We are excited to announce We Are Attending Medlab Asia 2020!
Come and visit us during the 3rd – 6th February to meet our team and engage with us, if you can’t make it – stay up to date with us whilst we visit the exhibition on our Social Media accounts:
Facebook: Atom Scientific
LinkedIn: Peter Keenan
We are thrilled to announce for the first time we have our full range of NEW unpriced catalogues featuring: Microbiology, Haematology, Fixation & Decalcification, Histology Special Stains & Kits and Chemicals. The development of the catalogues allows our customers to access our products easier than ever. Grab them whilst you can as they are in high demand! If you are not attending, an online version can be sent to your email or our catalogues can be sent with your next order – please email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Dates: Monday 3rd – Thursday 6th February
Location: Dubai World Trade Centre
How to get to Dubai World Trade Centre from Dubai Airport:
Dubai RTA operates a train from Dubai Airport (DXB) to World Trade Center every 10 minutes. Tickets cost £1 and the journey takes 15 min.
Dubai RTA Bus operates a bus from Dubai Airport (DXB) to World Trade Center every 30 minutes. Tickets cost £4 and the journey takes 30 min.
If you prefer to travel by car, Dubai World Trade Centre have direct access from the city’s main highway, Sheikh Zayed Road, with a direct gateway to all areas of Dubai and the wider UAE. Working closely with the transport authority to manage major event traffic by road and ensure seamless access for visitors with minimum interruption to traffic flow.
Dubai World Trade Centre has several car parks, including paid and free options with a total of 7,530 parking spaces. Parking bays for electric cars are also available with charging stations. You can find the location of all the car parks on the following website:
We are excited to meet you all and we are thrilled to announce for the first time our Export Manager Joanna Matthews will be attending alongside our Commercial Director Peter Keenan.
See you all soon.