Snaidero Middle East will exhibit Italian Snaidero kitchens at booth A37 during Project Lebanon 2013 from 4 – 7 June 2013 at the Beirut International Exhibitions & Leisure Center (BIEL), in Beirut, Lebanon.
The furniture manufacturer and supplier aims to meet prospects and engage with clients at the annual event for the construction Industry in the Middle East. Snaidero Middle East interior designers and representatives at the event will consult booth visitors, tailoring to customer home finishing needs. Snaidero Middle East representatives at Project Lebanon 2013 include:
Sahar Zgheib, Sales Executive
Marie-Noel Hakim, Pre-sales Coordinator
Nicole Wakim, Interior Designer
Rachelle Mansour, Interior Designer
Elias Karaan, Interior Designer
About Project Lebanon 2013
International Fairs & Promotions (IFP) presents Project Lebanon 2013 as “the 18th International Construction Trade Exhibition for Lebanon & the Middle East”. The exhibition hosts leaders in the construction sector of the Middle East, offering attendees the opportunity to connect and keep up-to-date with the latest market trends.
Project Lebanon 2013 is held alongside Energy Lebanon and EcOrient, taking place in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris (CCIP). The exposition presents an opportunity for guests and exhibiting companies to meet with farsighted Middle Eastern leaders and construction industry players, as well as prestigious speakers.
About Snaidero Middle East
Established in 1996, Snaidero Middle East is a joint venture between Italian kitchen manufacturer, Snaidero, and multinational manufacturing group in the Middle East, INDEVCO Group.
Located in Zouk Mosbeh, Lebanon, Snaidero Middle East supplies Snaidero kitchens, as well as manufactures Medline local home furniture and kitchens. Furthermore, the company holds sole distributorship of numerous European brands of kitchens, wardrobes, walk-in closets and living area accessories.
Snaidero Middle East is present, having authorized distributors in: in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Erbil in Iraq, and Ghana.