یکی از نمایشگاه های برتر صنعت ساخت و ساز در آسیای میانه

تنها نمایشگاه بین المللی ساخت و ساز عمومی در جمهوری ازبکستان که در آن طیف وسیعی از محصولات ، خدمات و تجهیزات ارائه شده است. از ویژگیهای بارز “UzBuild 2020” حضور زیاد ، حمایت وزارتخانه ها و انجمن های کلیدی و همچنین بیشترین تعداد حضور شرکت های کلیدی بین المللی و محلی است.

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پلان نمایشگاه

برگزار کننده :

شرکت نمایشگاه بین المللی Iteca و شرکای آن – ITE Exhibitions & Conferences Ltd و نمایشگاههای ITE Eurasian.

شرکت نمایشگاهی Iteca به دلایل زیر بعنوان رهبر بازار خدمات نمایشگاهی در ازبکستان است:

  • 24 سال تجربه
  • سالانه 20 نمایشگاه در 14 حوزه موضوعی

حامیان رسمی :

  • وزارت ساخت و ساز جمهوری ازبکستان
  • وزارت تجارت و سرمایه گذاری خارجی ازبکستان
  • انجمن Ozsanoatqurilishmateriallari
  • اتاق تجارت و صنعت ازبکستان

The section provides:

  • Concrete and related products
  • Metal/steel/aluminium
  • Wood, plastics and composite materials
  • Building chemicals
  • Construction and interior finishing
  • Sandwich panels
  • Tools and equipment
  • Construction services
  • Roofing

Statistics of the exhibition

20th Anniversary Uzbekistan International exhibition UzBuild Tashkent 2019

27 February – 1 March 2019

NEC, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Organisers: Iteca Exhibitions, ITE Exhibitions & Conferences ltd, ITE Eurasian Exhibitions.

Total floor space: 16 375 sqm (in brutto)

Number of exhibitors 371

Number of unique visitors: 9649

Number of participant countries: 28

UFI Standard Audit Certificate for UzBuild 2019

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نظر مشارکت کنندگان دوره های قبل

This has been our first participation in UzBuild 2019 in Uzbekistan. The organization of the exhibition can be rated as very good. Special thanks for the organized VIP Tour. In general, the exhibition is very large. It demonstrated all the construction industry, ranging from design and finishing materials, to technology. A great number of construction companies were exhibiting their products. I would very much like to see close cooperation between Iteca Exhibitions and Iteca Caspian, and I would like to visit a national stand of Azerbaijan at the next exhibition. Thank you.

Our first day was just great and very effective! There were a lot of visitors. We really liked everything. We have gained many new projects for the future. We hope to start working with new customers after the exhibition having in mind our further prospects of cooperation. As for the scale, this exhibition has been much bigger. We negotiated with many foreign companies. The products of Bektemir Metall Konstruksiyalari were interesting for both visitors and exhibitors, with whom we also exchanged valuable contacts for our cooperation.

This year there were a great number of visitors at UzBuild 2019. We participate in the exhibition for the second year. Last year, at UzBuild 2018, we created a good export customer base, and throughout the year we worked with contacts acquired at the exhibition. We can safely say that the exhibition has helped us a lot to find new customers for exporting our products. Also, I would like to particularly note a very good atmosphere at the exhibition, thanks to the organizers

We are participating in UzBuild for the second year in a row. The first day of the exhibition was very active indeed. The visitors started approaching even before the official opening of the exhibition, and it was pleasant. There were different categories of clients, from designers to people who came to select materials for their bathroom. As for the organization of the exhibition itself – everything was very decent. We were happy about everything. I hope that following the results of this exhibition our new contacts will turn into contracts. Thank you.

The exhibition went very well. We met many professional visitors. We were happy about everything, as always. Since 2015, for the 4th year in a row, we have been participating in UzBuild and do not overlook this event. We met with foreign companies at the exhibition and found some interesting to us, with which we would like to further cooperate. At this platform we are already communicating with our future customers and negotiating our cooperation. Previously, we positioned ourselves as a factory development company. It was hard to find customers for such a specific product. This year, we have revised our format and are exhibiting as Dal Heavy Holding, and I can state that we already enjoy good results of cooperation.

We are the only representatives of OIKOS Italian brand company in Uzbekistan. We have been cooperating with Iteca Exhibitions for many years. I would like to express my deep gratitude to the organizers for the construction exhibition – UzBuild 2019. Everything went very well and productively for our company. Thanks to all.

It was our debut participation in UzBuild 2019. We had many reasons to choose UzBuild. Uzbekistan attracts us with its great economic potential among the other Central Asian countries. All the organizational matters related to our participation were settled online. Upon arrival at the exhibition, we realized that they had made the right choice. We are very pleased with both the organization of the exhibition and the exhibition itself. We wish great success to this project!

This year, our company – Real House participated in the exhibition for the first time. We really liked the active atmosphere and know-how presented at the exhibition. We thank the organizers for the opportunity to participate. We also have plans for our participation next year. Thank you.

