Algeria's 8th International Trade Fair on Renewable and Conventional Energy, Energy Efficiency, Electrical Engineering, Lighting and Automation May 18 - 20, 2014 Palais des Expositions d'Alger
The 8th edition of Algeria’s International Trade Fair on Renewable and Conventional Energy, Energy Efficiency, Electrical Engineering, Lighting and Automation has been scheduled for 18 to 20 May 2014 at the Palais des Expositions d'Alger-Safex. Algeria’s major energy and electrical engineering event is organised by the German-Algerian trade fair specialists fairtrade.
The German-Algerian Chamber of Industry and Commerce - AHK Algeria and fairtrade intensify their cooperation. This has been agreed between their managing directors in December 2013. The two partners cooperate on offering opportunities to German and Algerian exhibitors and sponsors and on conferences accompanying the events as well as on public relations.
Exclusivity was agreed: AHK Algeria will accompany no further exhibitions in the energy and electrical engineering field during the term of the contract. Says the managing director of the AHK Algeria, Dr. Christoph J. Partsch: “The German-Algerian team of fairtrade already organizes professional trade fairs in Algeria since 2001 and has long been perceived as a synonym for German trade fair quality here. We are very pleased to further strengthen cooperation with fairtrade and to support the fairs with our expertise in Algeria." fairtrade's managing director Martin März adds: "We expect further synergies to the benefit of our exhibitors and trade visitors from the expertise of the AHK in its areas of competence Industry & Automotive and Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency.”
Organised with the participation of the Algerian Ministry of Energy and Mines, the Ministry of Planning, Environment and City Development and of the Sonelgaz Group, electro, automation & energy 2013 was a real success for both, exhibitors and visitors alike.
Indeed, during the show days, the event gathered 1,637 registered industry professionals and 46 top quality exhibitors from 9 countries.
The event takes place on the background of continuously increasing Algerian imports of electro-technology (in billion EURO)
Algerian imports of power and electro-technology continuously increase, from 2.678 billion Euro in 2010 over 3.063 billion Euro in 2011 to 3.219 billion Euro in 2012. France, China, Italy, the USA, Germany and Spain have been the major supplier countries.
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