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ARABLAB, the Analytical Industry’s Most Powerful Annual Trade Show

Published: Friday, April 12, 2013
Last Updated: Friday, April 12, 2013
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ARABLAB, the laboratory and instrumentation industry’s biggest international show in the Middle East and Asia, is the only event that covers all of the important growth markets of the Middle East, China, the Indian sub-continent, south-east Asia and Africa.

ARABLAB 2013 was the largest ever
With more exhibitors – over 800 companies from around the globe – focussing on laboratory technology, biotechnology, nanotechnology, environmental sciences, robotics and automation, analytical instrumentation, and measurement and testing – ARABLAB is regarded by the industry as one of the most important annual events, giving access to the world’s most vibrant petrochemical sector and providing an introduction to the world’s biggest biotechnology market.

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ARABLAB 2013 welcomed some 10,000 buyers, specifiers, end-users and distributors representing just about every discipline - grain technicians and forensic criminologists, university professors and industrial chemists, molecular geneticists and metallurgists, medical researchers and marine scientists from more than 80 countries – who came to see and purchase the latest technology and equipment in the fields of medical, petroleum and environmental research and analysis, forensics, laboratory automation, and data process management.

New for 2014

ARABLAB 2014 will be held in conjunction with meetings and conferences of several regional and international organisations, including

The Gulf Laboratory Association Meeting
The Heads of the UAE’s Police Forensics Departments Meeting
SEFA’s International Congress
The Laboratories Proficiency Conference

Reflecting the growing demand by the industry, ARABLAB 2014 will provide 20% more stand space.


Expanded programme of seminars
An increasingly important adjunct to the exhibition itself is ARABLAB’s comprehensive programme of seminars – there were more than 100 sessions in 2013 - which will be further expanded in 2014. Focussing on a range of key areas - including MediLab, BioLab, PetroLab and EnviroLab - and offering unrivalled opportunities to obtain information about the industry’s most recent developments, the series of branded seminars presents an invaluable networking platform for manufacturers, buyers and users.

ARABLAB 2014 will be held at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre from Monday 17 March to Thursday 20 March 2014. All the latest information can be obtained at the ARABLAB website:


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