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Four day Int-Ext Expo begins at Ludhiana

image Four day Int-Ext Expo begins at Ludhiana

Ludhiana, Feb 4 (KNN) The four-day construction expo INT-EXT Expo kicked off on Friday at Ludhiana Exhibition Centre.

Over 300 companies are exhibiting more than 6,000 products and services related to the construction industry at the eleventh edition of the expo.


The expo was inaugurated by MLA Manwinder Singh Giaspura.

The construction expo is displaying products under various categories, including roofing and cladding, kitchen and modulars, water management, hardware, building materials, glass, plumbing, pipes and fittings, solar systems, architectural and decorative lighting, bath and sanitation, tiles and ceramics, safety and security, flooring, landscaping, home and office automation, air conditioning, furniture and fixtures, doors and windows, and marbles.

As per reports, the first day of the exhibition witnessed over 5,000 visitors, said G S Dhillon, Director, Udan Media and Communications Pvt Ltd, who is the organiser of the exhibition.

Lauding the efforts of the organisers, MLA Giaspura said, “In every field, we get to see something new every hour. So, exploring new products/techniques is necessary to grow. Learning is a continuous process and one who stops learning about new things they stop growing. So, such exhibitions are necessary to share knowledge about innovations.”

While assuring government support, Giaspura added that he will take up the demands of architects with the chief minister of Punjab.

Indian institute of Architects (IIA) chairperson, Punjab chapter, Sanjay Goel, said that the exhibition is not only beneficial for architects but also for engineers, contractors, builders, planners, students and for the general public. 

A conference of architects and interior designers will also be held at the exhibition centre

Goel demanded from the government that representation of architects in civic body departments should be increased so that better infrastructure can be provided to the people.

Harinder Singh Boparai, chairman, IIA Ludhiana Centre, Ajit Singh, president, Ludhiana Builders’ Association, and others were present.  (KNN Bureau)


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