Fairs and Events

KIT International celebrates Gulfood results

Gulfood Dubai finished today and the positive results were registered since its first day, February 17th. Almost 100 thousand people, from 193 countries, visited Dubai World Trade Centre, where the trade show took place, and had the opportunity to get to know the news for foods and beverages from more than 5 thousand expositors. 
At chicken and meat pavilion, KIT International stood out with a modern booth and a specialized team offering the best negotiations for exporting meat and vegetables.
KIT booth was crowded everyday during the Gulfood. Clients, suppliers and other visitors, interested in services offered by the company, were specially recepcioned by KIT team, who presented its trading business and distribution in the Middle East.
“We got to the end of one more big event with the feeling of duty accomplished and excellent opportunities for clients and suppliers. Gulfood 2019 was amazing regarding organization, visitors and expositors. Each year the trade show is better and, for us, KIT, this is one of the most important moments of the year. We’ll keep investing our efforts in this market to always have good business here’, affirms KIT International CEO, Frederico Kaefer.

KIT Press
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