French firms invade Gitex

The French Agency for International Business Development, UBIFRANCE, will be hosting seven companies in its pavilion as it attempts to develop stronger industrial and commercial collaboration between France and the Middle East.

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By  Greg Wilson Published  September 29, 2003

The French Agency for International Business Development, UBIFRANCE, will be hosting seven companies in its pavilion as it attempts to develop stronger industrial and commercial collaboration between France and the Middle East.

Visitors to the pavilion will witness a whole host of printing orientated solutions as Armor reveals its expertise in inks for coating, injection molding of plastic parts and assembling cassettes; Certtone touts its re-manufactured printer ribbons and Lama France talks up its 3000 different products.

Aside from printing, the French pavilion will play host to CUC, which as a leader in the connector industry carries a number of data processing products for networks, components of PC integration and interfaces of data transmission.

Also on the stand will be Linkcom, which deals in PABX, GSM and a multitude of other telephony inspired things and Polypore, a manufacturer of office supplies and fax, printer and copier consumables.

The final berth on the UBIFRANCE pavilion will be occupied by Verbatim, which offers a range of electronic data storage devices.

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