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Commex 2010
Hyderabad, India - 9th to 12th December 2010
Exhibition / trade show

Construction Machinery & Materials Expo 2010
COMMEX'10 builds on the overwhelming success of COMMEX'06 and COMMEX'08 which were instrumental in establishing the brand as the main sourcing point for construction machinery and materials in India.

With a plethora of infrastructure development and construction projects in the pipeline and many under execution, demand for quality construction equipment and technology will continue to surge.  The earthmoving and construction equipment industry which is at a watershed in its evolution is chartering a new growth trajectory.

  

Andhra Pradesh occupies a very prominent place in the infrastructure sector and boasts of a number of companies playing a leading role in building India’s infrastructure.  The state ranks second in India in terms of mineral wealth and has about one-third of India’s limestone reserves.  Going by trends in the last couple of years in project investment, many private developers including foreign investors are very keen to invest in Andhra Pradesh.

Given its unique and focused profile, COMMEX’10 would interest everyone associated with the construction industry, especially senior personnel who are involved in strategic decision making.



Date(s):
9th to 12th December 2010

Time(s):
10am to 6pm (GMT +05:30) Bombay, Calcutta, Madras, New Delhi

Venue:
Hitex Exhibition centre

http://www.confairs.com/commex/
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