Since its inception, we have worked to ensure that the Gulf Glass brand provides you, the exhibitor, with the best possible, highest regional – and global – platform to demonstrate your capabilities for one of the most exciting, expansive glass industries anywhere around the World. Following four successful outings in Sharjah, UAE, and Abu Dhabi, our move to Dubai in 2013 raised the profile of the event to a new level, with over 80 countries represented as visitors over three days. Not only were these from the immediate region, but also from all others looking for a global meeting place.

Following the excitement generated by our first show in Dubai, it is with great pleasure that I can unveil that the next Gulf Glass exhibition, the 6th in the biennial series, will taking place at the Dubai World Trade Centre, on the 14-16 September 2015, and that we are now open for bookings.

Dubai serves as a focal point for a region that extends right across North Africa, East Africa, the Arabian Peninsula and on into Iran and Central Asia. As the only truly pan-Middle Eastern show for the entire glass industry, Gulf Glass is the perfect opportunity for you to maintain and improve your presence in the market.

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is poised for an exciting period of growth, and Gulf Glass 2015 will ensure you have the opportunity to access it first hand, in a dedicated glass industry atmosphere.

We look forward to welcoming you to Gulf Glass 2015!

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AGC and Obeikan unveil collaboration

16 July 2014

AGC (Asahi Glass Co., Ltd.; Head Office: Tokyo; President & CEO: Kazuhiko Ishimura) announces that its consolidated subsidiary AGC Glass Europe (AGEU) has signed a letter of intent with Obeikan Glass Company (Head Office: Saudi Arabia; Chairman: Fahad Obeikan), a Saudi Arabian glass manufacturer, to establish a solar control glass coating joint venture.


Gulf Glass booms as demand soars

28 May 2014

The price of glass across the Middle East is expected to surge this year amid growing demand, an industry leader said. Abdulaziz Bin Yagub Al Serkal, General Manager of Dubai Investments ( DI ) PJSC, anticipated an increase in the cost of glass in the midst of escalating demand.


Gulf Glass sets dates for 2015

04 April 2014

The organisers of Gulf Glass, the only dedicated glass and technology exhibition for the entire MENA and Maghreb region, are pleased to announce that the 2015 show dates have been set as 14-16 September, at the Dubai World Trade Centre.


Gulf Glass opens: 1,329 visitors register on day one

03 September 2013

Gulf Glass 2013 and GulfSol 2013 have opened, and recorded over 1,000 registered visitors on its first day


Saudi Arabia, UAE lead race to deploy solar projects

02 September 2013

Power projects worth US$155 billion in the pipeline to generate total capacity of 84 GW by 2017. The UAE and Saudi Arabia have emerged as the biggest markets among GCC states for the deployment of solar power, accounting for most of the projects. The six GCC countries altogether have sanctioned solar power installation projects worth approximately US$155 billion, which will generate more than 84 GW of power when complete in 2017.


The Gulf Glass 2015 Brochure

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Work, rest and play

Dubai is now firmly established as one of the world's foremost tourism and business destinations.

Work, Rest and Play


How to reach Dubai

Details on how to reach Dubai -by air, sea and road.

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How to reach Dubai


The Venue

DICEC is firmly established as the largest and most sought after events venue in the Middle East region.

With over 1,000,000 square feet of superior, flexible hall and meeting space we can cater for events of any scale.


Why Dubai?

Well established as an economic powerhouse alongside the likes of Singapore, Hong Kong, London and New York.

Why Dubai?