In the opinion of Mr. Adarsh Gupta, CEO Liberty Whiteware, “Saudi Arabia has more than 700 ongoing projects in the construction sector. The construction sector showed a growth of 3.9% last year and is expected to grow1.8% this year. The growthis 25%higher in comparisonto other GCC countries. The credit for this boost in the construction sector goes to the Saudi Government. The government has announced Massive investment programson infrastructure projects to boost the growth of the Saudi Arabian economy. The estimated worth of these investments is known to be $400bn.”
Prerna Gupta, Head of Business Development added, “There is a strong commitment by the Government to execute these vital expansion projects.This has triggered a huge demand for high-quality productswhich local suppliers are not able to deliver on time. As manufacturers of world-class sanitarywareproducts, we see vast opportunities within the region”.
With a wide variety of decision makers and industry leaders in attendance, the SABIS is an ideal venue for Liberty Whitewareto introduce its products and services, an opportunity that Mr. Adarsh Gupta is confident will yield positive results.
The Saudi Arabian Building and Infrastructure Summit will be an ideal platform to meet, network and exchange knowledge with delegates from Government entities and real estate developers, construction companies, architects, designers, consultants, utility companies along withcross industry experts who are involved in all aspects of urbandevelopment and city planning processes. The Saudi BuildInfra Awards 2010 will recognize the projects which helped develop, strengthen, uplift and change the image of Saudi Arabia’s cities.
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