Sindh govt to showcase projects at IEEEP Fair to invite investment: Nasir

Minister of Energy, Government of Sindh, Syed Nasir Hussain Shah has said that they will showcase their ongoing and upcoming projects across rural and urban Sindh to the international and local visitors and exhibitors at the IEEEP Fair to invite investment and foster joint ventures and partnerships for the country’s economic development.

He was speaking as the chief guest at the soft launching ceremony of the 13th edition of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Pakistan (IEEEP) Fair, which will be held at the Karachi Expo Center in September.

“The provincial Energy Department stands fully committed to supporting this initiative. We will work closely with our support departments in the Investment, Planning, and Development ministries to ensure robust participation and engagement during the fair.

“During the fair, we will establish offices of relevant ministries to engage with international and local visitors and exhibitors. This initiative aims to showcase our ongoing and upcoming projects across rural and urban Sindh, inviting investment and fostering joint ventures and partnerships that will contribute significantly to our economic development,” said Nasir.

He added that the provincial ministry of Energy patronises the IEEEP Fair, demonstrating our commitment to facilitating business-to-government interactions and driving growth in the energy sector.

Engineer Naveed Akram Ansari, Chairman of IEEEP, on the occasion said that the IEEEP Fair annually brings together over 100 local and international companies. This three-day exhibition serves as a pivotal platform for professionals, government officials, and industry leaders to foster collaboration and address the evolving needs of our nation.

Chief Executive Badar Expo Zohair Naseer, in his vote of thanks, said that the purpose of this soft launch was to provide a platform to stakeholders from various sectors, such as Construction, Textile, IT, and others, who play crucial roles in the Electrical and electronics industry.

“We are confident that our new initiatives, including industry seminars and the participation of top electrical and electronic consultants, will elevate knowledge sharing and foster substantial business engagements,” said Zohair.

Additionally, he added that our specially curated networking lounges for ABAD, APTMA, and Sindh Energy Departments will help exhibitors showcase their offerings and explore future business avenues.


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