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Egypt's Ramsis Industry company to exhibit at Dubai's Paperworld Middle East convention

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Ati Metwaly , Thursday 8 Feb 2018
Paperworld Middle East 2017 (Photo: courtesy of the Paperworld Middle East)
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Ramsis Industry company will be exhibiting its products at the Paperworld Middle East, an international platform for the paper and office products industry, which will take place between 27 February and 1 March at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Joining the exhibition with over 300 other paper suppliers from around the world, Ramsis Industry is the only representative from Egypt this year.

Ramsis, established in 1981, is one of the leading Egyptian office supply manufacturers.

The company will present their office organizational aids such as files, folders and ring binders.

The products will be on display at stand no. B15 in hall 4.

As part of Messe Frankfurt, which organises 133 annual trade shows and other events worldwide, the Dubai exhibition aims at bringing together industry players, creating networks and opportunities for Middle East suppliers.

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