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Latest Achievements in Construction Industry

posted 2 Mar 2012, 02:05 by Webmaster Ambasciata

Three international exhibitions: Construction UzBuild 2012, Furniture and Production Technologies – MebelExpo Uzbekistan 2012, Heating, Water Supply, Ventilation, Sanitary Engineering, Swimming Pool Equipment – Aqua-Therm Tashkent 2012 opened at the Uzexpocenter.

The event is organized by ITE Uzbekistan international exhibition company with support from the Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations, Investments and Trade, State Committee for Architecture and Construction, Uzkommunkhizmat Agency, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Uzbekistan and Tashkent city administration.

Uzbekistan has attached great consideration to de-monopolization of construction materials market and boosting the construction industry in general, dynamic inflow of foreign investments into this sector.

Construction UzBuild 2012 constitutes a major construction and interior design exposition in Uzbekistan. It has helped its organizers to find new solutions to novel projects that would cater to the needs of contemporary industry.

According to Muhammadjon Shodiyev, deputy chairman of State Committee for Architecture and Construction, the modern-day capacities of Uzbekistan’s building industry allow for addressing the most intricate of tasks.

Large-scale construction works unfolded across the country require modernization, technical and technological re-equipment of production, introduction and application of cutting-edge technologies.

UzBuild exposition has come to be a convenient venue for the demonstration of advanced technologies and innovation from one year to another, and helped tackle these challenges with success.

This year’s joint exposition has attracted more than 150 companies from 21 nations, including Uzbekistan, Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Germany, Denmark, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, China, South Korea, Moldova, United Arab Emirates, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, the United States, Turkey, Ukraine, France and Sweden.

Domestic companies are represented extensively here in exhibition halls. Their displays have been expanding each year both in scope and quality with goods successfully competing with foreign counterparts.

The examples include the products by the renowned KNAUF presented in Building Materials section.

The rapid pace of housing construction in Uzbekistan has given impetus to the advancement of numerous related industries, including the furniture industry. The leading businesses in the industry have presented their produce in MebelExpo Uzbekistan, which launched its own designs in three sections: Furniture, Technologies for Furniture Manufacturing and Interiors.

The Technologies for Furniture Manufacturing sector has traditionally attracted the greatest interest of specialists owing to an extensive limelight on tools and equipment from leading manufacturers, woodworking equipment and furniture technological production lines.

The sector of components for furniture production is also crowded. A permanent member of the exhibition, Austria-based Julius Blum GmbH offers a resourceful collection of kitchen furniture accessories.

A variety of furniture fittings and components by Progress Impress (Uzbekistan), foam rubber and fillers for furniture made in domestic company Simakx Pars are distinct with their quality.

The sector of Home and Office Furniture is presented by local manufacturers – JV Mebel, JV Tus Buero and FE Tashelektroapparat.

New design and interior solutions are exhibited by Vitraj Delyuks, Avtooynalar Dunyosi and others. Furniture Forum will define a strategy to promote latest technological breakthroughs in the Uzbek market whereby professionals can assess and come up with practical proposals, evaluate the prospects of the industry.

At the stands of Aqua-Therm Tashkent 2012 one can observe the entire range of products offered by the industry as much as exchange constructive experience with market professionals.

Expositions are expected to facilitate the enhancement of existing capacities for the introduction of fundamentally new developments in construction and help meet the growing demand for building materials and tools.