The Group Sonelgaz confirms its participation at electro, automation & energy 2013

Tunisia is the Guest of Honor in 2013

Valuable conference program

The preparations for electro, automation & energy 2013 are on a very good way.

Just recently the Sonelgaz Group – the Algerian Company for Electricity and Gas has confirmed its presence as one of the major exhibitors.
The participation of Sonelgaz includes 6 of its subsidiaries:

  • AMC – Société des Appareils de Mesure et de Contrôle
  • CEEG – Compagnie d’Engineering de l’Electricité et du Gaz
  • CREDEG – Centre de Recherche et de Développement de l’Electricité et du Gaz
  • MEI – Société de Maintenance des Equipements Industriels
  • ROUIBA Eclairage
  • SPE – La Société Algérienne de Production de l’Électricité

Tunisia is the Guest of Honor in 2013. After an agreement between the Tunisian Embassy in Algeria, CEPEX-the Tunisian Center for Export Promotion and the organisers fairtrade, Tunisia has been appointed as Guest of Honor of electro, automation & energy 2013.

The cooperation between Algeria and Tunisia will thus be highlighted. Tunisia being one of Algeria’s most important trading partners, its presentation as Guest of Honor will contribute to further enhance this privileged position. On the occasion of the exhibition the Tunisian exhibitors will present their innovations in energy, electrical engineering, industrial automation and lighting technology.

At the occasion of electro, automation & energy 2013, a valuable program of conferences under the title “Les Énergies Renouvelables & l’Efficacité Energétique dans le cadre du développement durable en Algérie – RSE à RGA” will run alongside the exhibition featuring the active participation of the Algerian Ministry of Energy and Mines and its related institutions APRUE, CDER, CEEG, CREDEG, NEAL-New Energy Algeria, Sonelgaz, UDES, UPER, and many more.


High Algerian imports of electro-technology (in billion EURO)

Algeria’s 7th electro, automation & energy 2013 takes place on the background of high Algerian imports of power and electro-technology.

According to ZVEI-the German Electrical and Electro­nic Manufacturers’ Association, Algerian imports of power and electro-technology have increased by 14% in 2011, to 3.063 billion Euro, after 2.678 billion Euro in 2010 and 2.759 billion Euro in 2009.

France, China, Italy, the USA, Germany and Spain have been the major supplier countries.

 

Source: ZVEI – the German Electrical and Economic Manufacturers‘ Association, 2011
Graph: fairtrade

Algeria the 3rd largest investor in the energy sector in the MENA region

Investments of 71 billion US $ programmed between 2013-2017

According to Bloomberg (8 October 2012) Algeria will be the 3rd largest investor in the energy sector in the Middle East and North Africa-MENA during the coming five years.

“With investments of 71 billion US$ programmed between 2013-2017 in the energy sector Algeria will rank 3rd, just behind Saudi Arabia (165 billion US$) and the United Arab Emirates (107 billion US$)” indicates Bloomberg citing APICORP-the Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation belonging to OAPEC-the Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries.

Over the five years to come Algeria will outperform Iran, Iraq and Qatar in terms of investments, on a list of 19 producing countries in the region.The total investment of the petroleum producing countries in the MENA region in the energy sector will amount to 740 billion US$ within 2013-2017. 


 

7 KEY FACTORS FOR YOUR SUCCESS!
electro, automation & energy – Algeria’s No 1 energy & electro-technology event!

  1. Numerous quality exhibitors from 12 countries (2012).
    1,948 registered visitors from 18 countries (2012).
    Detailed evaluation of the visitor statistics, visitors by country, by size of company, by function and by sector of activity. See Post Show Report 2012.
  2. 56% of the visitors were decision-makers (2012).
    Managing directors (23%), maintenance engineers (14%), technical managers (11%), project managers (8%), sales and marketing directors (7%), purchasing managers (3%), finance managers (2%), IT production managers (1%) and IT managers (1%).
  3. High satisfaction rates.
    77% exhibitors satisfied with the quality of visitor contacts.
    74% exhibitors would recommend the event.
  4. A valuable conference program.
    At the occasion of electro, automation & energy 2013, a valuable program of conferences on renewables and on energy efficiency runs alongside the exhibition. Just like the conference in 2012 featuring the active participation of the Algerian Ministry of Energy and Mines and its related institutions APRUE, CDER, CEEG, CREDEG, NEAL-New Energy Algeria, Sonelgaz, UDES, UPER, …
  5. The Daily.
    For valuable background information, photos and interviews.
  6. Online Market Place. The electro, automation & energy interactive online community allows exhibitors and visitors to connect before, during and after the event.
  7. UFI Approved Event quality label.
    Certification of the highest level of professional exhibition standards (UFI The Global Association of the Exhibition Industry). As the provision of data which have been verified by independent auditors is one of the cornerstones of the quality standards of UFI Approved Events, all electro, automation & energy statistical data have been audited.
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