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Sri Lanka becomes a key market for latest concrete product machinery


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Sri Lanka has become a key market for global players to show case a wide range of latest concrete product machinery, asphalt plant and red brick machinery.

The choice is aplenty and the myriad of products have found their way in different verticals, because of their high quality, ease of construction and affordability factors. Sri Lanka is emerging, as the fastest growing market for concrete block making machinery.

The global players are offering sophisticated and higher capacity machinery, which are capable of producing a wide variety of concrete products. The latest machines are easy-to-install, operate and maintained. The increase in project sizes, coupled with the demand for a wider variety of concrete products, in sizable quantity has propelled the entry of global players. They have either set shops themselves or through multiple tie-ups, with the leading players of the domestic market.

As per Futurex Trade Fair and Events Ltd. Director Namit Gupta has said: “There is increase on quality along with tighter project deadlines means, the market for concrete product machinery will continue to maintain its hectic growth rate in Sri Lanka and use of concrete blocks in large-scale projects such as integrated realty townships, high-rise projects, has also come as good news for manufacturers. With the intensifying competition, global players will offer value-added propositions, in the form of project guidance and machine commissioning.”

At the 7th Sri Lanka Buildcon International Expo 2018 more than 50+ international companies related to concrete block, asphalt plant machinery and construction machinery and equipment are participating along with building material where more than 60+ international companies are showcasing latest architectural hardware, Upvc windows profile, roofing and facades, glass, pipes and fittings, aluminium and Upvc window machinery, modular kitchen and so on in Hall Number A.

Hall Number B is dedicated to latest trend and technologies related on wood and woodworking industry where more than 40+ international companies are participating and showcasing woodworking machinery, laminates, veneers, timber, power tools, wood coating and so on. 

For fixing one-to-one appointments with international companies, email info@futurextrade.com.


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