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BuildEx Maldives 2019 Construction and Building Material Products Exhibition in Malé


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The Maldives National Association of Construction Industry (MNACI) along with Maldives Exhibition and Conference Services Ltd. (MECS) are proud to present BuildEx Maldives 2019, to be held on 22, 23 and 24 August in Malé, Maldives.

The Exhibition has been setup to cater to the construction boom in the Maldives. Major projects such as the reclamation and development of Hulumalé, construction and refurbishment of Island Resorts and the growing population in the Capital City contribute towards the exponential growth in the Maldivian construction industry. Buildex Maldives 2019, aims to provide a platform for B2B and B2C engagement. So far companies from Sri Lanka, India, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, UAE and New Zealand are set to participate at the Exhibition.

Construction is one of the most important sectors in the country, it has witnessed unprecedented growth in recent years. Residential construction grew markedly, particularly in Malé and in the recently reclaimed Hulhumalé’. This growth reflects the natural growth of the population and rapid urbanisation. Malé being the main commercial hub of the country and the Capital City, caters to a large number of people from the outer Islands who migrate to Malé, mainly looking for employment opportunities, better health and better educational services. This rapid urbanisation is driving the demand for rental accommodation in Malé, fuelling the growth of residential construction.

The Exhibition is being handled by veterans in the exhibition industry, Lanka Exhibitions and Conference Services Ltd., through their Malé based subsidiary Maldives Exhibition and Conference Services. Buildex will be the third annual event handled by the organisation in the Maldives and promises to be a great opportunity for all stakeholders of the construction industry. For information contact on +94 11 2390560 or janith@saexhibitions.com.


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