Marketing Executive from Pakistan Pencils (Pvt) Ltd said: “Paperworld Middle East 2016 was a successful show and it’s growing year by year. We are planning to join the fair next year again.” Anis ur Rehman, Director from Dollar Industries (Pvt) Ltd. said that, “Paperworld Middle East is a successful trade show, we met people not only from Middle East but from across the globe. Its a good platform to boost up your business.”
Ashhad Shamim, International Trade Manager from Shahsons (Pvt) Ltd. said: “Its our third participation in Paperworld Middle East and this is the best one for us till now. Number of visitors has increased and better opportunities can be seen.”