Intermat sets up an economic observatory of the construction industry looking towards 2025 - 2030.

The INTERMAT Observatory: establishing a close relationship with the market

The INTERMAT Observatory of construction market is being launched in order to enable constant and regular liaison with application markets and offer both exhibitors and visitors of the show a forward-looking vision of ongoing and future construction and infrastructure projects.

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Using perspective to better identify potential

Beyond being just a trade show, the intention is to establish a strong and close relationship with the market so as to place the machinery and equipment displayed at the event into perspective, and identify and present the major projects in France and in certain high-potential and developing regions of the world.

The INTERMAT Observatory is a market intelligence tool for construction projects up to 2025 – 2030 in certain regions of the world and notably in France. Its aims are to:

  • Provide in-depth knowledge of the industry in INTERMAT’s target countries,
  • Identify high potential markets for our exhibitors,
  • Activate synergies between our exhibitors and foreign decision makers.

Detailed quantitative and qualitative analysis by country

For each country studied, an analysis will be conducted using national key indicators (geographic and commercial data, macroeconomic indicators, short and medium-term economic growth) and industry key indicators (top 3 main machines and tools imported and exported, top 3 main machine and tool exporting countries).

The analysis will cover a market potential comprising 7 sectors: airport infrastructure, port infrastructure, roads, railways, bridges & tunnels, mining and quarries, residential buildings and functional buildings.

A detailed analysis of the main imports of machines and tools and their local usage based on the 4 sectors of expertise at INTERMAT Paris: EARTHMOVING & DEMOLITION, ROADS, MINERALS & FOUNDATIONS, LIFTING, HANDLING & TRANSPORTATION, BUILDINGS & CONCRETE SECTOR. 

7 to 10 projects identified per country from the 7 sectors examined

The main projects completed, ongoing, and planned for the future will be mapped with their factsheets, type of financing, locations players and stakeholders, amounts of investment, descriptions and timelines.

A study of countries in the EMEA zone

The Observatory by Intermat Paris and Business France targets 12 pays in the EMEA zone.

Algeria ; Germany; Belgium ; Ivory Coast ; United Arab Emirates ; France ; Italy ; Kenya ; Marocco ; Netherlands ; Qatar ; UK

An observatory conducted in partnership with Business France 

Business France is the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy. It is responsible for fostering export growth by French businesses, as well as promoting and facilitating international investment in France. It promotes France’s companies, business image and nationwide attractiveness as an investment location, and also runs the VIE international internship program.

About INTERMAT : INTERMAT Paris, the international trade show for construction and infrastructure – 23-28 April 2018 in Paris (Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre).

INTERMAT Paris is the platform that unites all construction professionals along the chain to form a single sector, dedicated to the efficiency of communities. From 23 to 28 April 2018, innovations, talks and round tables, networking opportunities, market analysis and the potential of major construction projects will be showcased to the 1,500 exhibitors and nearly 200,000 trade visitors from 167 countries, to help them meet their current and future challenges. A new geographical and sector-led approach in 2018:

A trade show with international reach, INTERMAT Paris brings together supply and demand on the construction market in the EMEA zone (Europe, Middle East, Africa), incorporating high-potential and developing regions.

The show is furthermore organised into four hubs of expertise; Earthmoving & Demolition, Roads, Minerals & Foundations, Buildings & Concrete Sector, Lifting, Handling & Transportation.