Travel Catering Expo 2017

2017-05-15 - 2017-05-17
Floor Size
Event contact title
Sales Director
Event contact first name
Event contact last name
El Forkh
Event contact telephone number
+971 2 4090484
The World Travel Catering and Onboard Services Expo Middle East (WTCEME), part of Reed Exhibitions’ global portfolio of Passenger Experience events, offers global airlines and catering suppliers a unique opportunity to meet the region’s airlines, airports and catering companies. Held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Chairman of Dubai Airports, Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airlines Group and supported by Emirates Flight Catering, Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, Dubai Airports and Food Point, WTCEME is the largest dedicated travel catering event in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia. Attracting over 1,500 attendees from 50+ countries, WTCEME offers unparalleled business opportunities, including an exclusive ‘hosted buyers’ programme which provides guaranteed meetings with pre-selected buyers for all exhibitors at the show. There is no better place for global travel catering suppliers to do business in the region!
Attendee information
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

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