30pc more exhibitors for Saudi Build
Riyadh, September 23, 2010
Saudi Build, the leading construction trade event, has achieved a 30 per cent increase in the number of confirmed exhibitors for the 2010 edition.
Over 850 exhibitors from 34 countries will attend the show when it runs from October 18 to 21 at the Riyadh International Exhibition and Convention Centre.
Saudi Build 2010, the 22nd international construction technology and building materials exhibition, will also be supported by more than 20 international trade authorities and associations.
Event organiser Riyadh Exhibitions Company (REC) reports that it has expanded Saudi Build’s exhibition space by around 50 per cent to 27,000 sq m.
The event will also be accompanied by Saudi Stone-Tech - the 13th international stone and stone technology show. Formerly called Saudi Stone, this partner event will showcase products ranging from marble slabs to mosaics and display computerised stone cutting, quarrying and polishing machinery and equipment.
“The growth in this year’s exhibitor attendance reflects the strength and huge potential of the construction and construction materials industries,” said Mohammad Al Hussaini, deputy general manager, Riyadh Exhibitions Company.
“It also affirms the participants’ appreciation for the numerous opportunities offered by the Saudi and regional markets. We look forward to the record numbers Saudi Build and Saudi Stone-Tech will attain this year,” he added.
Saudi Build will also include a B2B matchmaking exercise, allowing companies to network with more than 50 industry peers from Europe and Australia.
A major part of Saudi Build is the PMV Series 2010 which will feature a premium selection of heavy construction machinery and equipment. PMV will cover a combined indoor and outdoor area of more than 5,000 sq m displaying the latest construction heavy machinery and equipment. – TradeArabia News Service
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