Water Africa and West Africa Building & Construction Ghana 2016

2016-06-22 - 2016-06-24
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+44 1902 428766
West Africa Building & Construction Exhibitors will be showing the latest equipment and services in the field of civil engineering construction, building for commercial and industrial use as well as social housing. Water Africa Exhibitors will be showcasing the latest equipment and services in the field of water and wastewater engineering for commercial, industrial use and public use. If your business falls under one of the categories listed below and you would like to expand your international markets then the best investment you can make is to exhibit your products and your services: Water Africa Surface water development Groundwater development Mains distribution and house connections Water treatment Wastewater treatment Water storage Sewerage and urban drainage Irrigation and farm drainage Monitoring and instrumentation Consulting services and training West Africa Building & Construction Reinforcing steel products Formwork and scaffolding Lifting appliances and conveyors Cranes, site lifts and other access equipment Mineral processing equipment Concrete mixing, batching and placing equipment Earthmoving equipment, including excavators, crawlers, graders, dozers, scrapers and loaders Materials handling equipment, forklifts Tunnelling, drilling and piling equipment Compressors and associated equipment Compaction equipment and rollers Road and pavement construction and safety equipment Tools and associated materials Site installations and buildings Quarrying equipment, crushers and building material recycling plant Instrumentation for control, measurement and testing House and commercial building systems House and commercial building materials and fittings Plumbing, heating, fire-prevention and ventilation equipment and fittings Brick and block-making equipment Paints and surface finishes Window frames and glazing

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