Gulf Construction Expo 2021 to start off in November

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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The Gulf Construction Expo 2021, Bahrain’s showcase for construction and building materials, will take place from 2nd to 4th November at the Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre (BIECC).

The Gulf Construction Expo provides a forum for promoting Bahrain’s construction industry. Furthermore, it will allow the businesses in the construction industry to take advantage of the exhibitions’ numerous business growth and promotional opportunities.

“The economy has suffered for the last year and the current forecasts are showing positive signs of recovery and growth. The exhibitions sector contributes a valuable platform to showcase products, ideas as part of a holistic business strategy,” said Jubran Abdulrahman, the Managing Director of Hilal Conferences and Exhibitions, the organizers of the show.

“As Bahrain’s vaccination strategy takes effect, we expect a return to a new normal in business and society. For the show in November, all precautions will be implemented to ensure the safety of our exhibitors and visitors,” he commented.

This international Expo for construction machinery, building material, and construction vehicles provides the construction sector in the GCC with a professional platform for networking, investment, and the exchange of ideas and information.

“Gulf Construction Expo visitors can expect a diverse expo covering different categories and products within the construction industry; which will be delivered to standards that will build on the Expo’s reputation as being the leading construction sector event in the northern Gulf,” Mr. Abdulrahman added.

According to the statement, “Gulf Construction Expo will run alongside the Gulf Property Show and Interiors Expo providing a unique integrated business-to-business platform for the construction, interiors and property sectors in the Northern Gulf.”

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