3M joins IBIS Middle East as new partner
- March 8, 2019
- Posted by: Salih Tahir
- Categories: IBIS News, Partners
IBIS Middle East 2019 is excited to announce its new partner 3M, who joins Automechanika, Audatex and headline partner Axalta.
With its focus on product sustainability, 3M collaborates with governments and NGOs to solve common global problems in its commitment to boost the global economy and protect the environment – a perfect fit into IBIS Middle East’s theme of ‘Strategic Sustainability.’
‘At 3M we apply science to solve customer problems, reduce environmental impact, and improve the lives of people around the world. As a purpose-driven enterprise, we are committed to working with our customers, business partners, and communities to innovate for a more sustainable future,’ Mike Roman, chief executive officer, 3M.
IBIS Middle East returns to Le Meridien Hotel & Conference Centre, Dubai on the 13 March 2019. As one of the regions ‘must attend’ events, IBIS Middle East is one of the collision repair industry’s leading networking platforms for vehicle manufacturers, insurers, suppliers and bodyshops, sharing know-how, promoting debate and driving innovation.
The full day conference will provide delegates with insight into the latest developments in the industry and continue IBIS’ advocacy of safety, skills and standards.
To discuss your involvement in the IBIS Middle East 2019, contact Sever Burlacu, business development manager ME on 00 971 568885513 or email [email protected]
Formerly known as the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, 3M is an American multinational conglomerate corporation operating in the fields of industry, worker safety, health care, and consumer goods.
With operations in more than 70 countries, the company produces a variety of products, including adhesives, abrasives, laminates, passive fire protection, personal protective equipment, window films, paint protection films, dental and orthodontic products, electronic materials, medical products, car-care products electronic circuits, healthcare software and optical films.