Construction, Power & Mining Myanmar 2014 draws local and international exhibitors in high number

Three in One
Construction machinery and mining equipment on display at Yangon’s Myanmar Convention Centre where local and international exhibitors from the construction, power and mining sectors showcase new machines, equipment, technologies and solutions at second edition of Construction, Power and Mining Myanmar 2014 industry event.—Photo: Ye Myint

More than 165 exhibitors from 27 countries and international pavilions from China, South Korea, Singapore and Thailand are at the second edition of Construction, Power & Mining Myanmar 2014 in Yangon from November 30 to confirm Myanmar’s potential in building, electric power and oil and gas sectors.
Bangkok Exhibition Services Ltd organized the three-in-one exhibition that will run for three days, along with the 1st International Mining Myanmar Conference and introduction of new products, technologies and solutions by exhibitors.
Justin Pau, general manager of Bangkok Exhibition Services Ltd, told The Global New Light of Myanmar that many companies returned for the second edition of the exhibition.
“Companies came and looked at the local market in the first edition and the companies returned for the second edition because of the genuine business opportunities in the market,” he said comparing the first event with the second.
He said that the second event, which was joined by new exhibitors, shows that the potential of the Myanmar market is true.
All three industries are very strong, offering huge potential to continue to grow as construction is booming in Myanmar and many changes are happening in the creation and generation of power and distribution, and mining is one of the key industries in Myanmar, the BES general manager added.
According to Myanmar’s Directorate of Investment and Company Administration, 772 foreign companies have so far invested more than US $49.4 billion across 12 sectors, including oil and gas, manufacturing, mining, hotels and tourism, transport and logistics, real estate, livestock and fisheries, agriculture, construction and services.–GNLM

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