After two consecutive and successful exhibitions in UAE, INTERMAT Middle East returns to Abu Dhabi in 2014 to provide stakeholders in the construction industry with the latest, most efficient machinery, equipment and materials to build a growing and sustainable construction industry.
Held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre in Abu Dhabi, UAE, the third INTERMAT Middle East will take place from 20 – 22 January 2014.
According to a recent report by BNC Network and online project tracker, projects planned for the Gulf region are estimated to be US$1.68 trillion.
Furthermore, RNCOS analysts report that the UAE construction industry is driving growth with ongoing projects, investments into green open spaces and strong government support, all of which is estimated to be US$39.4 billion in 2012 with an expected growth rate of 9.5 per cent between 2012 and 2016.
Maryvonne Lanoë, INTERMAT Exhibition Director, said: “Our prime focus is to cater to the growing needs of the region’s construction sector and build on the success INTERMAT Middle East has had over the past two years. This 2014 exhibition will provide attendees with the best and most effective products available to build strong, cost-effective and highly efficient projects. In response to the insightful and supportive feedback received by attendees last year, the next edition of INTERMAT Middle East will have an increased focus on concrete, roads and transport, scaffolding and formwork.”
In response to the high growth and demand of the GCC region, the INTERMAT team will travel to Munich, Germany to exhibit at bauma 2013 from 15 – 21 April 2013. With global leaders in the construction equipment industry confirmed to be in attendance, the INTERMAT team is looking forward to welcome you at their stand EO.1 to discuss the numerous opportunities that exist in the GCC region.
INTERMAT Middle East 2014 will feature national pavilions consisting of key leading exhibitors from France, Turkey, United Kingdom, Italy and more.
With 250 exhibitors participating and an estimated attendance of 7,500 professional visitors INTERMAT Middle East will be the region’s must-attend business event for construction and infrastructure in 2014.