Mediterranean Building Exhibition
From 6 to 9 October 2021 - Sfax, Tunisia
Sfax, Tunisia
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Mediterranean Building Exhibition

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Sfax is pleased to invite you to the 16th session of the Mediterranean Building Exhibition MEDIBAT from 6th to 9th of October 2021 in Sfax -Tunisia.

As a center of attraction for professional builders and innovators in the field, MEDIBAT has always been a real federative Business Village for the most prestigious building corporations and international organizations of the construction industry. It is a privileged meeting place for important foreign delegations, contractors, architects and initiators of major projects.

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The Sfax Chamber of Commerce and Industry
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+216 74 296 120
Fax : +216 74 296 121
Email :ccis@ccis.org.tn
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MEDIBAT in numbers

+45000

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350

EXHIBITORS

30

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Economic Forum

8 October 2021 Reinforcing of the Public Private Partnership (P.P.P) in the building and infrastructure sector 6 subsaharan African countries will take part in this forum. These are Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan, Mali, Ivory Coast and Nigeria. The forum will exhibit several projects ready to be implemented.

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scientific Forum

7 october 2021

Construction 4.0 in the post-Covid-19 paradigm

The Scientific Forum will bring together an elite of renowned researchers from Tunisia, France, Germany, Egypt …

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Entrepreneurship Forum

6 October 2021 Information session: Tools and mechanisms offered to young entrepreneurs in the construction sector Tunisian context of franchising in the building sector Presentation of franchisors in the building sector Project funding mechanisms B2B workshops and meetings between franchisors and future franchisees

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Democratic Republic of Congo day

Democratic Republic of Congo Day is an information day that the MEDBAT 2021 Organizing Committee is holding for the benefit of economic players in order to present to them the market potential of this African country in the construction sector.

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Libya day

Libya Day is an information day that the MEDBAT 2021 Organizing Committee holds for the benefit of economic actors with a view to presenting them the major projects of Libya and the opportunities to be seized for Tunisian companies

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The Village of Innovation

The circles and the innovation village will present research and innovative solutions for the building of tomorrow.

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Medibat
Mar. 2017
The first Tunisian-Libyan sectoral forum in the field of building and public works – June 29, 2021

Under the supervision of the Ministry of Equipment, Housing and Infrastructures and the Libyan Ministry of Housing and Reconstruction, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Sfax, organized the “First Tunisian-Libyan Sector Forum” June 29, 2021, in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Tripoli and several Tunisian professional structures : the Order of Engineers, the Order of Architects and the National Federation of Building Contractors and Public Works (FNEBTP), of the UTICA, under the slogan « The Role of studies and Consulting Offices in the Success of Major Projects »

During the inauguration of this forum, the Tunisian Minister of Equipment, Housing and Infrastructures Kamal Doukh underlined the promotion of bilateral cooperation in the fields of planning, housing, construction and public works, with emphasis on Tunisian skills that are ready to provide their expertise to support the reconstruction projects in Libya. At the same time, the Minister reviewed some statistics relating to the actors of the building and public works sector in Tunisia, (6,500 construction and public works companies, 400 design offices and consulting engineers, 2,800 architects and 160 experts in land measurement and cadastre experts). All these skills are highly qualified, willing to bring their acquired expertise in the projects of reconstruction of Libya.

Experiences of Tunisian institutions specializing in building, construction and urban and environmental planning were presented, such as « the Real Estate Agency for Housing », « Urban Rehabilitation and Renovation Agency », the « Libyan Engineering Professions », and many Municipalities.

It was also suggested by a group of participants in the discussion session, the achievement of a twinning between the Tunisian and Libyan municipalities, which will serve as a starting point for the exchange of experiences, and a framework for the implementation of projects  to coordinate and develop data exchange, between professional engineering structures from the two countries.

The forum’s program included workshops and panel discussions on the theme of urban development, strategic planning, urban rehabilitation, the role of design offices and the implementation of suspended projects.

It also included a dialogue platform, which represented a space for discussion and interactive dialogue and a networking opportunity between the Tunisian and Libyan parties.

This meeting resulted in the conclusion of a memorandum of understanding, on June 30, 2021, between the Tunisian Order of Engineers and the General Union of Engineering Trades in Libya.

Mar. 2017
Tunisian participation in the fourth session « Libya Construction Expo » June 28 – July 1, 2021

As part of the implementation of the program developed by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Sfax with Libya aimed at reviving and strengthening economic relations between the two countries, the CCIS organized, between June 28 and 1 July 2021 Tunisian participation in the fourth session of “Libya Construction Expo” at the Tripoli International Fair, in collaboration with the International Society of Congresses and Exhibitions and, under the aegis of the Ministry of Economy and Commerce, the Ministry of Housing and Construction of Libya and, the General Federation of Libyan Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture.

In addition to the Libyan ministers, the inauguration of the Salon was ensured by the Tunisian ministers Mr. Mohamed Bou Said, Minister of Trade and Export Development and Acting Minister of Energy, Mines and Renewable Energies, and by Mr. Kamal Doukh, Minister of Equipment, Housing and Infrastructure. In addition to H.E.M. Asaad Al-Ajili, Ambassador of the Republic of Tunisia in Tripoli and Mr. Ridha Fourati, President of the CCIS.

The program of “Libya Construction Expo 2021” focused particularly on the exhibition, as the number of Tunisian exhibitors exceeded 120 companies operating in various sectors of construction, public works and other related sectors, over an area of approximately 1,500 square meters. The Tunisian participation is distinct from the rest of the countries, considering that the total number of exhibitors has reached 270.

We note also, the significant participation of 100 engineers and architects from the Order of Tunisian Engineers and the Order of Architects, with the aim of establishing a partnership between Tunisia and Libya in the engineering sector in general, architecture, construction and related sectors in particular.

The sectoral Forum was also a fundamental pillar of the event, in addition to the business meetings, held by the exhibitors with professionals and Libyan businessmen and with some Libyan municipalities representing the Western Libya.

The President of Sfax Chamber had, also held several fruitful meetings with high-ranking Libyan officials, in order to prepare the distinguished participation of Libya in the Mediterranean building exhibition, as a guest of honor “MEDIBAT 2021” in its extraordinary session, during which, the thirtieth of this important international event will be celebrated.

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