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Analytical and Diagnostic Laboratory Manufacturers to be Featured at ADLAB 2013

Published: Thursday, June 13, 2013
Last Updated: Thursday, June 13, 2013
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With AED 3.4 billion allocated for healthcare by the government, total healthcare spending in the UAE is expected to double by 2014.

Against the backdrop of UAE’s ballooning economy and its propelling effects on key industries, the need to keep abreast with technology is acutely being recognized in the UAE.

ADLAB will move the spotlight on technologies specifically on laboratory, instrumentation and robotics not just in the health sector but also within research, life sciences, education, public services, environment, agriculture, food control and so on, where analytical and diagnostic technologies are required.

Arising from this incessant need, trade shows featuring such equipment are becoming a B2B necessity in the undeniable role they play to reciprocate the inflating demand with supply.

ADLAB hallmarks a dedicated, multi-industry exhibition & conference to be held in the UAE, the first of its kind to be hosted in Abu Dhabi, where innovative technology and solutions in laboratory, instrumentation and robotics from around the world will be showcased and a business-friendly platform will be provided for manufacturers to network with industry stakeholders and form business relationships with buyers from across the Middle East.

The dedicated scientific trade fair for Analytical and Diagnostic laboratory and instrumentation, under the acronym, ADLAB, is scheduled to be held at ADNEC in Abu Dhabi by International Conferences & Exhibitions LLC, from 18th to 21st November, 2013.

By opening up forums for the exchange of ideas and innovations and aiding in synchronizing UAE’s laboratory and testing standards with the rest of the developed world, ADLAB aims to closely integrate its fundamental mission with UAE’s Vision 2030 agenda.


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