Saudi team visits Munich trade fair


Published — Friday 18 January 2013

Last update 18 January 2013 12:43 am

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A Saudi high-profile delegation of 60 businessmen headed by Fahad Al-Hammadi, chairman of the contractors national committee at the Council of Saudi Chambers (CSC), is visiting the Munich trade fair BAU 2013.
The BAU is the world’s biggest trade fair for construction materials, architecture and systems taking place this year from Jan. 14-19 in Munich.
The German-Saudi Arabian Liaison Office for Economic Affairs (Gesalo) is organizing this visit from Saudi Arabia.
The delegation will meet with the state secretary of the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development, Rainer Bomba, and the vice president of the Federation of German Construction Industry, Klaus Pöllath.
The businessmen were given a guided tour of the fair venue to help them select and prospect German exhibitors with whom they may be interested to do business.
A statement said the fair had attracted around 2,000 exhibitors from more than 40 countries and approximately 240,000 visitors from all over the world.

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