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Ecobuild Southeast Asia 2017

Ecobuild Southeast Asia 2017
EVENT TITLE Ecobuild Southeast Asia 2017
ORGANIZER United Business Media (M) Sdn Bhd
DATE 12 - 14 April 2017
TIME 10AM - 5:30PM
VENUE Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC)
LOCATION Kuala Lumpur
EMAIL ecobuild-sea@ubm.com
Website http://www.ecobuildsea.com/


ECOBUILD SOUTHEAST ASIA 2017 & INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION WEEK 2017

Ecobuild SEA & ICW 2017 are the leading construction events for Southeast Asia specifiers in the built environment and energy market. Attracting over 10,000 industry professionals, senior level decision makers and influencers from architects and developers to local government and major infrastructure clients.

'TOWARDS ENHANCING QUALITY & SAFETY IN CONSTRUCTION'

The 2017 the event will focus on 'Quality and Safety' to reflect the importance of improving quality and safety in construction to keeping up with industry growth. It will also showcase market priorities such as building, housing, infrastructure, technology and innovation, and exploring sustainability as a driver to innovation and growth, a catalyst for regeneration and as a way for organisations to do better business.

WHY EXHIBIT 

ALL UNDER ONE ROOF 
 
FIVE DAYS, FOUR HIGHLIGHTS, THREE EVENTS, TWO HALLS, ONE VENUE 
 
Ecobuild Southeast Asia is the leading event for sustainable design, construction, energy and the built environment.   
 
The Ministry of Works through the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) proactively formulated the Construction Industry Transformation Program (CITP) to address the expectations of the national agenda in order to support the thrusts and strategies of the 11th Malaysia Plan. The CITP  sets important goals and milestones to bring Malaysia’s Construction industry to the next level. 
 
Let Ecobuild SEA help you to achieve your business objectives! Secure your place now and contact us. 
 
Malaysia Construction Industry is going to be different 
 
The construction industry is recognised 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 drive double-digit growth in the industry and is expected to grow by at least  10.3 percent annually in contributing approximately RM327 billion or 5.5 per cent of the GDP by 2020.

10 REASONS TO EXHIBIT 

»   Strong support by local authority Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB) which will gather the construction industry big players and senior decision maker
»   Allow you to develop strong relationships with government ministries and leading industry associations
»   To a gateway to enter the leading Southeast Asia construction and energy market.
»   To strengthen your bond with existing partners  
»   To generate global business with quality and serious buyers
»   To showcase your products and services to the entire built environment supply chain
»   To align your brand with the latest industry trends and topics
»   To stand out from competitors and reinforce your commitment to the marketplace
»   To launch your latest innovations to a captive and relevant audience
»   To be part of ICW and Ecobuild’s extensive marketing & PR campaign

Check out the numbers of Ecobuild SEA 2016

»   Total number of  127 exhibitors from 8 countries and regions (+28% to 2015)
»   Participating countries : Malaysia, Singapore, China, Canada, Hong Kong, Germany, France, Australia
»   66 Forums, conferences, seminars  technology symposium and 5 competitions
»   44 press representative
»   Visitors attendance 12,073 from 63 countries and regions (+15% to 2016) 

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. 
 
The construction industry is recognised 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 or 5.5 per cent of GDP by 2020. 
 
Several high impact projects of the Government’s initiatives under the 11th Malaysia Plan such as the Pan Borneo Highway, Central Spine Road, West Coast Highway, Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit, Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Development (RAPID) and Light Rail Transit 3 (LRT3) have contribute to this growth. 
 
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 labour and supply. 
 
Source: Construction Industry Transformation programme 2016 - 2020 

 
 
Apart from infrastructure projects, the Government plans to make affordable homes available through initiatives such as the Program Bantuan Rumah (PBR), Program Perumahan Rakyat(PPR), Rumah Mesra Rakyat 1Malaysia (RMR1M), Perumahan Rakyat 1Malaysia (PRIMA), Rumah Wilayah Persekutuan (RUMAWIP) and also Perumahan Penjawat Awam 1Malaysia(PPA1M) with 653,000 of these homes to be built for the public.  
 
Malaysia is placed among the world’s top 20 most competitive economies and is ranked the highest among developing countries in Asia. The report measures the ability of over 140 countries to provide quality of life t their citizens. 
 
