Increase in the Polish Construction Industry Economic Climate

Driven by a steadily rising number of investment projects underway and planned, construction companies express slightly more favourable assessments of the economic situation of the market when compared to the findings of a study conducted six months ago. Construction activity is still hampered by numerous market barriers, but more and more… Read more »

bC India 2011: Shaping Up The Indian Construction Industry with Modern Formwork and Scaffolding Systems

Investment in construction in India is expected to rise by ten percent. Interest is particularly high in efficient formwork and scaffolding systems, especially self-climbing formwork systems and slab tableform system formwork. The suppliers and customers in the Indian construction industry will soon have an opportunity to network and conduct business… Read more »

Czech Construction Relatively Stable During the Global Downturn

Last year, although the Czech construction market seemed to be heading for a major contraction, the industry showed some signs of life and the value of the market eventually remained almost unchanged in comparison with the preceding year. When almost all projects which relied on private funds ground to a… Read more »

Balkans: Samoter Attending the 10th Slovenian Road and Transport Congress

The event scheduled at Portorose 20-22 October will focus on the construction of the national motorway system and the future for major works in the Balkans. Samoter will attend the 10th Slovenian Road and Transport Congress, the most important event in the Balkans dedicated to infrastructures, constructions and major works… Read more »

Objective North Africa, a Market Worth More than 30 Billion Euros

The development policies adopted by governments in the area envisage massive investments in infrastructures and tourism. The construction of more than 1 million homes is scheduled. North Africa is a market experiencing net growth and the development policies adopted by governments in the area envisage major investments in infrastructures –… Read more »

Samoter Successfully Continues its Programme of  Attendance at the Main International Sector  Events

The Veronese exhibition dedicated to building and construction machinery is increasingly becoming a landmark for companies and entrepreneurs An intense calendar envisages attendance at exhibitions and events in the construction and building sector with the objective of promoting business opportunities on the most interesting markets and to establish Samoter as… Read more »

EU-Financed Projects Will Spur  Demand for Cement in Central Europe

With residential and non-residential construction still subdued, cement producers in Central Europe are hoping that infrastructure upgrade investments co-financed with EU sources will help the industry in the challenging times. There are nearly 40 cement plants located in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia, with a total… Read more »

Demand for Construction Machinery to Soar as Huge Regional Development Continues

Fourth edition of Big 5 PMV to draw top manufacturers and suppliers looking to capitalise on Middle East construction growth Demand for construction machinery in the Middle East is set to soar as the construction industry recovers from the economic downturn and the region forges ahead with major development. According… Read more »

Vietnamese Infrastructure Boom Spurs ConBuild Vietnam 2010 Growth

Showcasing in Hanoi over the period 1-4 December 2010, ConBuild Vietnam will put exhibitors in right place at the right time. Singapore 16 September 2010 The enormous growth in Vietnam ’s construction sector, fuelled by a massive programme of infrastructure development along with private sector investment both local and overseas,… Read more »

Stable Economic Climate in the Polish Construction Industry

Despite a harsh winter and the related work stoppages at construction sites, construction companies express slightly higher assessments of the current market situation when compared to the findings of six months ago. Even though construction activity is still hampered by numerous barriers, many companies identify some factors which have a… Read more »