Muscat: Sohar Aluminium the organisers of the 21st Arab International Aluminium Conference & Exhibition (Arabal), have announced the official website www.arabal.com and portal for early bird registration is now live.
The website of the Middle East’s premium event for the aluminium industry allows prospective participants and delegates the opportunity to view details of speakers, insights into the program, venue, as well as exhibitors and partners.
Sohar Aluminium will host Arabal 2017 in Oman from November 6–9 under the theme ‘Driving Strategic Growth Across the Global Aluminium Industry’. This year’s edition is expected to attract over 500 delegates and exhibitors from all over the GCC, Arab countries and around the globe, with discounted early bird registration now available until August 1st, 2017.
“Bringing together thought leaders and experts to share ideas will drive growth of the aluminium industry and feed into the region’s ongoing economic diversification strategies,” said Said Mohammed Al Masoudi CEO of Sohar Aluminium. “Having our website up-and-running is a significant step forward in the build-up to Arabal as potential delegates, attendees, and exhibitors start securing their places to participate in the most sought after regional event in the aluminium industry.”
He added, “Arabal 2017 is drawing a great deal of interest due to the world renowned speakers and representatives from the international aluminium industry and the panel discussions and presentations focusing on driving strategic growth.”
Al Masoudi also said “We are very proud to host this international event in our beloved country, giving Sohar Aluminium the opportunity to showcase the Sultanate as a key player in the aluminium sector globally. It will also provide a chance for the attendees to witness first-hand the progress, culture, hospitality and the remarkable natural beauty of Oman.”
Arabal is considered the premium platform for the aluminium industry in the Arab world. Hosted on a rotational basis, this strategic conference comprises of an international exhibition, a workshop, panel discussion and meetings focusing on current industry prospects and challenges. In addition to the participation of key regional and global players in the aluminium industry, the event will also be attended by a broad spectrum of other industries including construction, scrap, distribution, and packaging to name but a few.