Kitchen Equipment and Technology
  • December 8, 2014 - December 10, 2014


Conceptualized as the only show in the region that is solely dedicated to the Kitchen Equipment sector, the first edition of Kitchen Equipment Middle East was held from 16 to 18 December 2013. It filled the gap by providing a focused show for the growing requirements of the hospitality, restaurant & industrial kitchen sectors in the region.

Kitchen Equipment dealers, traders and manufacturers identified the potential of the show before and during the event and have vouched for its success. Here is your opportunity to be part of an event for your industry. The next edition of Kitchen Equipment & Technology Exhibition Middle East 2014 will be held at Expo Centre Sharjah from 08 to 10 December 2014

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Kitchen Equipment and Technology
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Over 250 Exhibitors
Over 20000 Visitors
Over 25 Countries
Over 25000 SQM

Kitchen Equipment and Technology Product Groups

Being a stand-alone Kitchen Equipment show, the event is tailor-made to suit kitchen equipment suppliers in terms of open stand designs, technical requirements such as power, water and an effective ROI
The Chefs Tech Arena at Kitchen Equipment Middle East is a Chefs Area with a difference enabling industries to view technology in use and featuring a complete working industrial kitchen from pre-cook to sink.

Kitchen Equipment and Technology Prime Highlights

  1. Expanding hospitality and catering sector in the region.
  2. Expanding retail landscape
  3. Regular mega events
  4. Import Reliant Market

Kitchen Equipment and Technology Target Visitors Group

All industry relevant visitors i.e.
End consumers etc.

Other Information

Expo Centre Sharjah


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