Pakistan Green Build Expo attracts crowds

Lahore: Pakistan Green Build Expo – International Green Build Expo & Conference opened its doors to trade visitors from various countries at the Expo Centre Lahore.

On the second day of Pakistan Green Build Expo a full day conference was held. The conference welcomed top notch professionals to educate the audience with latest knowledge of trends and developments in the sustainable, green building and construction industry.

Engr. Inam Ahmad Osmani, Senior Vice Chairman Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) and Mian Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman, Minister: Excise & Taxation, Higher Education & Youth Affairs, School Education, Literacy & Non-formal Basic Education, Transport, Finance chaired the conference.

The conference served as a great learning platform, enlightening the audience about industrial trends and provided a great networking opportunity. The conference attracted experts of the green and sustainable building and construction industry, which were eager to learn and discuss about the latest industrial technologies and developments.

Over 50 companies from around 10 countries including China, India, Italy, Sri Lanka etc. participated in the event and booked more than 100 stalls. The delegates participating in Pakistan Green Build Expo from different countries expressed that there is a great scope of foreign investment in Pakistan and they did not find any kind of hazards in the law and order situation of the country.

The exhibitors appreciated the efforts of FAKT Exhibitions (Pvt.) Ltd. and Pakistan Green Building Council for organizing an exhibition that gathered the industry on a single platform to network and meet the potential clients.

Pakistan Green Build Expo attracted a great number of local and international trade visitors on its second day and is expected to attract a greater number of trade visitors on the third day of the event.