Saudi diversification to benefit health and safety market

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The 8th Saudi Arabia International Oil & Gas Exhibition (SAOGE) is set to discuss opportunities for the Middle East's health, safety and security market

 

Trade fairs have continually demonstrated that they are one of the most efficient means of marketing and selling products and services. Trade fairs not only place buyer and seller together in a pragmatic setting but allow principles to gather and assess the core fundamentals driving the economy. 

This year sees in the 8th Edition of SAOGE, the Saudi Arabia International Oil and Gas Exhibition, a testament to its place in the Kingdom’s industrial calendar. This year SAOGE will welcome around 100 companies from 25 countries with more than 10,000 visitors coming to attend the show. 

From oil and gas asset upgrades and privatisation to the development of major transport infrastructures, major investments are already underway, creating much excitement in the region.

The core questions investors are now asking include; who will build the facilities and provide the latest technical solutions? Which partners can provide the innovation, logistics, training and products and services needed to realise the investment?

The expertise that the diversification of the Saudi requires could give vast opportunities to the health, safety and security markets. Investors can benefit by the economic shift towards more renewable energy whilst gaining more of the market share across the oil and gas sectors. 

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