UAE Ministry of Public Works forms strategic alliance with Intermat Middle East 2012
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, September 17 - 2012 at 12:46
- PRESS RELEASE
Shortly after the UAE was ranked first regionally and eleventh globally for the availability of transport infrastructure in the Global Enabling Trade Report 2012, the Ministry of Public Works in the UAE has aligned itself as a lead partner with Intermat Middle East to continue its pursuit of infrastructure excellence.
The UAE Ministry of Public Works' strategy is to deliver premium quality federal infrastructure with pride and dignity to surpass its current global rankings of being fourth in providing quality air transport infrastructure, sixth in quality of seaport infrastructure and seventh in terms of transhipment connectivity.
In addition, a new study conducted by Ventures Middle East illustrates that spending on social and business infrastructure projects like airports, hospitals and schools are valued at $1.6bn across the GCC in 2012.
His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, UAE Minister of Public Works, said, "Our strategic partnership with Intermat Middle East will expand our network with some of the biggest and most reputable organisations that provide construction equipment, machinery and materials from across the world. Intermat leverages its wealth of experience in bringing together companies that have cost-effective and technologically enhanced products. We are certain that the platform provided by this exhibition will contribute to the vision of our leaders from the UAE and across the Middle East and assist us in building a globally renowned future for this region."
The platform provided by Intermat Middle East 2012 makes it the ideal exhibition for the UAE Ministry of Public Works to showcase completed projects as an example of what other countries in the region can do as well as future plans to build the creative vision of this nation.
Maryvonne Lanoe, Intermat Exhibition Director, said, "This strategic alliance with the UAE Ministry of Public Works is a testament to our continued progress in improving Intermat Middle East's penetration and strengthening its presence in the region. It also reflects the surge of development that is underway in the UAE. We are determined to produce the region's best exhibition for construction machinery, materials and equipment and having the UAE Ministry of Public Works as a lead partner ensures our goal of producing a must-attend event for the who's who in the construction and infrastructure sectors."
Intermat Middle East 2012 will attract visitors and high level delegations from across the GCC and MENA region that are involved in infrastructure planning and execution. Furthermore, industry leaders and decision makers from government agencies responsible for delivering road, transport, and large scale infrastructure projects are expected to participate at the second annual exhibition for construction machinery, materials and equipment.
Attendees at Intermat Middle East 2012 have the unique opportunity to meet and build business relationships with a plethora of exhibitors at the exhibition's international pavilions from Germany, Finland, France, The Netherlands and Italy.
Exhibitors include: Putzmeister, Liebherr, Sennebogen, TEREX Finlay, Atlas-Copco, JCB, Manitowoc, Liugong, Doosan, CIFA, IHI, Haulotte, Dynapac, Faymonville, Bobcat, WireCo, ERKAT and many more.
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