Concurrently running with IMTEX Oman
MEP Conference
17-18 September
Golden Tulip, Muscat
MEP Oman 2012 will be the Sultanate’s first ever event focusing on Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) technology and services.
Senthil Kumar
Deputy General Manager
Bahwan Engineering Company
Dr. Muthukumar Ramaswamy
Technical Expert- Royal Estates
Royal Court Affairs
Rami al Khalil
President Elect
ASHRAE Falcon Chapter
Joe Tatler
Professional Development Manager
Institution of Mechanical Engineers
Sultan Al Maskri
Director- Senior Fire Engineer
Tenable Fire Engineering Consultancy
Prekerthi Panikar
Head of Department- Education and Professional Development
Caledonian College of Engineering
Ahmed Al Mazrouy
General Manager
Majan Electricity Company
Eng. Mussallam Mohammed Al-Shahri
Assistant CEO- Operations
Public -Establishment for Industrial Estates
Karl Butler
Principal Mechanical Engineer, WS Atkins International
Steve Band
Commercial Manager- MEP
Samer Tamimi
Vice President Abu Dhabi Operations
Hill International.
Anil Pulsey
Head of MEP Etihad Towers
Hill International
MEP Conference program

Welcome to IMTEX Oman 2012

In the past few decades, the Sultanate of Oman has made rapid strides in industrial growth. Embarking on a new phase of progress for the industrial sector, the country is exploring all avenues to surge ahead and establish its reputation as an industrial leader in the region.

This has created an unparalleled demand for a wide range of technical knowhow, machineries, tools, hardware and spare parts for the manufacturers and entrepreneurs in Oman.

The Industrial Machinery, Tools, Hardware and Equipments Exhibition (IMTEX Oman 2012) , the premier show in the Sultanate, will focus on the complete range of equipments and products used by the various industries and entrepreneurs. The globally acclaimed lead players of machineries and tools and the vibrant industrial sector of the middle-east region will show case their brands and products at IMTEX Oman 2012 .

MEP Conference

With the Middle East market for MEP (Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing) products and services set to boom on the back of a revived construction industry, MEP Oman 2012 will explore the challenges and review the solutions and best practices available to enhance quality and performance of MEP projects in Oman.

A recent report by Frost and Sullivan predicted that the Middle East market would be worth US $22.44 billion by 2013, nearly twice the 2008 figure. It reports that electrical services accounted for 43.2% of the overall MEP sector, while mechanical represents 37.6% and plumbing 19.2%. Traditionally, developments in the commercial, residential, hospitality and infrastructure segments have been the main drivers behind MEP products in the region. The number of MEP projects in the Sultanate has increased since 2006 and will continue to do so as the government is investing over US $ 25.5 billion on construction projects during its Eighth Five-Year National Development Plan (2011-2015).

MEP Oman 2012 will be the Sultanate’s first ever event focusing on Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) technology and services. At MEP Oman 2012, public and private developers of residential, commercial, institutional and industrial buildings, as well as transport, tourism, healthcare and education facilities will gather alongside MEP consultants, contractors and material suppliers to discuss ongoing and future MEP projects in Oman, exchange best practices to deliver on-time and within budget quality MEP projects and learn about the latest solutions to improve building performance and sustainability
Under the patronage of

Ministry of Commerce and Industry
Supporting Organisations
Media Partners

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