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Nine Pakistani companies participated in Intersec Dubai 2020

Nine Pakistani companies participated in Intersec Dubai 2020, the 22nd edition. The event featured idea sharing, innovative product displays, networking
Nine Pakistani companies participated in Intersec Dubai 2020, the 22nd edition.

The event featured idea sharing, innovative product displays, networking and gaining insight from industry experts.
According to a press statement, over 1,100 leading exhibitors from 56 countries participated in the event.
The 22nd edition of the world’s leading security, safety, and fire protection trade show also welcomed 33,584 industry visitors.
Around 28,000 international trade visitors explained unique value of Intersec to all the target groups in the security and safety industry.
Pakistan participated in the event with other international pavilions, including Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, UK and USA.

Nine Pakistani companies participated

Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) had organized a national pavilion with 05 companies to participate in Intersec 2020. However, many participated directly.
Pakistani companies included Farooq Garments, Kumail Enterprises, Master Textile, Rasheed Ahmed & Sons and Suntex Gloves Industries Garmor Corporation, MR & Sons, Solehre Brothers Industries and Sarena Textile Industries.
Meanwhile, the participants expressed satisfaction over the arrangement and opportunities there.
Ms Noor from Garmor Corporation said that the fair went really well. Because, they received very good feedback from the customers and merchants.
Moreover, Shehzad Anwar, Senior Manager Marketing from Master Textile Mills noted participation in the fair as very good experience.
Mustufa Zaman, Director of Sarena Textile Industries and M Yasir Rasheed, Director from Rasheed Ahmed and Sons said that the exhibition provided opportunity to meet and attract buyers.

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