Ubifrance to organise French Pavilion at Middle East Electricity tradeshow
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, February 14 - 2013 at 15:07
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Ubifrance will be organising a French Pavilion at the Middle East Electricity tradeshow held from next February 17th to 19th in Dubai. Stretching across a 360-m² area, 34 French companies will be presenting their technology with the intent of securing fruitful business contacts. As the key Middle-Eastern tradeshow focusing on electricity, Middle East Electricity is a privileged event to French companies concerned by reinforcing their involvement throughout the Gulf Region.
In 2012, 15,000 visitors from the world over had met with 1,000 exhibitors hailing from over 50 countries.
The 34 French companies making up the French Pavilion fully represent the various sectors in the market. They cover equipment and applications for electricity production, transmission and distribution, as well as insulating products and protection and safety systems.
Make sure you visit Hall 6, Booth 6C10 to 6C29 and 6D10 to 6D29, where you can meet with the following companies:
Alpes Technologies, ARC Informatique, Arras maxei, Benning, Chauvin Arnoux, Citel 2 CP, Derancourt, Diffuselec, Emerson Network Power, Enersys, Gindre Duchavany, Groupe Leblanc, Infosec Ups System, Jeumont Electric, Lancier, Lucibel, Mafelec-Marechal Electric, Micel, Mors Smitt, Obsta, Omerin, Power Trading, RS Isolsec, Sadtem, Saft, SAI, Sediver, Seifel, Sergi, Sibille Fameca Electric, Societe Nouvelle Unitek, Trench, Yuasa Batteries.
According to a study conducted by GIMELEC, electrical equipment represents 230 companies and a turnover approaching €11bn leaving France (€37bn worldwide). Those companies are leaders in the fields of electric network safety and intelligence, active building management, process productivity and safety, and electric supply continuity.
Regarding smart grids, France is in a special situation since its electricity production emits low volumes of carbon and it already has management intelligence in place. The market is expected to enhance €12bn to €50bn per annum by 2020, and certain French companies enjoy a leading position within their own market segments.
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