Power solution: Exhibitors negotiate orders worth over Rs100m
KARACHI: Exhibitors have negotiated the orders worth over Rs 100 million for power solution at the 15th International Exhibition for the Energy Industry, POGEE-2017, concluded here on Thursday.
The exhibitors from over two dozen countries have shown their satisfaction and hoped for a bigger business in future shows by virtue of Pakistanís growing market. Chinese manufacturers were the busiest dealers on the penultimate day of the three-day extravaganza as they offered cheaper technology in wind and solar power sector. Most number of trade inquiries and orders were negotiated in solar power sector besides supply of power components.
Majority of the foreign exhibitors from China, Germany, Italy, Canada, Denmark, Egypt, France, Hong Kong, Switzerland, Poland, Japan, Pakistan, Singapore, the USA, Australia, South Korea, the UK, Japan, Slovakia, Belgium, Malaysia, Spain, Poland, Taiwan, Thailand, Sweden and Netherlands have displayed their state-of-the-art power tools and components. Chief Organizer, Aamer Khanzada said that majority of the orders were for energy conservation and cheaper resources of power generation through B2B meetings. The exhibition has provided an opportunity to bring together the international business professionals and the leading local industry players to exchange their technical and business expertise in a highly focused B2B environment to acquaint the local industry with the latest developments in the world wide oil gas and energy sector.
POGEE-2017 featuring a highly focused conference program that was aimed at bringing in South Asia particularly Pakistanís energy industry into the limelight. The jurists have declared Sui Southern Gas Companyís stall as the best and most attractive stall in the exhibition.
Ceremony of awards distribution has also been held at the Convention Center of Karachi Expo Center wherein power and gas sectorís most progressive companies were given awards in various fields.
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