Infra Oman exhibition opens today

MUSCAT: The 7th Infra Oman — Oman’s biggest and only exhibition related to construction & Infrastructure is set to open today at the Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre. Dr Rasheed bin al Safi al Huraibi, Chairman of the Oman Tender Board will inaugurate the event at 3 pm today.
Infra Oman is supported by the Ministry of Transport & Communications, Sultanate of Oman and Muscat Municipality, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, India and the Confederation of Indian Industry. The three day event will run daily from 2 pm—9 pm.
This year, India will be the country of honour and feature more than 20 companies from India looking for business partners in the vibrant Omani market.
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 6 years. It is considered as the annual meeting place for industry leaders, suppliers and buyers in the Sultanate of Oman.
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 will focus on construction requirements, green and future buildings, heavy equipment and technologies, hotel and tourism projects, industrial free zones, industrial manufacturing, power and water technologies, tools and equipment, transportation and logistics, infrastructure projects — roads, airports and railways and ports, build and supply and other development projects.
Electro Oman — Oman’s leading exhibition in power, electricity and lighting will be co-located with Infra Oman. Electro Oman is dedicated solely to energy and clearly partitioned to cover all aspects of the sector, including electricity, water, lighting and HVAC, with a special emphasis on sustainable solutions and renewable energies.
Capitalising on its huge appeal among experts, business people and the general public, Electro Oman will draw a large number of decision-makers and professionals in the field, including government representatives, investors and buyers both from the region and neighbouring countries.