Sunday, 17 Jan 2021
The eighth edition of Infra Oman, one of the largest building and construction exhibitions in the Middle East, began at Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre on Monday under the patronage of H H Sayyid Kamil bin Fahad bin Mahmood al Said, Assistant Secretary General for the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister for the Council of Ministers.

Infra Oman expo focuses on building needs

The 3-day exhibition is supported by the Ministry of Transport and Communications, the ROP and the Muscat Municipality.

Infra Oman has been defining the industry’s improvement for the final seven years. It is deemed as the annual meeting location for market leaders, suppliers and purchasers in the sultanate. The expo has proved to be an perfect beginning point not only for the nearby businesses, but also for foreign entities that are much more determined to be element of Oman’s expanding industry. It focuses on building needs, green and future buildings, heavy gear and technologies, hotel and tourism projects, industrial free of charge zones, industrial manufacturing, energy and water technologies, tools and gear, transportation and logistics, infrastructure projects – roads, airports, railways and ports and other improvement projects.

The GCC Supply Chain Logistics Exhibition &amp Conference showcasing logistics solutions, shipping, maritime solutions and investment possibilities is also getting held alongside Infra Oman.

The GCC continues to be a single of the most profitable and advantageous trading and logistics hubs in the planet. A nicely-planned and created infrastructure in the type of ports, shipping, aviation, warehousing and freezones, has played a important function in boosting the region’s provide chain and logistics sector.

The exhibition aims to contribute in meeting the expanding needs of the logistics and infrastructure sector.

It functions much more than 200 nearby and international exhibitors from nations like Belarus, Canada, China, Egypt, Germany, India, Italy, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Pakistan, Qatar, Turkey, the UAE and the US.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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