The fourth Pak Water & Energy Expo (PWE), exhibition& conference will be held on 5-7th November, 2019 at expo centre Karachi. Over 60 companies from Turkey, China, Germany, Spain, Taiwan, and Malaysia and within Pakistan will exhibit their latest technology and products at more than 100 stalls during the event. Organizers are expecting around 40 million business ventures during this exhibition.
Pak water and energy expo 2019 is the only and proactive platform for water and energy industry. This expo offers all exciting business opportunities to exhibitors to showcase their products and technologies as well as trade visitors from water and energy industry to interact under one roof.
The PWE is managed by Prime Event Management. It is fourth edition and being held third time in Karachi. Last exhibition was held in Lahore and had tremendous response from the exhibitors and was well visited by a large number of visitors from the industries, told by Kamran Abbasi, Director Prime Event in a statement here on Thursday.
The event is exclusively focused on water and energy as both are crucial elements of every plant utilities and equally important for the sustainable economic developments, wellbeing of public and prosperity of the country, he underlined.
Kamran Abbasi told that exhibitors will participate from various industries like water technologies, waste water solutions, power generation, transmission and distribution, renewable energy, sustainability and green engineering, automation and instrumentation etc.
We are expected a large number of corporate visitors from sectors including power generation, beverage industries, builders and contractors, chemical plants, distillery/brewery units, diaries and milk producers, educational establishments, environmental establishments, engineering organizations, environmental consultants, environmental protection agency, fertilizer manufacturers, food processing units and many more, he added.
He further said that this exhibition provides excellent opportunities to all water professionals and stakeholders to keep themselves abreast of the latest advancements in their particular fields and augment their knowledge by exchanging views and experiences with their colleagues. Arranging such exhibition will yield fruitful results and provide a platform for the interaction among all the stakeholders, he maintained.
Kamran Abbasi was of the view that there is a dire need of not only imparting the awareness about importance of efficient water distribution and treatment but also to treat waste water and make it reusable for other non potable activities.