The Syrian Specialized Exhibitions kicked off on Tuesday with the participation of more than 250 companies from 26 Arab and foreign countries at the Damascus Fair Grounds .
The Syrian Specialized Exhibitions is organized by TAYARA for International Exhibitions and Conferences, who are presenting three exhibitions at the same time.
ME Build Show, the Syrian International Exhibition for Building and Construction, is held in cooperation with the Ministry of Public Works and Housing.
SINEX, the Syrian International Exhibition for Machines, Industrial Equipment and Raw Materials, is organized in cooperation with the Ministry of Industry.
Syria MEP, the Syrian International Exhibition for Electro-Mechanics, HVAC, Plumbing and Water Technology, is run in cooperation with the Ministry of Electricity.
The three exhibitions, which will continue until Apr. 27, 2019, aim to create a direct communication platform between the, Arab and foreign companies, according to Mowafaq Tayara, the director of organizing establishment.
He added that this platform contributes to the exchanging of experiences and serves as a briefing on the latest global construction techniques and modern technology in the construction and the renewable energy sector, promoting and marketing the products of companies and the conclusion of commercial transactions.
Scores of companies from Italy, Hungary, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Lebanon, Egypt, Iran, Jordan, China and India will participate in the exhibition, Tayara said.
For the first time, three exhibitions are organized at the same time because all the expos are specialized in fields that will be needed in the reconstruction phase and provide the opportunity for visiting engineers, contractors, technicians and entrepreneurs to brief people on everything related to their work.
TAYARA for International Exhibitions and Conferences is one of the most experienced organisations in the exhibition industry in the Middle East; it has managed to organize hundreds of leading economic and trade events to the highest international standards.
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