Oman's 9th International Exhibition for Infrastructure, Construction & Industrial projects
7-9 October 2019
Oman Convention & Exhibiton Center
Infra Oman - dubbed as one of the largest building and construction expo in the Middle East has been continuously defining the industry’s development for the last 8 years. It is considered as the annual meeting place for industry leaders, suppliers and buyers in the Sultanate of Oman. Infra Oman has proved to be an ideal starting point not only for the local companies, but also for foreign entities that are more determined to be part of Oman’s growing market.
The 9th five-year development plan (2016-2020) attaches a great importance to construction development by ensuring optimum utilization of resources and investment opportunities in the various governorates in the Sultanate. The private investments shall be in commodities production activities (32.6%), services activities (37%) and in infrastructures (29%)
Infra Oman 2019 will be co-located with Electro Oman – Electricity, Energy & Lighting exhibition which is dedicated solely to energy and clearly partitioned to cover all aspects of the sector, including electricity, water, lighting and HVAC, with a special emphasis on sustainable solutions and renewable energies.
Also, co-located with Infra Oman 2019 will be the GCC Supply Chain Logistics & Conference showcasing logistics services, shipping, maritime services and investment opportunities.
Participate in Infra Oman and showcase the difference that your company can make to the Sultanate’s highly impressive infrastructure development plan. Book your stand today!
Electro Oman is a dedicated space covering all aspects of the sector, including electricity, water, lighting and HVAC, with a special emphasis on sustainable solutions and renewable energies. Capitalizing on its huge appeal among experts, business people and the general public, Electro Oman draws a large number of decision-makers and professionals in the field, including government representatives, investors and buyers both from the region and neighboring countries.
Owing to its strategic location, diverse economy and infrastructural support, the Sultanate of Oman and mainly the GCC continues to be one of the most lucrative and beneficial trading and logistics hubs in the world. A well-planned and developed infrastructure in the form of ports, shipping, aviation, warehousing and free-zones has played a key role in boosting the region’s supply chain and logistics sector.
The 3rd edition of the GCCSCL witnessed over 90 companies and 6000 visitors, co-located with Infra Oman.
It will be showcasing logistics services, shipping, maritime services and investment opportunities.
"Oman’s strategic location in the Arabian Gulf makes it a major trans-shipment hub on the East-West trade route. As a member of the GCC, Oman benefits from regional trade policies, customs regulations and the integration of national and regional transport corridors."
"Oman’s location on 2 major international shipping routes which are within two weeks of some of the world’s major ports."
"Oman’s logistics sector is on an upward growth mode and is poised to grow by 7 per cent given the present momentum of growth is maintained"
"Oman’s strategic location, suggests huge potential for trade acceleration"
"Oman ranks on the 43rd position in Logistics Performance Index (LPI)"
"Strategically located free zones in Sohar, Duqm, Salalah and Al Mazunah."
"Sophisticated road network linking ports, free zones, airports and industrial estates."
"By 2020 the logistics sector is targeted to employ 80,000 people and handle over 10 million TEU"
"Oman plans to spend OMR 2 billion to finish infrastructure work in the Duqm free zone by 2020. It will include a port, airport, an oil refinery & other facilities."
Sultanate of Oman is the third largest country in the Arabian Peninsula. It borders the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the West and the United Arab Emirates in the North East. The country has been experiencing rapid progress over the past 47 years under the visionary leadership of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said. The Sultanate’s continued economic growth has also effectively resulted in the development of industrial, manufacturing and infrastructure sector.