Saudi Infrastructure 2011, Forum & Exhibition is held under the esteemed auspices of HRH Prince Mansour Bin Mutaib Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and will focus on “Adding Value & Building Commercial Opportunities.”
Saudi Infrastructure will showcase major investment opportunities and infrastructure projects, as well as highlighting how Saudi Arabia supports foreign investment and maintains a trusted stability within the global market. With the fastest growing and already largest economy in the Arab world, Saudi Arabia is an investment destination with a population soon to be in excess of 30 million. Saudi Arabia has unrivalled natural resources and are investing these resources in the industries and infrastructure of tomorrow.
The programme has extended to include a site visit to Al Mashaaer Al Mugaddassah Metro Project and is sponsored by China Railway Construction Corporation (CRCC) and will take place on the third day of the Forum, Tuesday 13 December. Mashaaer Mugaddassah Metro Project (MMMP) is one of its kind mega projects targeting to serve pilgrims coming from all over the globe every year to perform Hajj rituals by moving easily in the holy sites (Mashaaer Mugaddassah)
With the likes of Future Pipe, China Railway Construction Corporation (CRCC), Parsons, Al Khodari, CRA International, Al Muhaidib, Yousef Bin Ahmed Kanoo, Shairco, ACWA Pipe, Schulz Group, Saudi Pipe Systems and Bravo already confirmed as sponsors and exhibitors, Saudi Infrastructure is the meeting point for Senior Ministers and key industry players who can have a hand in the many major infrastructure projects either already underway or out to tender.
“Future Pipe is exhibiting and sponsoring Saudi Infrastructure as we are keen to be part of the infrastructure changes that Saudi Arabia is undertaking and want our brand synonymous with the event alongside the major construction companies and government organisations that are also supporting the event.”
Salah Al-Otaibi, Vice President, Future Pipe
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