Source: Opening speech of Ministry Of Work, Dato' Sri Haji Fadillah on International Construction Week 2016 & Ecobuild SEA 2016

 
 
Malaysia maintained its top 20 position among 61 global economies in the latest World Competitiveness Yearbook 2016 (WCY) released by the Institute for Management Development (IMD), Lausanne, Switzerland. Malaysia was ranked 19th, ahead of Finland (20th), Israel (21st), Belgium (22nd), Iceland (23rd), Austria (24th), China (25th), Japan (26th), Czech Republic (27th), Thailand (28th) and South Korea (29th). Within the Asia Pacific region, Malaysia was ranked 6th out of 14 nations. The ranking was based on four principal factors namely, economic performance; government efficiency; business efficiency and infrastructure. 
 
Source: World Competitiveness Yearbook 2016 

 
 
Malaysia is placed among the world’s top 20 most competitive economies and is ranked the highest among developing countries in Asia. The Global Competitiveness Report 2015-2016 assesses the competitiveness landscape of 140 economies, providing insight into the drivers of their productivity and prosperity. The Report series remains the most comprehensive assessment 
of national competitiveness worldwide. 
 
Source: Global Competitiveness Report 2015-2016 
 

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WHY VISIT ?

Ecobuild SEA 2017 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. 
 
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 local authorities 

SHOW HIGHLIGHTS 

»   ENERGY EFFICIENCY MALAYSIA ( EEM ) 
»   ASEAN SOLAR 2017 
»   ECOLIGHT ASEAN 2017
»   CONSTRUCTION CAREER FAIR ( CCF )
»   CONFERENCES
»   SEMINARS
»   SPONSORS SESSIONS 
»   MULTIPLE PAVILION 

