- Latest edition of Project Qatar will introduce a first-of-its-kind ‘Qatari Industries’ zone with a focus on supporting local manufacturers
- Qatar’s Industrial Manufacturing sector experiences rapid growth, with the metal and steel sector having 179 factories with 291 products by the end of 2022
Held Under the patronage of His Excellency Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani, the Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the State of Qatar from 29 May to 1 June 2023 in DECC, Project Qatar 2023 will be putting special emphasis on promoting Qatar’s Industrial Manufacturing sector to a large global audience. The 19th edition of the flagship event will showcase the national manufacturers’ products to over thousands of visitors, further boosting the country’s industrial growth.
Project Qatar 2023 will highlight the country’s major advancements in the Industrial Manufacturing sector. The sector has experienced rapid growth over the years, as more factories are introduced each year. By the end of 2022, the building materials and chemical products industry had 281 factories producing 392 products, the metal and steel sector had 179 factories producing 291 products, and the recycling industry had 135 factories producing 215 goods.
Haidar Mshaimesh, General Manager, IFP Qatar said: “Qatar strives to look beyond its borders and promote the export of its goods to international markets, to promote growth in the industrial sector. In line with this vision, Project Qatar 2023 will introduce Qatar’s Industrial Manufacturing sector to the event’s global audience with the goal of extending the reach and promoting the goods of national manufacturers. As a trade event with the highest number of international attendees in the country, the flagship exhibition serves as an ideal launchpad to the neighbouring regional markets.”
“One of our greatest assets is the sheer volume of international participation. Moreover, numerous foreign businesses looking for business opportunities in the country have been welcomed by Project Qatar over the years. As a result, we are confident that this year’s edition will also provide stakeholders with a great opportunity to connect and network, in order to ensure long-term growth and build strategic partnerships,” he added.
The top exhibiting profiles of Project Qatar 2023 will include Construction Technologies and Services, Interior Design and Finishing, Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC), Stone Tech, and PMV Series, along with several other key pillars in the development of the construction sector in Qatar. The latest edition of the exhibition will also introduce new dedicated zones and activities to support the evolving demands of the Qatar market and its clients. New conference topics, certified training sessions, and workshops will also be launched in an effort to ensure the continued growth of all construction industry professionals of the country.
Project Qatar, which has had 18 previous successful editions, has attracted the most exhibitors of any business event in Qatar and is known for bringing together local and international companies. One of the event’s greatest strengths is also the active participation of government institutions, who consistently attend and speak about the biggest projects and newest trends taking place in Qatar, demonstrating the event’s high credibility and reputation.