With the wide participation of local, international and governmental building and construction companies, the Sixth Libya Construction Exhibition, LCEXPO 2023, opens its doors on Monday, November 27th, at the Tripoli International Fairgrounds, and continues for four days.
Organisers ADD Events report that international participation at the show comes from Italy, Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, Iran, and Turkey.
ADD say that the exhibition interspersed with many accompanying events and exhibitions, the most important of which is the Libya Exhibition for air conditioning and refrigeration, (Libya HVAC) and the Libya Water and Technology Exhibition, in addition to the most prominent event, which is the Libyan Technicians Forum, will be a platform that brings together professionals and technicians in the fields of air conditioning, electricity, plumbing, and monitoring systems.
In an exclusive interview with Libya Herald, the General Manager of the AD Company for Organizing Exhibitions and Conferences, Ghaleb Al-Giblawi, said that the Libya Construction Exhibition comes this year with important participation from the executive agencies in the country.
The most important of these, he added, are the Man-Made River Implementation and Management Authority, the Housing and Infrastructure Board (HIB), and the Transportation Projects Implementation Authority. Additionally, the participation of the Organisation for the Development of Administrative Centers (ODAC) comes to shed light on the most prominent state projects that have been completed in the past period, in addition to announcing future projects.
Tens of billions of dinars of private sector real estate development
Al-Giblawi stressed that Libya is in constant need of specialized exhibitions in the world of building, construction and real estate investment, especially at this stage in which the country is witnessing the resumption of several urban projects, infrastructure projects and public facilities.
There is also growing activity from the private sector in real estate investment, urban development and construction. He said private real estate investments on a large scale, especially in the main cities of the country, amounting to tens of billions of dinars, will be an important tributary to an urban renaissance and a strong supporter of the Libyan economy.
Those interested in the sector, Al-Giblawi added, should visit the exhibition and participate in its activities to learn about the latest developments in building and construction technologies it offers and the various opportunities it provides to view various offers presented by participating companies and entities. He said the event offers the opportunity to open horizons for networking and establishing partnerships between those who wish to invest, exhibitors, and real estate developers.
Exhibition enjoys wide government support
The exhibition, Al-Giblawi reminded, enjoys the support of the Ministry of Economy and Trade, the Ministry of Housing and Construction, the General Union of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture, the Engineering Professions Syndicate – Tripoli, and the General Authority for Exhibitions, and with golden sponsorship from Al-Baraka Insurance Company.