Exhibitor Profile

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

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 

EXHIBITORS LIST 2016

The 2017 exhibitor list is not live yet so take a look back at Who Has Joined Us on 2016! 
  • ACOTEC SDN BHD
  • AIMST UNIVERSITY
  • AKADEMI BINAAN MALAYSIA
  • ALI WALIT CONSTRUCTION SDN BHD
  • AL-MADINAH INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
  • ASIA HEADLANDS LIMITED
  • ASIA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION (APU)
  • ASIA ROOFING INDUSTRIES SDN BHD
  • ASSOCIATED CONCRETE PRODUCTS (M) SDN BHD
  • B & I WORLDWIDE SDN BHD
  • BELATI WANGSA (M) SDN BHD
  • BINA INITIATIVES SDN BHD
  • BINA PAINT MARKETING SDN BHD
  • BINATECH
  • BORAL PLATERBOARD (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD
  • BUBBLE DECK CONSTRUCTION SDN BHD
  • BUILDING REVIEW JOURNAL
  • BUSINESS LINK COMMUNICATION SDN BHD 
  • CASTWELL INDUSTRIES (M) SDN BHD
  • CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD MALAYSIA (CIDB)
  • CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD MALAYSIA (CIDB) - IBS
  • CONSTRUCTION LABOUR EXCHANGE CENTRE BERHAD (CLAB)
  • CONSTRUCTION RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF MALAYSIA (CREAM)
  • DAYA CMT SDN BHD
  • DURALITE (M) SDN BHD
  • ECOLOO GREENTECH MALAYSIA SDN. BHD.
  • ECS ASTAR SDN BHD
  • EP GREENTEC (M) SDN BHD
  • EXIM BANK
  • FARO INDUSTRIES (M) SDN BHD
  • FLOOR DEPOT DISTRIBUTION SDN BHD
  • GADANG ENGINEERING (M) SDN BHD
  • GAMUDA BERHAD
  • GEODELTA SYSTEMS SDN BHD
  • HOCTRADE SDN BHD
  • HUME CONCRETE SDN BHD
  • IFCA SOLUTIONS SDN BHD
  • INFLEXTEC ENGINEERING SDN BHD
  • INFRASTRUCTURE UNIVERSITY KUALA LUMPUR
  • INNOVACIA SDN BHD
  • INTELIBUILD TECHNYX ASIA LTD
  • INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA
  • JABATAN PEMBANGUNAN KEMAHIRAN
  • JABATAN TENAGA MANUSIA, KEMENTERIAN SUMBER MANUSIA
  • K.A. FIREPROOFING PTE LTD
  • KAMAL & KAMAL PEST CONTROL SDN BHD
  • KENCANA PRECAST CONCRETE SDN BHD
  • KLIA PROFESSIONAL & MANAGEMENT COLLEGE
  • KPC MANUFACTURING (M) SDN BHD
  • KUB PRECAST SDN BHD
  • KUDRAT PERKASA SDN BHD
  • LANDASAN REAPLITE
  • LE MOCHA SDN BHD
  • LSK PRECAST SDN BHD
  • MALAYSIA ASSOCIATION FACILITY MANAGEMENT (MAFM)  
  • MALAYSIAN INVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (MIDA)
  • MALAYSIAN PHOTOVOLTAIC INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION (MPIA)
  • MALAYSIAN TIMBER INDUSTRY BOARD (MTIB)
  • MARSHALL CAVENDISH (M) SDN BHD
  • MASS RAPID TRANSIT CORPORATION SDN BHD
  • MASTER BUILDERS ASSOCIATION MALAYSIA (MBAM)
  • McCONNELL DOWELL (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD
  • MEDKLINN INTERNATIONAL SDN BHD
  • MINISTRY OF ENERGY, GREEN TECHNOLOGY AND WATER (KeTTHA)
  • "MINISTRY OF URBAN WELLBEING, HOUSING AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT MALAYSIA
  • (NATIONAL HOUSING DEPARTMENT)"
  • MM DOORS SDN. BHD.
  • MMC CORPORATION BERHAD
  • MP AGENCY
  • NEWPAGES NETWORK SDN BHD 
  • OPEN UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA
  • O-STABLE PANEL SDN BHD
  • OXFORD THINKERS SDN BHD
  • PALMEX INTERNATIONAL INC.
  • PANPAGES ONLINE SDN BHD
  • PAYNT MANUFACTURING AND LABORATORY SDN BHD
  • PERBADANAN PR1MA MALAYSIA
  • PERBADANAN TABUNG PEMBANGUNAN KEMAHIRAN (PTPK)
  • PERCEPTIVE PROFILE SDN BHD
  • PERNIAGAAN YIK SING SDN BHD
  • PERTUBUHAN ARKITEK MALAYSIA
  • "PLY TEC FENCING SYSTEM INDUSTRIES SDN BHD
  • PLY TEC FORMWORK SYSTEM INDUSTRIES SDN BHD"
  • PRIMA LAGUNA SDN BHD
  • PRIMELUX ENERGY SDN BHD
  • PROTASCO BERHAD
  • PU PROFILE SDN BHD
  • RAYSPEED HOLDING SDN BHD
  • RIN D&C CERAMICS SDN BHD
  • ROBERT BOSCH SDN BHD
  • ROOF & FAÇADE PTE LTD
  • ROXSIL SILICONE SDN BHD
  • SAINT-GOBAIN WEBER (M) SDN BHD
  • SEACERA CERAMICS SDN BHD
  • SETIA PRECAST SDN BHD
  • SME BANK
  • SOCIAL SECURITY ORGANISATION (SOCSO)
  • STE INDUSTRIES SDN BHD
  • SUNWAY CONSTRUCTION SDN BHD
  • TASBLOCK (M) SDN BHD
  • TERUS TEBILANG HOLDINGS SDN BHD
  • THE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ASSOCIATION OF MALAYSIA (TEEAM)
  • THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, MALAYSIA
  • THE PLUS COMMUNICATION SDN BHD
  • THE STAR
  • TIMBERDECK SDN BHD
  • TRADE LINK MEDIA PTE LTD 
  • TRANSIENT RESOURCES SDN BHD
  • TWI-ABM TRANING & CERTIFICATION SDN BHD
  • UAC BERHAD
  • UCSI UNIVERSITY
  • UEM GROUP BERHAD
  • UNIVERSITI KEBANGSAAN MALAYSIA (UKM)
  • UNIVERSITI TEKNIKAL MALAYSIA MELAKA (UTeM)
  • UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA - FACULTY CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
  • UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA - FACULTY ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
  • UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI PETRONAS (UTP)
  • UNIVERSITI TUNKU ABDUL RAHMAN (UTAR)
  • UNIVERSITY MALAYA (UM)
  • VODAPRUF PTE LTD
  • WIRA KERJAYA SDN BHD
  • ZACKLIM FLAT FLOOR SPECIALIST SDN BHD
  • ZFH INDUSTRIIES SDN BHD
  • ZHONGSHAN XIONGNA HARDWARE LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY CO.,LTD
 

VISITOR PRE-REGISTRATION - CLICK HERE


sources from: http://www.ecobuildsea.com/

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