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    POSITION YOURSELF FOR SRI LANKA’S MARKET REBOUND – BOOK  YOUR BOOTH AT LANKABUILD 2021 EXPO
     
    LANKABUILD 2021 - Sri Lanka's International Building, Construction and M&E Exhibition announces the introduction of the SPECIAL ECONOMIC RECOVERY PACKAGE as a no risk incentive for Malaysian and International companies to participate in the Expo. This Package will offer suppliers an excellent opportunity to plan their marketing efforts in time with the expected recovery of the industry sectors in 2021.

Scheduled for 5-7 August 2021 at the Sri Lanka Exhibition & Convention Centre (SLECC), Colombo, this event aims to deliver value to exhibitors and visitors alike by bringing in exciting products, machinery, innovations and ideas for Sri Lanka's booming building and construction industry.
     
   
     
    The trade chambers representing the Sri Lankan Construction Industry are optimistic that with the new Government under the Presidency of Gotabaya Rajapaksa and the Premiership of Mahinda Rajapaksa, there will be rapid progress towards the sustainable development Sri Lanka.

According to Dr. Rohan Karunaratne, Chairman Ceylon Institute of Builders, (CCID) and Vice President of CCI (Chamber of Construction Industry Sri Lanka), “The Golden Era of the Sri Lankan Construction Industry was during the time of the President Mahinda Rajapaksa. At that time the growth of the construction industry was at 20%, similar to many well-developed countries in Asia in the year 2014 and construction industry contribution to the Sri Lankan GDP was around 9.6%.

The trade chambers are positive that Sri Lanka would be able to regain the Golden Era in the construction industry.
     
    Take advantage of this good opportunity and book your booth at the LANKABUILD 2021 under the Economic Recovery (ERP) Package!

WHY ERP PACKAGE?
     
   
     
    Contact Ms. Sarah at sarah@ambtarsus.com to register now or learn more about LANKABUILD 2021 ECONOMIC RECOVERY PACKAGE.
     
   
     
     
     
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