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Paper & Tissue One Show Makes Grand Debut in Abu Dhabi

The ninth edition of the Paper & Tissue One Show, which opened at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (ADNEC), has marked a remarkable start to what is now the largest event of its type. This year’s show (16-18 April, 2024), is being jointly organized by Al Furat Group and Saudi Paper Group.

Over 250 manufacturers and suppliers from 35 countries are participating in the event, with the organizers expecting around 16,000 visitors from 110 countries.

A diverse range of products and services are being displayed including paper jumbo rolls, finished paper products, printing and chemical supplies, tissue, packaging, hygienic paper, as well as converters, cartons, and paperboard.

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Relocated to ADNEC Centre Abu Dhabi, the city’s strategic location and its rising prominence as a hub for the pulp and paper industry adds to the event’s allure, drawing a diverse international audience.

The 2024 show also coincides with Abu Dhabi’s Sustainability Week, highlighting the event’s commitment to global sustainability practices and offering a significant platform for industry professionals to showcase and discuss innovative solutions.

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This year, the Paper & Tissue One Show has broadened its reach by inviting key segments such as the vital HORECA sector, supermarkets, hospitals, and mall buyers. This strategic decision acknowledges the indispensable roles these segments play within the industry.

Attendees of the event can look forward to a dynamic schedule that includes exclusive networking opportunities. The highlights of this year’s social events include a gala dinner sponsored by IPM and CPM, and a welcome dinner courtesy of ADNPM.

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With its expansive showcase and enhanced international presence, the Paper & Tissue One Show sets a new standard for industry exhibitions and promises to be a pivotal meeting point for business development and cultural engagement in the pulp and paper sector.

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