Meet 129 German companies
20 – 23 March 2017
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Welcome to the ARAB LAB 2017 Dubai.
Research and development, innovation and international competitiveness - these are impressive attributes of the medium-sized German companies active in the field of analytical and laboratory equipment. Facing the world-wide trend of specialisation and globalisation, exploring foreign markets has always been the outstanding strength and motivation of this industry. Due to the concentration and specialisation on niche products, the companies are able to offer "tailor-made" solutions made in Germany for any field of new application.
As a result, this sector is one of the most innovative sectors of the German industry with a high international reputation. The high export share of approx. 60 percent proves the international competitiveness of the products. Advanced technological standard, supreme quality and absolute reliability - also with regard to after sales services - secure the extraordinarily good position of German analytical and lab equipment among their international competitors also here in the United Arab Emirates.
Thanks to the high degree of technical efficiency, and, additionally, due to the innovative character of the products, this situation could be manifested and improved in the recent years.
The sector of analytical and laboratory equipment provides the key for faster drug development, fighting cancer, SARS or other harmful diseases. The human genome would not have been understood without this technology made in Germany. Thanks to forensic applications, more crime cases have been solved and the civil security was enhanced. Similarly, process security in chemical industries could be improved due to developments of the analytical and laboratory industries.
If you are interested in more information on trade or on economic relations with Germany, please do not hesitate to visit the German Pavilion. Our companies will be pleased to help you with information concerning their products.
The German participation is presented by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) in cooperation with the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA). SPECTARIS, the German Industrial Association for Optical, Medical and Mechatronical Technologies as well as NUMOV / German Near and Middle East Business Association support the German presentation.
On behalf of all exhibitors, we wish all participants a successful show and extend a warm welcome to all visitors of the German Pavilion in the Sheikh Saeed Hall at stand no. 600.
Evoqua Water Technologies GmbH
Ultra Clear™ Touch Panel System
Booth number: 301
Freezing point osmometer OSMOMAT 3000/OSMOMAT 3000 basic
Booth number: 310
Memmert GmbH + Co. KG
CO2 Incubator ICO
Booth number: 332
JUCHHEIM Laborgeräte GmbH
Hydraulic lifting stages (lab jacks) from JUCHHEIM Laborgeräte Germany
Booth number: 330
Submersible Stirrers - MIXdrive series
Booth number: 413
Booth number: 327
Reliable control of Modified Atmosphere Packaging – with the new gas analysers from A.KRÜSS Optronic
Manufacturers of sensitive or perishable products must guarantee high quality over a long period of time. Modified Atmosphere Packaging plays a decisive role in this. Controlling modified atmospheres requires gas analysers that deliver fast, reliable measurement results and can be easi... | Further reading
NEW: Microtiter plate stirrers
Ultra flat, wear-free magnetic stirrer with 6 stirring positions, suitable for 6 well microtiter plates 6, 12, 24 or 96 stirring positions, 100% maintenance-free and wear-free by inductive 2mag-Magnetic-Drive concept for powerful mixing of solutions, 100% synchronized speeds, jerk-free stirring ... | Further reading
EMCLAB Inductive Magnetic Stirrer with HOT plate - IMS 1 HOT
New model IMS 1 HOT Inductive magnetic stirrer, 100% maintenance-free and wear-free - Magnetic-Drive concept for mixing of solutions, speed range from 100 up to 1,600 rpm, jerk-free stirring even at low speeds. SoftStart for reliable catching/centering and safe accelerating of the stirring bar... | Further reading