There is no doubting the opportunities on offer in Mongolia for technology and services to the mining, construction and energy sectors. The country has vast untapped mineral wealth and an urgent need for modern roads, infrastructure and power supply while most of the long list of projects under way and planned have financing in place from Asian and international banks.
Exhibitors at the recent Mining Mongolia and associated events Building & Construction and Power & Renewable Energy Mongolia 2013 in Ulaanbaatar, witnessed first-hand the considerable energy devoted to road construction in and around the capital Ulaanbaatar and had the opportunity to meet buyers and decision makers from many of the mines and infrastructure projects ranged across this country.
Taking place for the second edition from September 19-21 at the Buyant Ukhaa Sports Palace, Mining Mongolia, Building & Construction and Power and Renewable Energy provided a professional platform for 214 participating companies from 29 countries who had the opportunity to meet 1455 trade visitors. It is the largest exhibition in Mongolia for these industries.
There is a confusing list of locally managed exhibitions and conferences held in Ulaanbaatar these days for the mining and construction sectors, however, only Mining Mongolia in September annually is organized to an international standard and can call on the expertise of the Allworld network responsible for some of Asia’s most influential mining, construction and energy shows including Mining and Construction Indonesia and sister events in Vietnam, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Myanmar.
Mining Mongolia and associated shows Building and Construction and Power and Renewable Energy will return to Mongolia from September 4-6, 2014 and again take place at the Buyant Ukhaa Sports Palace.