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City Gets Ready for Cambuild’16

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Cambuild’16 – Cambodia’s biggest international exhibition ‒ will kick off on Thursday at the Diamond Island Exhibition Center with more than 50,000 international trade visitors expected to be in Phnom Penh this week.
The three-day fair will feature exhibitions from the construction, water management, energy, fire and security, air conditioning and property sectors.
According to the Cambuild’16 website, there will be around 400 exhibiting companies from 23 countries including pavilions from China, India, Malaysia, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand and Singapore.
“The expo is packed with more new technology, products and innovations to reduce the costs and improve quality and productivity,” said the website.
“Cambuild’16 will focus on green energy which is the gateway to reduce the waste, increase efficiency and reduce energy,” added the Cambuild’16 site.
According to the main organizer, AMB Tarsus Exhibitions (Cambodia), more than 50,000 trade visitors from China and other countries are expected to be at Cambuild’16.
Andrew Siow, general director of AMB Tarsus Exhibitions (Cambodia), said that this exhibition will be an opportunity for local and international firms in the building sector to develop networks and partnerships.
“Many companies will be looking for Cambodian agents and distributors and Cambuild’16 will be an excellent opportunity for that,” said Mr. Siow.
“We encourage property developers, contractors, architects, building and interior designers, consultants, engineers, electrical engineers, production and factory managers, security consultants and managers, construction retailers and wholesalers, and construction suppliers to join this event,” he added.
Cambuild’16 is co-organized by the Ministry of Commerce, Cambodia Constructions Association, the Housing Development Association of Cambodia, the Ministry of Land Management Urban Planning and Construction and the Board of Cambodia Architects.

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