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We publish a plan for the printing, book and packaging sector exhibitions


The Export Council for Printing, Packaging, Paper, Books and Artistic Works announced that it will participate this year in a number of important exhibitions with the aim of increasing exports, perhaps the most prominent of which are the Oman International Book Fair in September 2021, the Proback Nigeria Fair during the same month, and the Nairobi Expo in October 2021.


The council revealed, according to its exhibition plan, that it will also participate in the Gulf Food Fair in November 2021, the Sharjah Book Fair in the same month, the Sharjah Book Fair and the Kuwait Book Fair during November as well, and the Jeddah Book Fair in December 2021.


Participation in (paper world) exhibition in Germany is scheduled for January 29, 2022, and (horeca Greece) exhibition on February 11, 2022 and (fruit logistica) in the same month.


The Export Council for Printing, Packaging, Paper, Books and Technical Works revealed that the sector’s exports rose to levels of $255.182 million in 2021 during the first 4 months of this year, from January to April 2021, compared to $206.883 million in 2020, an increase of 23%.


The packaging sector witnessed achieving exports of 159.67 million dollars until April 2021, compared to 128.53 million dollars, an increase of 24% over the same period in 2020, and the exports of the paper sector amounted to 88.31 million dollars until April 2021, compared to 74.38 million dollars, an increase of 19% over the same period in 2020.



The Export Council announced that the printing and books sector’s exports amounted to 7.27 million dollars until April 2021, compared to 4.11 million dollars, an increase of 77% over the same period in 2020, while the exports of the artistic works sector amounted to 0.084 million dollars until April 2021, compared to 0.014 million dollars, an increase over the same period in the year 2020.



As for the most prominent countries receiving the sector’s products, Sudan is in the first place with $34.299 million, Libya is in second place with $19.281 million, then Saudi Arabia is $18.453 million, Turkey is $16.653 million, and Italy is $15.627 million.

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