Event Name Ecobuild Southeast Asia 2017
Region Asia
Location Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
Dates Apr.12, 2017 ~ Apr.14, 2017
Exhibitors
Visitors
Website http://www.ecobuildsea.com/

WHY VISIT ?

UBM Malaysia is organizing Ecobuild Southeast Asia 2017 which will be held in conjunction with International Construction Week 2017, the 17th installment of the region’s biggest trade event for the construction industry. The events are hosted by local authority Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB), therefore the events receive strong support from government ministries and leading industry associations. 

This year new theme of “ Towards Enhancing Quality and Safety in Construction”  Ecobuild SEA 2017 is an excellent platform for visitors to source for the best solutions that the Construction Industry has to offer. A great opportunity to meet up with world renowned companies and explore lucrative opportunities in the Construction Market.

These events are expected to attract more than 15,000 attendees from around the world, to engage in activities and to interact with the key industry players.

Booths and visitors at Ecobuild Southeast Asia in previous years.(All photos courtesy of UBM Malaysia)


WHAT DO YOU EXPECT FROM ECOBUILD SEA 2017 ? 

New theme:   “TOWARDS ENHANCING QUALITY & SAFETY IN CONSTRUCTION”  

More exhibitors ; More products ; More features ; More oversea pavilion ; More industry important players ;  Bigger scale ; Meet more local authorities  

WHY MALAYSIA ?  

CONSTRUCTION -  PRIME ECONOMIC MOVER IN MALAYSIA 

The Ministry of Works, through the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) Malaysia has developed the Construction Industry Transformation Programme (CITP) to empower and strengthen the construction industry as outlined in the thrusts of the 11th Malaysia Plan. 

Reporters trying to take photos of ministers and government officials visiting the Ecobuild Southeast Asia in previous years.

The construction industry is recognized as a prime economic mover in Malaysia and is projected to remain robust in 2016 with high investments in infrastructure projects from both the public and private sectors. This will continue to grow by at least 10.3 percent annually in contributing approximately RM 327 billion (US $73.64 billion) or 5.5% of GDP by 2020.

The CITP which sets important goals and milestones to bring Malaysia’s construction industry to the next level aims to transform the construction industry. As such, the CITP offers tremendous opportunities to increase the reach, effectiveness and comprehensiveness of training and development to raise it to world class levels which will benefit all industry players. In addition to this, the CITP’s aspiration to increase productivity encompasses enhancing knowledge content by increasing the quality of human capital and accelerating capabilities and capacities in building SMEs as well as reducing the mismatch between labor and supply. 

SHOW HIGHLIGHTS

»   Energy Efficiency Malaysia ( EEM ) 
»   ASEAN Solar 2017
»   Ecolight ASEAN 2017
»   Construction Career Fair ( CCF )

»   Conferences with CDP Points

»   Free-To-Attend Seminars

»   Learning Hub 

»   Multiple Pavilion 

Ecobuild Southeast Asia 2017 logo.

Exhibitor Profile

Government procurers, Developers, Architects, Wholesalers & retailers, Consultants, Contractors, Designers, Manufacturers, Planners, Architects

Product Profile 

Aggregates, Air-conditioning & Purification, Building Completion, Building Materials, Building Services & Management Building Structures, Building Systems, Cladding Systems, Concrete, Doors and Windows, Energy Management Systems, External Works & Products, Finishing Products & Materials, Fittings, Interior Design, IT and Software, Lighting, Professional Services, Renewable Energy, Roofing Systems, Timber, Waste Management Products & Solutions, Water Management & Efficiency, Water Recycling & Saving 

Contact us

For more information, kindly contact (603) 2176 8788, email ecobuild-sea@ubm.com or visit www.ecobuildsea.com.

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