Consolis Egypt main sponsors the 20th round of Inter Build Egypt 2013 running from 20-24June at the Cairo International Conference Centre (CICC).
The first participation of Consolis Egypt (ECPC) in InterBuild 2013 exhibition has been a success on account of the numerous visits of participating companies and visitors.“Despite the political turmoil plaguing the country, our active participation in the real estate conferences and exhibitions accentuate our expansion strategy in the Egyptian market,” said Tamer Fouad, senior business development manager at Consolis- ECPC.
“Following our hugely successful experience at Cityscape Egypt, Interbuild is regarded as a great opportunity for communicating with the participating market players in the building materials industry, and to introduce our company’s unique products” added Tamer Fouad.
Consolis Egypt – Egyptian Company for Prestressed Concrete (ECPC) is a leading manufacturer of prefabricated concrete products, providing comprehensive solutions for building and infrastructure projects. With its extensive experience, Consolis Egypt offers a wide range of products and services, including project study/design, implementation, fabrication, and assembly, in addition to the production and installation of “pipes” in around EGP 500 million worth mega projects. Consolis Group operates over 170 factories/plants in 25 countries with a workforce of 30,000 professional engineers and workers.
In addition to the infrastructure of mega projects including bridges, tunnels, metro lines, railway sleepers (ties), precast walls, and prefabricated architectural units. Consolis also provides more than 200 Architectural Concrete Finishes to suit different project budgets.
For the first time in Egypt, the company produces a new line of production for urban furniture and landscaping products including many concrete solutions for gardens, seats, bus stations, umbrellas, and mobile bathrooms. Furthermore, all Consolis Egypt products are sustainable and eco-friendly to save energy and project operating costs.