3-Days “ICCI Pakistan Property, Housing and Construction Expo 22” starts today at Pak-China Friendship Centre, Islamabad
Islamabad, September 08, 2022 (PPI-OT):The Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry is organizing a national level 3-days “ICCI Pakistan Property, Housing and Construction Expo 22”, which is starting today (Sep: 9) at Pak-China Friendship Centre and will continue till Sep: 11, 2022. The Ministry of Housing and Works and Naya Pakistan Housing Authority are supporting ICCI in this initiative. The main purpose of organizing the Expo is to revive the economy by boosting the housing and construction sector activities.
A large number of companies from the property, housing and construction sector are participating in the Expo to exhibit their projects. All allied industries including steel, marble, cement, construction machinery, sanitary ware, electrical work, paints, hardware, ceramic tiles and different items, solar systems, wood flooring, interior design products, kitchen accessories etc. and stakeholders are also participating in the Expo to increase the brand exposure of their high quality products. The Expo is expected to attract a large number of people on a daily basis. Many dignitaries including the federal ministers and diplomats have been invited to visit the Expo.
Muhammad Shakeel Munir, President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry in his message encouraged the people of the twin cities and surrounding areas to visit the Expo during the 3-days as it provides them an excellent opportunity to see the property, housing and construction projects of their choice at one platform. He said that the construction industry plays a vital role in the economic development of a country as its stimulates the business of over 70 allied industries. He said that the construction industry has reportedly contributed over PKR 1400 billion to the GDP of Pakistan in 2021 and hoped that the ICCI Expo would help further boost its business activities and contribute to revive the economy.
Jamshaid Akhtar Sheikh Senior Vice President and Muhammad Faheem Khan Vice President ICCI said that Pakistan is facing huge shortage of housing units to meet the needs of its rising population and stressed that the government should focus on construction industry to address this key issue and revive the business and economic activities in the country.
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Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI)
Chamber House, Aiwan-e-Sanat-o-Tijarat Road,
Mauve Area, G-8/1, Islamabad, Pakistan
Tel: +92-51-2250526, 2253145, 8432676
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