BUILDEX has always provided the best platform in the region for construction and building companies to capitalize on the active and promising Syrian market, specifically by facilitating productive interaction between suppliers, manufacturers, buyers, importers, engineers, consultants, and decision makers from Syria and around the globe.
The International Exhibition for Construction – BUILDEX, one of the region’s oldest exhibitions specialized in construction and building materials sector, succeeded in enforcing its presence amongst international exhibitions. It is recognized among the major events in the Middle East and North Africa region that cater to the industry, and it became the main gateway for many international companies targeting Syrian and neighboring markets.
In its previous edition, BUILDEX hosted 320 of leading local and international brands from more than 21 countries, in addition to the most important public entities related to the construction and infrastructure sectors, The participants noted the comfortable atmosphere and the high standard of organization of the exhibition, praising the quality of specialized visitors from Syria, neighboring countries, and internationals, which highlights the superiority of the exhibition and its position of leadership in the domain of construction exhibitions in the region.
A comprehensive B2B program was provided for all international participants, enabling these participants to network with selected private and public entities based on their specific requests or on our International B2B Program that matches companies based on common interest.
“ I was amazed by the high levels of preparation, implementation and organization of the exhibition which competes with international exhibitions ”
Eng. Mohammad NajiOtri - Syrian Prime Minister
“ The importance of BUILDEX relays in its being, it represents a natural reflection of the growth of the main economic sectors in Syria. The values of business contracts signed during BUILDEX are higher than those signed last year ”
Mr. Abdullah Al Dardari, Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs of Syria