KHIYAM EVENTS organizes the 1st edition of the international exhibition of the footwear and textile
industry, with a broad and representative offer of the entire footwear and leather textile and
machinery equipment sector.
Shoestex Algeria is aimed at all professionals in the sector and offers a concentrate of business, exchanges and meetings to boost your development in the Algerian market.
Shoestex Algeria is a real place of exchange for all national and international players, it allows
professionals in the shoe industry and derived leather textile and machinery equipment a unique opportunity to present and share their skills by meeting their audience.
Shoestex Algeria represents a perfect opportunity to increase your productivity, boost your sales and your turnover.
This exclusive event in Algeria is a trade show with high value added business through which you will be able to develop your market.
Combine the image of your company with a large-scale show and benefit from strong media communication before, during and after the show.
Find new partners, customers and service providers in your industry.
In addition, Shoestex Algeria allows you to meet and exchange between exhibitors and visitors from different countries during the 4 days of event.
Its strategic position: North African with a coastline on the Mediterranean Sea and the center of the Maghreb. Its area: 2,381,741 km2 hence the availability of large investment area, plus a young and active workforce.
A potential market: A very strong demand for consumption, 41.3 million consumers. Labor costs are much cheaper than in Europe, Morocco and Tunisia, as well as energy costs at very profitable prices!
Investment facilitation and encouragement by the gorenment: many exemtions on customs duties and VAT, interest rate subsidies...
Southern Mediterranean, Gateway to Africa and Central Maghreb, With an area of 2,381,741 km2, a population of 41.3 million inhabitants in 2017, a natural growth rate of 2.9% and a active population of 24.3% of young people.
Algeria has a high GDP per capita in North Africa (USD 14 687.39 in purchasing power parity).
Its capital Algiers, the most populous city of the country located in the north, on the Mediterranean coast, the first economic and commercial pole of Algeria and the most important financial pole of the country.
The country shares a total of more than 6,385 km of land borders such as Tunisia in the north-east, and Morocco in the west, which are strategic borders for import and export....
The Algerian government has established initiatives aimed at developing the timber and drift sector, which are essential elements for the development of the Algerian economy.