The Middle East Paper Company (MEPCO) participated in the 44th session of the Baghdad International Fair on 21st – 30th October. The company was part of a delegation of around 60 Saudi Arabian companies in the Saudi Pavilion.
Sami Safran, CEO Mepco commented: “We are proud to join the Saudi Export Development Authority in building bridges of communication with Iraq, part of a broader KSA government and business effort to create a starting point for fruitful cooperation between both of our countries. Our efforts are aligned with the Saudi Vision 2030, making a vital contribution towards enhancing the nation’s trade. Baghdad International Fair is an important initiative to build bridges of communication and enrich economic relations with other countries. Mepco’s objective is to look for available investment opportunities in the Iraqi market. Mepco’s attendance of this event will open the organisation to new markets, extending its footprint for product distribution and will serve to strengthen their regional presence across the Middle East and Africa. This is an expression of MEPCO’s market expansion strategy, which aims to create a diversified customer base. Exports are made to over 40 countries across every corner of the globe.”
Recently  Mepco announced a 22% net profit growth for third quarter  of 2017.