Welcome to INFRASTRUCTURE LIBYA - the International Exhibition & Conference for Libya's Rebuilding Programme to be held under the Patronage of Libya's Ministry of Planning.
Following the success of Infrastructure Libya 2012, plans for the 5th event in this series, Infrastructure Libya 2013, are set for 22/25 April 2013 at the Tripoli International Fairground.
A new wave of optimism is now prevalent in Libya after the country's new democratically elected Prime Minister, Ali Zeidan, nominated the ministers to form his new government at the beginning of November 2012. The new General National Congress (GNC) will have powers to announce strategic plans for Libya's economic future and to release budgets for public sector spending to modernise the country's oil/gas and infrastructure sectors. This in turn will stimulate private sector growth on an unprecedented scale.
Priorities across all sectors including building & construction; public works & municipal engineering; transport & communications; power & electricity; water & environment; and safety & security will throw up huge US$multi-billion opportunities for the international export community.
The 2012 edition of Infrastructure Libya and its co-located exhibition Oil & Gas Libya, attracted over 4,500 business visitors who met with 197 international exhibitors from 24 countries including national pavilions from Egypt, France, Netherlands and Turkey. 92% of exhibitors achieved their participation objectives and are looking to return to Infrastructure Libya 2013 in order to maintain the momentum of their market development. The exhibition was organised in consultation with the Libya National Transitional Council and under the patronage of Libya's Ministry of Planning.
Be part of Libya's economic generation which will embrace the expansion, upgrading and modernisation of its vital infrastructure and make your plans now to participate in Infrastructure Libya 2013.