MAF 2016 closes on a grand note

Dubai / Emirates Business

Manufacturing Conference & Exhibition for Oil & Gas (MAF 2016) closed on a grand note in Dubai.
While attendees were able to forge new partnerships, foster relationships with existing clients and throw spotlight on innovative mechanisms, the three day high-profile event also witnessed some discussion on challenges faced by the region’s Oil & Gas sector.
The conference was supported by key players of the industry including Saudi Aramco, Al Fanar Technical Services, Sherbiny Holdings, Tamimi and many others.
Delivering a highly effective mix of data, insight and forecasts about repair facilities, machining, manufacturing, cutting tools and fabrication, MAF 2016 accelerated the best-practices of the Oil & Gas industry.
“Having served the Oil and Gas Industry since years, we are overwhelmed with the response we have received for this event. The oil and gas sector is constantly expanding and diversifying to meet the increasing demands and we are confident that through this platform, both exhibitors and visitors had an opportunity to benefit from the wider scope of business opportunities on offer at the show,” said Rafeeq Kunhi, Director, Neft Management.
Presented by esteemed industry leaders, the MAF 2016 addressed many key topics
including ‘enhancing communication between different

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