The Lahore Expo Center will play host to the sixth iteration of the Pakistan Industrial Expo from October 15 to October 17, 2022.
More than 120 leading industrial Chinese manufacturers are expected to attend this event. Which is organized by the University of Sargodha and the Everest International Expo. Additionally, the main exhibits will be computer numerical control (CNC) machinery, construction machinery, and renewable energy. As well as building materials, agricultural machinery, hardware, bearings, chemicals, auto parts, and so on.
The Pakistan Industrial Expo 2022 is a distinctive trade fair that features Chinese goods.
In addition, the products will be physically present at the booths set up at the expo site as part of the exhibition’s “Online & Offline” strategies, and business-to-business (B2B) meetings will be arranged using the ZOOM platform with help at each booth.
In this approach, the effects of COVID-19 would have the least possible impact on the event.
After the show, all of the Chinese goods will be moved to a permanent display facility in Lahore’s Johar Town. All of the Chinese goods have already been shipped to Lahore.
Furthermore, it is accessible to all businesspeople as well as associated manufacturers, who can request an immediate online meeting.
“We tried an online-offline mode of the event in 2020, and it worked marvelously,” Everest International Expo general manager Yousuf Fa remarked. In addition, after numerous success stories, we can now successfully manage and build a top-notch B2B platform. To enhance inter-company economic and trade connections.
In this way, Pakistan Industrial Expo has evolved into one of the very few shows. That continues to run throughout the most challenging period of COVID-19.
Prof. Dr. Fazal ul Rehman, Director of the Institute of China Studies at the University of Sargodha, stated that the institution is currently educating youth. By imparting vital skills that are in line with the goals of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and comprehensive cooperation (CPEC).
The vice chancellor of the university, Prof. Dr. Qaisar Abbas, was quoted as saying that the goal of the university is to create a bridge between industry and academia. That will enable higher education to compete on a global scale. Moreover, by strengthening these ties, Pakistan can also experience economic prosperity, he added.