Emerging markets ‘eye $110bn airport spend’
Dubai, December 5, 2012
Emerging markets are planning to invest more than $110 billion in airport expansions, including supplies and services, said a top official in Dubai.
Raj Menon, general manager of UAE-based Arabian Reach, a leading event organizer and publisher, was speaking ahead of the second annual Emerging Airports Exhibition & Conference (EAEC), taking place in Dubai on January 30 and 31 at Al Bustan Rotana Hotel.
"EAEC 2013 will bring together the senior decision makers of the emerging airports across the Middle East, Indian Sub-Continent, Africa, Russia - CIS, Asia Pacific and South America who will use this event as a platform to scout for the investment, latest technologies, competitive products and services,” Menon said.
Over 15 airports directors, CEOs and senior procurement professionals will be taking part in the event and make presentations of their ongoing airport expansions, new terminals and development projects.
The presentations will include master plans, project insights, their requirement & procurement strategies and will includes one-to-one business meetings.
EAEC 2013 will be held concurrently with third annual Emerging Markets Airport Awards (EMAA) 2013. – TradeArabia News Service
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