Muscat, The 8th edition of Infra Oman, one of the largest building and construction expo in the Middle East, has begun at Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre in Al Irfan District under the patronage of 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 is supported by the Ministry of Transport & Communications, Royal Oman Police DG Customs and the Muscat Municipality, Oman News Agency (ONA) reported.
Infra Oman - dubbed as one of the largest building and construction expo in the Middle East has been continuously defining the industry's development for the last 7 years. It is considered as the annual meeting place for industry leaders, suppliers and buyers in the Sultanate. Infra Oman has proved to be an ideal starting point not only for the local companies, but also for foreign entities that are more determined to be part of Oman's growing market.
The exhibition focuses on Construction Requirements, Green & Future Buildings, Heavy Equipment & Technologies, Hotel & Tourism Projects, Industrial Free Zones, Industrial Manufacturing, Power & Water Technologies, Tools & Equipment's, Transportation & Logistics, Infrastructure Projects � Roads, Airports, and Railways & Ports � Build & Supply and other Development Projects.
Infra Oman 2018 will be the GCC Supply Chain Logistics Exhibition & Conference showcasing logistics services, shipping, maritime services and investment opportunities. Oman and mainly the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states, continues to be one of the most lucrative and beneficial trading and logistics hubs in the world. A well-planned and developed infrastructure in the form of ports, shipping, aviation, warehousing and free-zones has played a key role in boosting the region's supply chain and logistics sector. The exhibition aims to contribute in meeting the growing requirements of the logistics and infrastructure sector.
The exhibition will feature more than 200 local and international exhibitors from around the world.
Source: Bahrain News Agency