Sixteenth Exhibition of Building Industry with the participation of 300 foreign companies that take place 6500 square meters of exhibition space will be held on 12 to 15 August. From 50 thousand square meters of exhibition space that are in disposal of building industry, 6500 square meters are dedicated to foreign companies and the rest is in disposal of local companies. Totally, more than 800 building materials manufacturing companies and factories are present in this exhibition.
“We are going to stimulate the building industry in keeping with sixth development plan”, Seyyed Mohammad Karimi- Fair Tasks Director of Iran Chamber of Cooperatives- said in a news meeting conference by explaining the process of holding this exhibition. “The strategic policies are determined and explained according to law in each country that accordingly, the government, parliament and judiciary must implement in order to serve to people”.
“One of these policies is resistive economy that was announced by the Supreme Leader (Imam Khamenei) and the Chamber of Cooperatives as a Non-governmental Organization has helped to statesmen and it is determined to hold this exhibition as an organizer executor in order to exit the recession in the building industry in keeping with realizing the “Action and Implementation” slogan”, he added.
Fair Tasks Director of Iran Chamber of Cooperatives rehearsed using of resistive economy policies in energy saving, being low-cost, making resistant and making lightweight as the most important criteria for introducing top entrepreneurs.
It is predicted that the exhibition to be held in two parts for next year that this suggestion is under consideration.
In Sixteenth International Exhibition of Building Industry, 32 countries including Belgium, China, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Spain, South Korea, South Africa, Taiwan, Russia, Turkey, Canada, Switzerland, Sweden, Great Britain, Austria, Denmark, Japan, Netherlands, Norway and Finland are present.
Holding Place: Tehran International Fair
Visiting Hour: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm