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Infra Oman 2015, the fifth edition of Oman’s international trade event for infrastructure and industrial projects, will be held from October 5-7.
It is organised by Al Nimr Expo and supported by the Ministry of Transport and Communications, Ministry of Regional Municipalities and Water Resources and the Muscat Municipality.
The exhibition is also supported by Austrian Trade Commission, German Industry and Commerce Office (AHK), German Near and Middle East Association (NUMOV), Trade Promotion Council of India (TPCI), Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia, Iran International Exhibitions Co, Trade Promotion Organization of Iran (TPO), Public Establishment for Industrial Estates (PEIE), Spanish Economic and Trade Office, Trade Promotion Agency of Andalucia (Extenda), Middle East Association, UK Trade and Investment (UKTI), Concrete Sawing and Drilling Association (CSDA) and Oman American Business Council (OABC).
The Diamond sponsors of the event are Al Fairuz Trading and Contracting Co, Al Nahdha Overseas, Consolidated Contractors Company Oman (CCC), Deebaj National Enterprises, Doka Muscat, Galfar Engineering and Contracting, Khalid bin Ahmed and Sons, Larsen and Toubro (Oman), RMD Kwikform Oman, Salem Mohiyaddin bin Saif and Bros Trad and Cont Co, Sezai Turkes Feyzi Akkaya [STFA] Construction Group, and Strabag Oman. Platinum sponsors are Al Watanyiah United Engineering and Contracting Co and Vermeer Middle East FZCO. Gold sponsors are Al Maha Petroleum Products Marketing Company and Muna Noor Manufacturing and Trading.
As the Sultanate of Oman is pushing ahead with its rapid development with the ongoing construction of major infrastructure projects in many parts of the country, more development projects, costing billions of dollars, are set to be implemented in the coming years as the sultanate takes concrete measures to diversify its economy.
Much of the expansion is fueled by the desire to alleviate pressure on Muscat’s main port and airport, transforming the capital into a more attractive tourist destination.
Infra Oman is the largest gathering of decision makers from across the infrastructure and energy sectors including government representatives, developers, and consultants, offering you the opportunity to showcase your company’s abilities, develop new business contacts and maintain market share through gaining first-hand knowledge on upcoming projects and industry trends.
Infra Oman will also comprise of companies related to waste management, power and renewable energy and fire safety and security.
Infra Oman 2015 will feature more than 200 local and international exhibitors from countries like Australia, Austria, Canada, China, France, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Libya, South Korea, Turkey, UAE and the UK. Infra Oman will also include country pavilions from India, Iran, Italy, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and the UK.