Al Baida shows at Innotrans exhibition held in Berlin September 18- September 21st 2012, Al Baida for Exhibitions and events management is a division of Al Baida group, a leading business conglomerate in Qatar operating several businesses in Qatar.
October 7, 2012 (Newswire.com) - Al Baida signed partnership agreements and memorandums of understanding with a number of international companies who were interested in joining the booming business pace in Qatar, Al Baida, with its track record in the local market assisted many world leading companies and businesses in creating their existence and manage their business in the Qatari market and contributed to their success.
Trans4 stand at Innotrans witnessed high traffic of visitors and exhibitors' delegates at Innotrans, Themed "Your Gateway to Qatar Transport and Logistics Business", Trans4, gathers a global community of international companies and decision makers providing an outstanding opportunity for interaction among stakeholders of the transportation and logistics business.
"Trans4 exhibition brings together innovative technologies, products and services, dedicated to the transport and logistics sector in Qatar specially the Rail scheme program and its technologies. The second edition of Trans4 (Doha next September in Qatar, will encompass technology and business at the same place, world-leading speakers, discussions and workshops, therefore it is the perfect media for industry leaders to meet and plan ahead a promising future for the transportation and logistics trends." Says Eng. Ali al Misnad, Al Baida Chairman.
Among a high profile portfolio of events, Al Baidaa Group is the creator and event management company of the nationwide exhibition for logistics and transportation in Qatar, who has launched TRANS4 in 2011, a major and unique event which aims at highlighting GCC plans for transportation and railway development plans and projects, as well as assessing their potential impact on the GCC market and regional trade. The event brought in its first year high level participation from policy makers, regulators, operators, manufacturers, contractors, consultants and other players in the transport and railway industry led by GCC ministers of transport, finance and public works in addition to representatives of regional and international organizations, major engineering companies, regional and international banks and financial institutions, and a wide spectrum of stakeholders.