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Building & Construction Indonesia 2013

Jakarta, Indonesia.

2013-09-11 to 2013-09-14

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The 16th International Series of Building and Construction, Equipment & Materials Exhibitions BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION INDONESIA 2011 including The 10th Internaional Marble, Granite and Ceramics, Equipment, Materials & Products Exhibition MARBLE, GRANITE & CERAMICS INDONESIA 2011, The 10th International Interior Design, Lighting, Aircon, Kitchen & Bathroom, Textile and Flooring Exhibition INTERIORS INDONESIA 2011 and The 9th International Specialist Vehicle Exhibition for the Construction and Mining Industries TRUCK INDONESIA 2011.

VISIT INDONESIA S BIGGEST SERIES OF BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION TRADE EXHIBITIONS!

The following selection of new products, equipment and materials from around the world represents a huge collection of exhibits!

The booming building and construction sector particularly for offices buildings, housing developments and infrastructural projects has also created a huge outdoor display area of heavy equipment and machinery.

If you are involved in this industry then a visit to see, buy and compare the latest available on world markets is a must.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Date: 21 - 24 September 2011
Venue : Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran
Exhibits : The most comprehensive of building & construction equipment and services 

Since the Asian Financial Crisis of the late 90 & the construction industry in Indonesia has recovered spectacularly with investment in new housing, apartments, shopping malls and offices increasing by 363% in the period 2002 – 2007. A strong indicator of this growth is the need for significant expansion of the cement industry. With capacity now at 46 million tons and targeted to expand by 8% a year driven by demand from the property sector and the implementation, in 2008, of large infrastructure projects.

US$230 Billion Infrastructure Projects:
Government and private sector infrastructure projects worth US$230 billion will include the construction of expressways, railways, ports and airports, power stations, water supply and telecommunications projects.