BAGHDAD: Iraq Airports Aviation Forum (IAAF) 2018, officially announced recently by H.E. Kadhim Fenjan Al Hamami, the Minister of Transport, Republic of Iraq,will take place at Karabla Terminal in Baghdad International Airport on 11-12th of April 2018. IAAF 2018. “IAAF” will be organized under the official patronage of Ministry of Transport, Iraq Civil Aviation Authority, Iraqi Airways and hosted by Baghdad International Airport.
“IAAF 2018 will provide the excellent business opportunity to get in touch with senior procurement officials those are involved in various airports and aviation projects in Iraq with MOT, Iraq Civil Aviation Authority, Iraqi Airways, Airport Heads, Consultants and Contractors with ongoing and future airport projects in Iraq, said: Ram Muthaiah, the Event Director with Saram International FZE.
“This event will be a definite procurement source ground to the officials who are involved in the infrastructure development programs at various levels in Iraq and will be a platform to get exposed to the modern technologies, new products, competitive services and to share the expertise and knowledge with the global company representatives and potential investors” and I am confident that in view to the current improved political scenario and enhanced bilateral trade relations with its neighbors and other countries, “IAAF” will receive an overwhelming response from the global suppliers and investors to exploit the existing and future business opportunities from the airport expansion programs taking place at Baghdad, Basra, Najaf, Nasriyah, Erbil, Sulaimaniyah airports and investment opportunities at Dohuk, Kirkuk, Mid-Euphrates and Diwaniya airports added Ram Muthaiah.
This 2 day event will feature over 70 exhibitors those are involved in airports, aviation and aerospace industry segments who will showcase their capacities and capabilities including new products and innovative technologies The concurrently held conference will host 200 delegates and 1500 trade visitors from over 16 countries will attend the event to do business networking with the Iraqi and global companies. News Desk