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SBIE 2016 features over 200 exhibitors

JEDDAH: National and international companies are exhibiting their latest products and services at the 25th Saudi Building & Interiors Exhibition (SBIE), which was opened by Jeddah Mayor Hani Abu Ras on Monday.
The silver jubilee event of the show is being held at the Jeddah Center for Forums and Events, with the support of Jeddah Gov. Prince Mishaal bin Majed.
The mayor said: “This exhibition is an important opportunity to meet the growing demand of products and services in the Kingdom’s construction and real estate sector.”
More than 200 companies are exhibiting at the show, with pavilions from China, Egypt and Turkey, and individual companies notably from Arab world, the rest of Asia and Europe.
The four-day exhibition, which ends on April 14, has been organized by Al-Harithy Company for Exhibitions (ACE). It has wide ranging exhibits related to the construction industry, notably the latest technology and materials as well as approaches to interior design decor and furniture.
“The key objective of the exhibition is to display the latest in technology in building and decoration, and also create an ideal platform for local buyers, and regional and worldwide suppliers to come together and do business,” Zahoor Siddique, ACE’s VP, said.
“In a fluid and dynamic market, SBIE helps manufacturers and suppliers track potential buyers. Our trade visitors will also be able to establish new businesses and representations, and outsource their project requirements,” he added.
JEDDAH: National and international companies are exhibiting their latest products and services at the 25th Saudi Building & Interiors Exhibition (SBIE), which was opened by Jeddah Mayor Hani Abu Ras on Monday.
The silver jubilee event of the show is being held at the Jeddah Center for Forums and Events, with the support of Jeddah Gov. Prince Mishaal bin Majed.
The mayor said: “This exhibition is an important opportunity to meet the growing demand of products and services in the Kingdom’s construction and real estate sector.”
More than 200 companies are exhibiting at the show, with pavilions from China, Egypt and Turkey, and individual companies notably from Arab world, the rest of Asia and Europe.
The four-day exhibition, which ends on April 14, has been organized by Al-Harithy Company for Exhibitions (ACE). It has wide ranging exhibits related to the construction industry, notably the latest technology and materials as well as approaches to interior design decor and furniture.
“The key objective of the exhibition is to display the latest in technology in building and decoration, and also create an ideal platform for local buyers, and regional and worldwide suppliers to come together and do business,” Zahoor Siddique, ACE’s VP, said.
“In a fluid and dynamic market, SBIE helps manufacturers and suppliers track potential buyers. Our trade visitors will also be able to establish new businesses and representations, and outsource their project requirements,” he added.

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