16th International Industry Exhibition (5-8 October 2016) Tehran, Iran
16th International Industry Exhibition (5-8 October 2016) Tehran, Iran: The 16th Tehran International Industry Exhibition (T.I.I.E 2016) was inaugurated with the participation of officials and authorities and also enthusiastic persons of this section, on this morning, Wednesday 5th October 2016.
The Sixteenth Tehran International Industry Exhibition (T.I.I.E 2016) was launched with the participation of Deputy Minister of Industry – Mine & Trade and chairman of the Industrial Development and Renovation Organization of IRAN (IDRO), Mr. Moazami and the accompanying officials, on Tehran International Permanent Fairground.
Above mentioned officials was accompanied by the Deputy Minister of Industry – Mine & Trade – Chairman of the board and managing director of the I.R.IRAN International Exhibitions Company, Mr. Esfahbodi and his delegations at this exhibition too.
There are 406 local companies and 524 foreign companies from 27 countries including: Germany, South Africa, Austria, Spain, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, England, Italy, Belgium, Bulgaria, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Sweden, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Romania, Japan, China, Finland, France, Poland, Hungary, Netherlands, India, South Korea and Greece that they have participated on the 16th Tehran Int’l Industry Exhibition (T.I.I.E 2016) on 49,000 square meters of exhibition space that they display their latest innovations and productions about various types of production lines and machineries, workshop and industrial equipments, tools, high-technology industries (high-tech), industrial automation and engineering & technical services to the visitors.
The Tehran International Industry Exhibition – T.I.I.E. is the leading capital goods show in Iran, special focussed on metal-working machinery and equipment, material handling and other industrial accessories.
This exhibition will continue until Wednesday 8th October 2016, that respectable enthusiasts and specialists can visit it from 10 A.M to 6 P.M.