Travel Catering Expo 2014

Travel Catering Expo
2014-05-11 - 2014-05-13
Floor Size
Event contact title
Sales Director
Event contact first name
Event contact last name
El Forkh
Event contact telephone number
+971 2 4090484
+971 2 4917612

Travel Catering Expo is the Middle East’s dedicated exhibition for the products, services and technologies required for the airport and airline catering industry. Travel Catering Expo will gather leading global suppliers, caterers and experts to provide a dedicated platform for the region to discuss industry challenges and opportunities, thus ensuring the sector mirrors the growth and success of the region’s thriving aviation industry. The event will feature a full range of products and services relevant to the travel catering industry (both at airports and airlines) - from catering, packaging, galley, transportation and refrigeration equipment to crockery, cutlery, food, snack foods and beverages. Travel Catering Expo will also be co-located with the 14th edition of Airport Show, the leading airport dedicated event in the Middle East and North Africa and one of the largest airport related exhibitions in the world.

Attendee information

Free registration for trade visitors. Visitor Target Groups •Flight Catering Units – either run by airlines, airports or independent •Airlines themselves •Cruise Operators in the region •General Large Scale Catering Companies •Charter / Business Jet Operators

Exhibitor information

Exhibition Product Profile/Groups: •Airline Caterers •Airline Catering Equipment •Beverage / Beverage Equipment •Chinaware and Disposable Crockery •Cleaning and Dishwashing Equipment •Cutlery •Food and Beverage •Food Packaging, Processing, Preparation and Preservation Equipment •Food Warming Equipment •Galley Equipment •Industrial Laundry Equipment •Linens, Tableware and Accessories •Logistics / Transportation Services •Refrigeration Equipment •Snack Foods/ Finger Foods •Toiletries •Travel Amenities •Trolleys and Trays

Future dates

May 2015

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