6th BUILD PAKISTAN Exhibition begins in Lahore

Pakistan’s leading Building and Construction Exhibition and Conference – 6th Edition of BUILD PAKISTAN organized by FAKT Exhibitions (Pvt.) Ltd. opened its doors on 19th December 2019 at Expo Centre Lahore.

The exhibition was inaugurated by Mr. Zaigham Mehmood Rizvi – Chairman PM federal housing task force along with stake holders of building, construction industry and Mr. Saleem Khan Tanoli – CEO of FAKT Exhibitions (Pvt.) Ltd.

On this occasion, Chairman PM federal housing task force stated that “FAKT Exhibitions has taken a wonderful initiative by organizing BUILD PAKISTAN Exhibition, which will provide an opportunity for the building and construction industry to showcase their state of the art technologies and services. He further added that exhibitions like BUILD PAKISTAN have played a pivotal role in strengthening our industries, providing business, employment opportunities and uplifting the economy of Pakistan.”

The mega exhibition received an overwhelming response, more than 50 companies participated from countries like Afghanistan, Bangladesh, China, Iran, Italy, Poland, Turkey, UAE, UK and more. The exhibitors displayed a wide and exquisite range of innovative technologies and solutions for the building and construction industry.

A high level conference also took place at the first day of the event, highlighting Naya Pakistan Housing Program and happenings, innovations and potential of building and construction industry. The conference was attended by both industry experts and academia, serving as a platform to bridge the gap between academia and industry.   

The three day exhibition will last till 21st December 2019 and is expected to attract around 10,000 international and local trade visitors, providing them an ideal opportunity to get acquainted with innovative and state of the art technologies for building and construction industry.

Urdu Source : https://www.dailyausaf.com/

English Source: https://pakobserver.net

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