‘18th CON-EXPO Bangladesh 2015 International Expo’

After the enormous success of the “CON-EXPO” in previous editions `CEMS Bangladesh’ we are going AGAIN BRINGS TO YOU

Online PR News – 25-November-2015 – Dhaka, Bangladesh – After the enormous success of the “CON-EXPO” in previous editions `CEMS Bangladesh’ we are going AGAIN BRINGS TO YOU ‘18th CON-EXPO Bangladesh 2015 International Expo’, scheduled to be held from 3rd to 5th December,2015, will be a glittering showcase of the Construction Materials, Method, Equipment and Real Estate industry. It will reveal to the country, the rapid developments in the industry as well as new technology components. The neat layouts of the show provides ample opportunity to the consumers of housing to see the latest offerings in the market as well as to the business visitor to carry out networking in a highly enabled environment. The CON-EXPO is therefore not only a networking ground, but also a place to find business partners and strategic alliances for manufacturing, outsourcing, sub-contracting, design and development as well as direct marketing. CON-EXPO, stands for construction Materials, Method, Equipment and Real Estate Exposition. Since 17 years this exposition has been providing a marketing platform with buyers and sellers, and also the Exposition will launch the public relation campaign as a part of our program which will give your company an added exposure, which by itself would have.

The construction sector of BANGLADESH has also been growing quickly. Some huge projects has been forecasted , construction of a New International Airport in Dhaka, a Deep-Sea Port in Chittagong, a Metro Rail Project in Dhaka.

Recently government is expected to ink two deals worth $5.5 billion including a 26-km Elevated Expressway in Dhaka and a 6.15-km Long Bridge on the river Padma that will connect the southern Bangladesh with the rest, as part of a major drive to develop infrastructure. A deal to kick-start Dhaka Metro project could take place later this year.

Due to the rapid population growth, an influx of people from rural areas, and a growing middle class, new buildings are continuously erected and the construction sector has consequently been booming.In 2010/11, the construction sector’s share of GDP was 9.76%. Further, the construction boom has triggered growth in other sectors of the economy, such as transport, storage, communications, and housing services.