Construction Power and Energy Expo 2023 brings multitude of industries under one roof
Daily FT: The Construction Power & Energy Expo 2023 is not just an exhibition is a dynamic platform that promises a multitude of solutions for visitors from various industries.
Held on 7 to 9 July at BMICH in Colombo, this highly anticipated event had showcased the latest innovations, products, and services across the power, energy, construction, housing, interior, and building materials sectors. This event was organized by Lanka Exhibition and Conference Services Ltd. (LECS), a presidential award-winning company for organizing exhibitions in Sri Lanka.
Commenting on the exhibition, the organizers of the event said: “We are excited to present the Construction Power & Energy Expo 2023, an extraordinary platform that brings together diverse industries under one roof. This event offers visitors the chance to discover endless solutions, gain valuable insights, and connect with experts from multiple sectors. With an array of exhibitors, interactive experiences, and networking opportunities, we invite everyone to be part of this transformative event and explore the boundless possibilities it holds.”
The Construction Power and Energy Expo 2023 offered a comprehensive solution for those seeking products and services in the construction, interior, or energy-related fields.
With over 200 exhibitors representing a wide range of industries, including roofing systems, doors, windows, sanitary ware, electrical engineering, renewable energy, and more, this expo had brought together all the essential elements under one roof.
Sri Lanka’s industries sector is one of the fastest growing economic sectors in the country with the economy now back on recovery mode after facing the global pandemic and last year’s economic crisis. Several sectors under the industries sector like power and energy have shown a steady growth amidst challenging economic conditions. The construction sector is also restarting operations after facing a crisis situation last year. All these have created new business/investment opportunities in the industries sector. With Sri Lanka targeting towards becoming an emerging business hub in the South Asian region, supported by the country’s geographical positioning in the Indian Ocean and the strong trade ties with other countries, foreign businesses/investors could explore the expanding opportunities in Sri Lanka. The overall growth and business potential in Sri Lanka are also encouraging signs to explore opportunities in the country.
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