stone, ceramic, steel, aluminum, ceramic tile, floor and carpet, artificial lawn, building boards, paving materials, wood, glass, glue, paint, wall paper and wall panel inlay;
Building materials hardware and tools:
steel pipe, sanitary hardware accessories, doors and Windows and accessories, hardware accessories, valves, fasteners, nail screen, hardware tools, power tools, flux, site protection equipment, etc.
indoor lighting, outdoor lighting, wire and cable, etc.
faucet, water heater, mesa, conduit, water meter, electricity meter, eat hutch things, closes tool, bathroom ark, shower room, bath crock;
interior furniture, interior decoration materials, home decoration, etc.
metal processing equipment, glass machinery, construction machinery, construction site facilities, etc.
Saudi Building & Interiors Exhibition is organized by KAC International Exhibition Group Limited and has been successfully held for 28 years. Over the years, the exhibition has been widely paid attention to by professionals and pursued by various media. Every year, the exhibition will become a procurement event for building materials suppliers and related industry personnel in the Middle East.
From March 18 to 21, 2019, the 28th Saudi Building & Interiors Exhibition was successfully held, attracting more than 880 exhibitors from 16 countries, including China, Italy, Egypt, Malaysia, Thailand, Turkey and UAE, with a total exhibition area of 20,000 square meters. The four-day event attracted more than 28,000 professional buyers from 12 countries in the Middle East, with a turnover of $218 million.
Saudi Arabia, as the largest oil producing country in the Middle East, has an amazing consumption capacity and is the largest end consumer market in the Middle East. As much as 60% of the Middle East imported commodities are consumed in Saudi Arabia. Compared with mature markets such as Europe, the United States and southeast Asia, it can better guarantee the profits of exporters. Thanks to weak local industry, 95% of its output is imported. Although Saudi Arabia engaged in building materials and interior decoration materials manufacturers continue to increase, but the Saudi government and the private sector have launched large infrastructure projects, the influence of domestic building materials market, significantly increased demand for cement, marble and ceramic tile, a lot of building materials and interior decoration materials are dependent on imports, construction machinery is totally dependent on imports. As the largest demander in the Middle East, the market vitality cannot be underestimated.
Saudi Arabia’s population has exceeded 34 million by 2018 and is expected to grow from 34 million to 47 million by 2020. Saudi Arabia needs 3 million new homes by 2025, or 330,000 a year, according to the country’s housing ministry. At present, the ministry of housing is operating a total of 187 housing projects, 233,651 units, of which 95 projects are in the design stage, 25 projects are in the issuing stage and 67 projects are in the implementation stage. Jeddah’s city government will spend $400 billion over the next decade to build 200 skyscrapers on 10 main streets, 30 of which are expected to be completed in three years.
The total number of planned and ongoing projects in Saudi Arabia is expected to exceed 3.75 trillion riyals (about $1 trillion), covering transportation, infrastructure, education, health care, as well as road, rail and airport renovation. In recent years, the Saudi government has ramped up spending on livelihood, allocating 630 billion riyals ($168 billion) in the 2015 budget for infrastructure such as transport. At present, the major infrastructure projects in Saudi Arabia mainly include: Riyadh metro project, Dammam, mecca and Haramain railway project, Riyadh and Jeddah international airport expansion and upgrading project, etc. The construction of these projects will certainly bring greater demand and business opportunities to the construction industry.