Once again our company takes part in UzBuild exhibition this year. We meet new contacts at the exhibition that give impetus for development to our business. We thank the organizers and hope to participate in UzBuild 2020!

I am an employee of the Advertising and Marketing Department at Dream City. Our company was founded in September 2018, and over this time it has established itself as a reliable developer and partner providing quality services in development and sale of both residential and commercial real estate. We are participating in this kind of event for the first time and are grateful to Iteca Exhibitions for the opportunity to implement all the ideas on our stand, the main concept of which is to immerse our guests in the atmosphere of the future residential complex. For these purposes, we used VR glasses, so every visitor of UzBuild could make a virtual tour around the Boulevard Residential Complex. We hope that we gave to the visitors of the exhibition the maximum understanding of this project’s benefits.

Mesa Imalat takes part in the exhibition for the second time in 2019. As compared to last year, the exhibition has exceeded all our expectations. We also have got many projects with our Uzbek partners on construction of new buildings. We work with projects in Sergeli and Aktepe districts. And later we will start working with the Almazar City project. In the future, we plan to work with other projects in Uzbekistan in cooperation with our Uzbek companies. We will share our knowledge and experience with them and will get together in the future at the exhibition in 2020.

مکان و زمان

Official Opening Ceremony:

25 February, 2020, 11.00 – 11.30

Uzbekistan International UzBuild Exhibition will be open for visitors:

25 February: 11.30 – 18.00

26 February: 10.00 – 18.00

27 February: 10.00 – 18.00

28 February: 10.00 – 16.00

Venue:

107, Amir Temur street, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Landmarks: Metro station: “Bodomzor”, “International Hotel – Tashkent” bus stop

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Important information on visa requirements

Citizens of a number of CIS countries, in particular, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine are not required to have a visa to enter the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Entry visas for foreign nationals are issued by consulate institutions of the Republic of Uzbekistan abroad in accordance with the Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Visa requirements for entering Uzbekistan vary depending on the country

Foreign nationals entering Uzbekistan from countries where there is no Consulate of the Republic of Uzbekistan and not having an opportunity to obtain a visa in consulate institutions of the Republic of Uzbekistan in other countries en route due to time limitations, may obtain a visa at the Consular Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the Tashkent international airport. This may be done only with a preliminary application to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the correct manner by the host organisation in Uzbekistan.

You can apply for a visa through Novotours Silk Road. Please note that applying for an entry visa is a procedure that requires payment.

Important: You should allow sufficient time for obtaining a visa and planning your own trip. Iteca Exhibitions does not take responsibility for organising your visa.

To obtain a visa you should have at least 21 working days in hand. In order to obtain a visa through Novotours Silk Road you must:

  • Complete and return a visa application form, which will be presented by Novotours Silk Road
  • Provide Novotours Silk Road will the necessary documentation (copy of your passport and confirmation of place of work).

Business Tours for Business People

During the exhibitions, hotel rooms in Tashkent are in great demand. “Novotours Silk Road” has signed lucrative contracts with hotels in Uzbekistan, allowing them to offer very competitive prices. “Novotours Silk Road” Novotours Silk Road has a guaranteed number of reserved rooms for exhibitors. For the full list of hotels and prices go to the Novotours Silk Road website.

Iteca Exhibitions official tour operator is Novotours Silk Road, which offers tour package services for exhibitors of Uzbekistan’s major exhibitions.

Novotours Silk Road is pleased to offer exhibitors the whole range of tour services in Uzbekistan:

  • Entry visas for exhibitors
  • Hotel room bookings
  • Booking and delivering flights and train tickets
  • All types of transfers and transport
  • Excursions throughout Uzbekistan
  • Guides in French, German, Italian, Spanish, English, Turkish and Russian
  • And many many others….

Visiting Uzbekistan

Bukhara

Tashkent-3.jpgBukhara (also spelled Bukhoro, Buxoro, Buchara, Bokhara, Buhara) is over 2,500 years old and seems to be emanating the breath of history. According to the Iranian Encyclopedia, the name of the city came from the Sogdian for lucky place; it is also said to derive from the Sanskrit for temple. Bukhara is one of the world’s seven holy cities of Islam. It was a large religious center in the Middle Ages, with over 350 mosques and 80 madrasahs (Islamic colleges), many of which survive. All the streets in Bukhara lead to the central historic complex Lyab-i Hauz (also spelled Lyab-i Khauz, Lyabi Khauz, Lyabi Hauz), where besides magnificent architectural monuments by a hauz pond a number of cozy restaurants and teahouses are located. Among the numerous attractions in Bukhara stand out the famous Kalyan Minaret (also Minorai Kalon, Minara-i Kalan), the impressive ancient Ark Fortress, functioning medieval bathhouses and domed shopping arcades. There over 140 architectural monuments in the city

