Alba backs innovation at Mepec
Manama, October 2, 2013
Aluminium Bahrain (Alba) has backed the Middle East Process Engineering Conference & Exhibition 2013 (Mepec 2013), which concluded in Bahrain today (October 2), as a Gold Sponsor.
The sponsorship provided the company with the opportunity to support innovations and developments in process engineering, meet and interact with potential suppliers, and promote its products and services, said the company.
Mepec was held at the Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre from September 29 to October 2.
Organised under the patronage of His Royal Highness the Prime Minister of Bahrain, Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, Mepec 2013 was held under the theme: “Overcoming Future Challenges Through Engineering Excellence.”
More than 1,500 experts from across oil, gas and petrochemical companies attended the event, which was organised by the Saudi Arabian Section of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (SAS-AIChE) and the Middle East Energy Events (ME3).
Commenting on Alba’s decision to be the Gold Sponsor, Alba’s director for Line 6 Project & Engineering, Shawqi Mohd Al Hashimi said: “Mepec 2013 brought together leading professionals in the chemical and process engineering sector from around the world under one platform. We were proud to sponsor this prestigious event that helped in strengthening greater awareness of trends, developments and challenges facing the industry as well as in looking at possible solutions. We were also pleased with the fact that the event provided another opportunity to showcase Bahrain’s credentials as an industrial force in the Middle East.”
Alba set up a dedicated stand in the exhibition area of Mepec 2013 to promote its products and services as well as providing networking opportunities with potential trade partners in the field of chemical and process engineering. – TradeArabia News Service
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