German-based MAN Truck & Bus, a leading manufacturer of mass transport vehicles, is stepping up its focus on the Middle East construction industry at an international trade fair opening in Munich tomorrow.
MAN will also look t
The GCC construction industry will see an upswing towards the second half of the year until 2013 with contract awards reaching a high of $150 billion, said experts at a recently concluded construction summit in Abu Dhabi.
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Bahrain's construction industry is on the brink of a major crisis after cement imports from Saudi Arabia were halted in a row about prices, according to businessmen.
Sources said manufacturers from the neighbouring country, which suppl
Aluminium Dubai 2011, one of the leading trade shows in the Middle East region that brings together global industry leaders, opened at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre on Monday.
Aluminium Dubai serves as
The GCC's building and construction industry currently consumes up to 400,000 tonnes of aluminium annually, making it one of the biggest markets for aluminium products in the region, a report said.
In particular, construction projects
The construction industry in the UAE is expected to be as much as 20 per cent annually between 2010 and 2013, following renewed interest in the building materials industry, said the organisers of an upcoming hardware and tools exhibition in Dubai.
The construction industry in Dubai has no chance of recovery in 2010 and the emirate's real estate operators too were likely to face difficulties over the coming months, said an industry expert.
Those construction companies which are s
With exhibitor space increased, and pre-registrations already at record levels, the organisers of 'The Big 5 Exhibition,' are seeing positive signs for an upturn in the construction industry in the UAE.
A leading international
The UAE's Dh1 trillion ($270 billion) construction industry is likely to be hit by an amnesty declared by the government for illegal workers.
The illegal workers, who constitute 20 per cent of the 1.5 million construction industry workforc