Location: The Nishat Hotel, Johar Town, Lahore, Pakistan
Dates: 12/11/18 - to - 14/11/18
Current Registration Price $745, €645, £575
Registration Full Price $1035, €895, £795
Through 2017, Pakistan was one of the world’s best performing cement markets and among the top cement exporters in the region. Exporting cement and clinker to more than seventeen countries, Pakistan occupies a key geographic and geopolitical position in South Asia between Central Asia, Western China and the Indian Ocean, with connections to the GCC and East Africa.
Pakistan's rapidly developing economy is due both to its strong demographics, with a young, ambitious and urbanising population, and also to the key role that the country will play in the realisation of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s ‘One Belt One Road Policy’ (OBOR) that is driving infrastructure growth and investment as part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The country is already seeing the benefits of the policy and has witnessed strong domestic demand which has led to further investment in the sector and increased capacity in both the North and South. The strength of the Pakistani industry has also allowed a number of leading players including Lucky Cement and DG Khan to open new, international operations in Central Asia and Africa, while at the same time adding new capacity (upwards of 7 MTPA) at home.
INTERCEM Lahore will bring delegates the latest news, reports and forecasts for both domestic and international markets with leading experts sharing their insight on the prospects for Pakistan, Afghanistan, South Asia, China, East Africa and the Indian Ocean.
Alongside this market-leading programme, delegates will have unsurpassed networking opportunities to meet with thought leaders and decision makers from across the region, and the opportunity to visit our extensive conference exhibition of equipment and service providers.
Taking place with the support of the APCMA and the cement industry in Pakistan, INTERCEM Lahore will be a groundbreaking event for the international cement sector, as representatives from across the globe gather for the country's first major international cement conference.