A delegation from the management team of Dubai Production City (DPC),a member of TECOM Group, is currently participating at drupa 2016.
This participation aims at promoting the printing and publishing industry in the UAE, as well as proactively engaging with the global printing and publishing communities for potential business collaboration.
The drupa is the largest printing equipment exhibition in the world, held every three years (by Messe Düsseldorf in Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
Majid Al Suwaidi, the Managing Director for Dubai Media City (DMC), Dubai Studio City (DSC) and Dubai Production City (DPC) headed the delegation and is attending the exhibition.
Aiming to attract global companies to set up their businesses in the UAE and the region, the DPC stand exhibiting at drupa, showcases opportunities offered by DPC, highlighting its cutting-edge infrastructure, world-class facilities, strategic location and various product offerings.
Dubai Production City is a leading business hub enabling the global and local publishing, printing and packaging industries to excel. Home to more than over 269 leading Printing & Packaging companies, DPC is a holistic community offering business, retail and residential lifestyle that caters to Printing, Printing Press, Printing Consumables, Printing & Packaging, Machinery and Packaging.
DPC benefits from free zone privileges and regulations that facilitates the ease of business and operations, a unique and vibrant community supporting and fostering the growth of media production. This is in addition to the availability of highly skilled workforce and world class infrastructure. All these various attractions enable companies to run a successful business and have access to efficiently operate in the MENA region.
Majed Al Suwaidi, Managing Director for Dubai Media City (DMC), Dubai Studio City (DSC) and Dubai Production City (DPC) commented on Dubai Production City’s participation at drupa saying: “We are very excited to be participating at drupa 2016 for the third time, which stresses the importance of boosting collaboration between the UAE and Germany. We see drupa 2016 as a great opportunity to engage with print services providers and other key stakeholders in the wider printing and communications industries, aiming to promote for DPC as an ideal gateway for businesses who wish to expand their operations to the Middle East region.”
Dubai has recently announced the opening of the first 3D-printed office in the world, after less than one month of launching Dubai 3D printing strategy, which showcases a modern model of construction. This is an experience we present to the world on utilizing future technology in people lives. It also represents a new milestone for the UAE as a global leader in strategic achievements.
The Emirate’s presence at drupa is a clear indicator that the city’s industry is ready to adapt to change, which makes drupa not only a must-attend event but also the most pertinent global platform to learn and grow.
The DPC stand is located in Hall 3, E18 where visitors and traders can directly interact with DPC’s management team to explore opportunities for expanding their business.