Visa reforms, foreign investment helping international HVAC companies target Saudi

“This has not gone unnoticed by big players abroad," said events director Roni El Haddad.

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Countries represented at the event will include Turkey, China, Bahrain, Malaysia, Mexico, South Korea, and the Netherlands.
Countries represented at the event will include Turkey, China, Bahrain, Malaysia, Mexico, South Korea, and the Netherlands.

Recent reforms in visa, foreign investment and business ownership options are helping international companies to pinpoint Saudi Arabia as a trade frontier for their products and services, according to HVAC R Expo Saudi organisers dmg events.

Event director, Roni El Haddad, said: “By updating a number of integral business incentives, Saudi Arabia has made clear its wish to welcome international suppliers into the Kingdom.

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“This has not gone unnoticed by big players abroad, and we are delighted to report that over 30 new international companies have joined the pool of current exhibitors at this years’ event.

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“The fact that more than 50% of HVAC R systems required in the GCC over the next decade are expected to be installed in Saudi Arabia, make this the perfect time for the Kingdom to open its doors and to capitalise on new business partnerships.”

HVAC R Expo Saudi will run from 11-13 February 2020 at Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Centre, and is expected to host over 80 local and international exhibiting brands.

Countries represented at the event will include Turkey, China, Bahrain, Malaysia, Mexico, South Korea, and the Netherlands.

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