Samarkand

Tashkent-3.jpgSamarkand (also spelled Samarqand) is probably the most famous Uzbekistan’s historic city. O ver 2,750 years of age, it boasts very impressive architectural monuments and a rich history. Samarkand originated from a settlement called Afrosiab (or Afrasiab), the ruins of which can be seen on the northern outskirts of the city. Later, still before the Common Era, it was the capital of Sogdiana (or Sogdia, Suguda, Sogdiane, Sogd, Sugd), named Marakanda (or Maracanda) then. When the city became the capital of the huge empire of Tamerlane (Timur) in the 14th century, it had enjoyed substantial growth and construction of splendorous edifices, some of which we can stll see today. The Registan Square, with the three grand madrasahs (Islamic colleges) on its sides, is the top Samarkand attraction. Among the others stand out Gur-e Amir Mausoleum (also spelled Gur-e Amir, Gur Emir, Guri Amir) where Tamerlane rests under a jade tombstone; Bibi-Khanym Mosque (also spelled Bibi-Khanom, Bibi-Khanum) – one of the largest mosques in the Islamic world; Khazrat-Khyzr Mosque, one of the oldest Samarkand monuments where you can have an impressive view of Shah-i-Zinda Necropolis (also spelled Shakh-i Zinda, Shahi-Zinda, Shohizinda), Siab Bazaar and distant mountains; and the surviving part of the legendary Ulugbek Observatory (also spelled Ulugh Beg, Ulughbeg, Ulugh-Beg) where Ulugbek compiled his world-famous star catalogue, the best between Ptolemy’s and Brahe’s.

Tashkent

Tashkent-3.jpgTashkent (a stone city; also spelled Toshkent), Uzbekistan’s capital, is in all respects a Central Asian regional hub; it is the fourth largest CIS city with a population of around 3 million. Today it has all the features of a modern metropolis and a capital, with a lot of attractive Central Asian-style newly-built structures and sites, as well as Soviet-era buildings. Tashkent is rich in museums, theaters and concert halls; there are a lot of traditional Central Asian and European-like restaurants and clubs, and several very nice parks, including a zoo and a huge botanical garden. Tashkent is the only Central Asian city which has an underground railway system (Tashkent Metro). It is probably one of the world’s most beautiful: its stations are real works of art, each featuring unique designs covering various themes, such as famous people, events, valued notions, terms or just common nouns. Tashkent is a city of wide streets and numerous avenues, and is abundant in trees; although it is located in Central Asia, it has recently had a lot of evergreens planted, in addition to its traditional planes, poplars, oaks, willows, etc. Tashkent looks modern – it grew to its present size mainly during the Soviet times – but it is over 2,000 years old, and there is still some of its old part surviving, called Old City or Old Town. Tashkent Old city features a huge traditional Central Asian bazaar (there are many large and small bazaars in the city; most farmer products in the city are sold through them, not through stores), as well as several Islamic architectural monuments and quaint adobe mahalla neighborhoods, quite worth visiting for their charm.

Shakhrisabz

Tashkent-3.jpgShakhrisabz (green city; also spelled Shahrisabz, Shahr-i Sabz), the home town of Tamerlane (Timur), features a number of architectural monuments built in his and his dynasty times. They are the grand remains of the summer palace Ak Saray (white palace; also spelled Aq Sarai, Aksaray, Aqsaray, Aksarai, Aqs aray) dating from 1380, the memorial complex Dorus Saodat (seat of power and might; 14th c. – 15th c.; also spelled Dorussaodat, Dorus Siadat, D orussiadat, Dar al-Sayadah; also known as Hazrat-i Imam Complex) where two Tamerlane’s sons were buried and where a crypt intended for him was built, the memorial complex Dorut Tillavat (contemplation place; 14th c. – 15th c.; also spelled Doruttillavat, Dorut Tillyavat, Doruttillyavat, Dar al-Tilavah) where Tamerlane’s father rests, and the Friday communal prayer mosque Kok Gumbaz (blue dome) built by order of Ulugbek, Tamerlane’s grandson, in 1437. Thoroughly restored and reconstructed, these architectural monuments are perfect examples of Central Asian Islamic architecture of the Timurid times. They were meant to contribute to making Tamerlane’s home town and the second capital of his huge empire as beautiful as Samarkand.

Khiva

Tashkent-3.jpgKhiva was one of the major cities of ancient Khorezm and is the only city in U zbekistan with an almost intact medieval old town area. It is Ichan-Kala (inner town) in Khiva. Encircled by a strong wall, Ichan-Kala is a surviving traditional Oriental town with all the structures in it being architectural monuments. Although Ichan-Kala is like an architectural museum under the open sky, it is populated: you can occasionally smell frying meat and onion there, for example, or see children running from the doors. It is real pleasure to stroll along its cobbled streets, visiting Djuma Mosque with its 112 wooden pillars covered with beautiful carvings, Kunya-Ark Fortress with convenient viewing deck, or Islam Khodja Minaret where you can climb narrow spiral stairs to get to point of terrific panoramic view of this old Oriental town next to the huge Kyzyl-Kum Desert.

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