Bahrain MEP summit sees $380m in deals
Manama, January 20, 2013
Business deals worth $380 million were concluded during the Arabian MEP Conference and Exhibition held recently in Bahrain, a report said.
There were also more than 3,500 visitors at the three-day show, in which nearly 100 exhibitors from Bahrain and the region took part, organiser Exposure Media managing director Sijo Joseph said, according to the report published in our sister publication the Gulf Daily News.
The event, at the Bahrain International Exhibition Centre, was held under the patronage of Works Minister Essam Khalaf.
Use of green technologies in the fields of mechanical and electrical engineering came under the spotlight at the event, which also highlighted the latest developments and trends in the fields of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, heating, ventilation, air conditioning insulation, refrigeration and automation.
"The business that has been done is testimony to the fact that business in Bahrain is back on track after passing through a difficult period," he said.
"Visitors, not only from Bahrain but around the GCC, gave an impetus to the show, which had the blessings of the Works Minister.
"The support we received from the ministry was of great significance and was a major contributor towards making the show a success."
Bahraini company Kavalani & Sons was one of the major exhibitors at the event along with several leading companies from around the GCC.
Nehmeh, a leading provider of industrial solutions in Qatar & Bahrain, also took part and showcased the most advanced equipment and technology focussing on environment-friendly exhibits. – TradeArabia News Service
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