RAI Amsterdam announced it is joining forces with E.J. Krause de Mexico to create Aquatech Mexico, taking place October 26 to 28 at the World Trade Center in Mexico City. Aquatech will be co-located with the GREEN Expo, Mexico’s leading environmental and renewable energy exhibition.
Mexico is the second largest economy in Latin America and the 14th in the world. Water is a strategic concern for the country’s development due to the fact that there is a low availability of water and 75 percent of the population lives in the cities (expected to be 80 percent by 2030). The Water Agenda 2015-2030 of the Federal Mexican Government is an ambitious program that reaches every part of water technology and resource management.
Aquatech Mexico 2016 will provide a platform for companies related to the water industry seeking to explore business opportunities in Mexico, as well as partnerships, networking, and best practices between local and international companies. The co-location with the GREEN Expo, Mexico’s largest trade show for the environmental and renewable energy industries, will ensure that Aquatech Mexico will have a large visitor base. Of the more than 10,000 attendees, almost 3,000 are looking for water and wastewater solutions.
This newest Aquatech event will relate sucess stories about water challenges and the latest technologies through local and international companies. In this context, the event will gather automation solutions manufacturers, pumps, pipe manufacturers, chemical water treatment and/or biological water treatment manufacturers, consulting engineering companies involved in the design of water technology installations and water resource management. Furthermore, construction companies involved in building of water technology plants, contractors, system integrators involved in integration of water technology projects, research institutes, associations and distributors will be present.
Professionals attending the event will include those from the government (federal and municipal) involved in the Water Agenda 2030, engineering companies involved in water projects, construction companies, from utility companies and from wastewater treatment plants, also from industrial companies (including, food & beverage, oil & gas, petrochemical), investors, consultants, NGOs and associations.