Istanbul Water Expo 2018

Date
2018-03-01 - 2018-03-03
Exhibitors
200
Attendees
3677
Event contact title
Event Director
Event contact first name
Tülin
Event contact last name
Bozkurt
Email
tulin.bozkurt@ite-turkey.com
Event contact telephone number
+90 212 291 83 10
Description

IWE Istanbul Water Expo showcase the latest technologies and developments in sustainable utilization of water resources, water management, water and wastewater treatment and reuse of water.

Attendee information
Visitor Profile: Manufacturing Industry Food and Beverage Textile and Leather Pharmaceutical Paper and Cardboard Ceramic, Glass, Cement Steel & Iron Chemicals & Petrochemicals, Paint Energy, Oil and Gas Plastic, Rubber, Packaging Mining, Minerals, Natural Stone Livestock and Feed Industry Cosmetics, Personal & Home Care Metalworking, Surface Treatment Automotive, Spare Parts Machinery and Equipments Organized Industrial Zones Government and Municipalities Water and Sewage Utilities Military and Public Engineering, Contracting, Construction Architecture and Town Planning Health Institutions, Laboratories Hotels, Hospitality Research, Consultancy, Supervision Finance and Leasing Scientific and Educational Institutions
Exhibitor information
Why Exhibit: The only “Water Expo” of a consistently growing market. Incentives to encourage Private Public Partnership and Private Sector Participation in environmental investments EU, Public and Private funding for new and rehabilitation projects Laws and legislations comply with EU standarts Accelerated economic growth and increase of national financial resources Potential for self-financing for utilities projects Strong environmental NGOs on decision making steps Chance to showcase the latest products and Technologies to potential clients Create new distribution channels in Turkey and neighbouring countries Meet public and private sector investors, policy makers and stakeholder

Partner Voices

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