The Idea

In implementation of directives of His Excellency Minister of Environment, Water & Agriculture of holding fisheries exhibition, the National Fisheries Development Program will organize a remarkable event to highlight the importance and sustainability of fisheries sector, how to leverage and fully exploit these untapped resources to advance the associated economic sectors. The event will further underline numerous advantages of the Saudi Arabia’s strategic location by organizing a major exhibition that will bring to together various sectors and activities in one place.  A conference, on sidelines of this landmark event, will be held with aim attracting international best experience and global expertise to discuss new developments and emerging issue in the international arena. It will mainly focus on aquaculture, marine fisheries and other significant topics.

Why SIMEC?

No other event or gathering has ever brought together all sectors and activities associated to marine fisheries and aquaculture sector in one place. 

SIMEC Objectives?

  • The first ever specialized exhibition in Saudi Arabia focusing on fisheries, aquaculture and related maritime activities and industries.

  • Networking with the key stakeholders and decision makers in in the fields of fisheries, aquaculture and related activities and industries.

  • Ideal platform for trade talks and commercial agreements between importers and exporters of live, chilled and frozen seafood products.

  • Unmatched connection point between the National Fisheries Development Program (NFDP) and private sector partners.

  • Unique opportunity for establishing effective partnerships with the sector’s leading local and international companies, key players and networking with industry experts and professionals.

  • Innovation showcase featuring state -of- the -art products and cutting -edge aquaculture technologies.

  • Prestigious event as a peerless showcase and promotion for new products and related services.

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