Events

***Important Message RE MECS 2020, Dubai***


PRESS RELEASE: Middle East Coatings Show postponed until 2021

The Middle East Coatings Show, our annual trade event connecting the coatings community in Dubai is moving dates. Over the past weeks, we have made it our priority to listen to our clients and partners, and have decided to postpone this year’s event, which was scheduled for September, to 14 - 16 June 2021, at the Dubai World Trade Centre. It was not an easy decision to take, but we believe this is in the best interest of our key stakeholders and coatings industry as a whole.

The early announcement of new dates will enable industry players to plan ahead and join an event that will bring benefit to the whole coatings value chain, while taking into consideration a wide set of factors, most importantly: the health, safety and convenience of all participants, ease of travel, as well as the global events calendar for the industry.

We apologise for any inconvenience this move may cause, and would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere gratitude to our exhibitors, visitors, sponsors, speakers, partners and stakeholders for their continued support, and we look forward to meeting you all on 14-16 June 2021.

Until then, stay safe!

If you have any questions, please contact Paul Davis, Portfolio Director: pauldavis@dmgevents.com

Thank you.


See the previous 2019 MECS Show highlights

Achieve your business goals at MECS 2021

In an ever more competitive market attending the Middle East Coatings Show will help you achieve business goals for the year, allowing you the opportunity to:

  • Establish new business contacts
  • Establish a presence in a new market
  • Sell products and services
  • Support local agents / existing clients
  • Source new sales agents
  • Monitor the competition
  • Launch new technologies / products
  • Boost your profile in the industry and add value to your brands
  • Network

There is so much to be positive about!

  • Growing economy
    International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimated a 2.3% growth
  • Construction growth
    The construction sector was forecast to grow on an average 7.5 per cent year-on-year in 2019 and will expand at an average of 6.8 per cent every year until 2022
  • Big projects under construction
    Including the Dubai Creek Harbour, Dubai South and Dubai Water Canal developments
  • Expo 2020 opportunities
    With construction increasing, the coatings sector is looking to expand more than ever