INFRA Oman 2015

InfraOmanINFRA Oman 2015 takes place Sunday, 4 October 2015 – 9:00am to Thursday, 8 October 2015 – 5:00pm at the Oman International Exhibition Centre

UKTI and the Middle East Association have identified high value opportunities in Oman for British companies, arising from rapid development and major infrastructure projects in many parts of the country, costing billions of dollars. These will be implemented in the coming years as the Sultanate takes concrete measures to diversify its economy and with its pro-British outlook and preference for British suppliers and partners, this creates tremendous potential for British exporters.

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Following on from the same, highly successful programme last year, the Middle East Association are fully supporting and assisting the organisation of the British Pavilion at Infra Oman 2015, which is being organised in conjunction with Intec Export Intelligence and the British Embassy. Support and assistance will be provided by the MEA, UKTI and Embassy staff and the British Ambassador will host a briefing and reception, with key contacts invited specifically to meet the UK group.

INFRA Oman 2015 will be of interest to companies in the Infrastructure Sector but will also include those involved in the training, healthcare, finance, transport, consultancy, security and related industries around infrastructure projects. More than 200 local and international exhibitors will participate. Infra Oman 2015 will include country pavilions from India, Iran, Italy, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and the UK and feature countries like Australia, Austria, Canada, China, France, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Iran, Lebanon, Libya, South Korea, Turkey, and the UAE.



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