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‘Interbuild Fair 2015 a chance for companies to expand businesses, reach out to clients’

By Bahaa Al Deen Al Nawas - Oct 13,2015 - Last updated at Oct 13,2015

AMMAN — Deputising for Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour, Public Works Minister Sami Halaseh on Monday inaugurated the eighth Interbuild Jordan Fair and the Spark Exhibition taking place simultaneously with the ninth Jordanian International Electrical and Electronics Engineering Conference (JIEEEC 2015).

The Interbuild Fair 2015 is being held at Zara Expo Halls near the Grand Hyatt Amman Hotel and will conclude on Wednesday at 9pm.

A total of 100 local, regional, and international companies are taking part in the fair, SPARK and the international conference, according to Hani Ghanem, head of Interbuild’s organising committee.

The fair focuses on construction materials, targeting contractors, engineers, consultants, or anyone who wishes to rebuild or build a house, according to Souad Aljaghoub, general manager at the Golden Gate for Organisation of Exhibitions and Conferences Services, the event’s organising company. 

Exhibitors at SPARK, which takes place every two years, focus on electricity and electronics, including IT, communications, software safety and security, according to Aljaghoub.

Nathalia Toro, corporate communications manager at the Dubai-based Marmo Classic Stones Factory L.L.C, said this is her company’s first time participating in the Interbuild Fair Jordan 2015.

Toro said the number of visitors does not matter but what matters are the visits of professionals who are interested in a certain company’s products.

Hassan Khalifah, section manager at Industries for Constructional Equipment Limited (I.C.E), said such fairs give companies the chance to expand their work as well as keep up with updates in the job market.

Exhibiting companies are able to meet and benefit from each other, and they bring convenience to customers who find everything gathered in one place, Khalifah said, adding that the fair should have been organised in a larger place.

Ricky Young, sale consultant at Pujin Grandeur Global of Pujin Group, said the fair is a great opportunity for them to showcase their products to Jordanians and to know Jordan as well, adding that they are planning to take part in next year’s fair.

 

The Interbuild Fair featured exhibitors from Jordan, China, Turkey, Greece, Portugal, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, according to the organisers.

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