Despite the tense economic climate, there are several major building projects in Russia that are being realized. The preparations for the 2018 FIFA World Cup including greater stadiums, bigger airports, new highways, (underground) railways, hotels and other infrastructural changes are only part of it. In addition, Moscow is setting up a complete new district called “New Moscow” with 1.5 million sqm housing space to be built in 2015. Furthermore, there are plans for huge shopping centers, office buildings and subsidized housings. All these projects need support from abroad. Especially when it comes to modern building technology, companies from Europe are the ones who can deliver.
The trade fair CTT, which is taking place from June 2 through 6, 2015 in Moscow, offers a unique opportunity for international construction machinery manufacturers as well as high class component and technology providers to build up and keep business contacts for the future. The Russian building sector is growing and will grow even faster in the medium and the long term.
CTT 2015 is the place for market leaders to present their latest product developments to business visitors and experts in their fields. Companies like Atlas Copco, LIEBHERR, Wirtgen, RM-TEREX, Hitachi and John Deere have already registered. In addition, there will be national group presentations from Germany, Italy, Finland, China and South Korea.
Interested companies can register now with IMAG – Internationaler Messe- und Ausstellungsdienst GmbH for CTT 2015, Christina Jaugstetter, Exhibition Director, phone: +49 (0)89 55 29 12-330, e-mail: email@example.com.