Gwadar Huafa Exhibition Center construction picks momentum

By Yasir Habib Khan | Gwadar Pro Oct 13, 2022

GWADAR, Oct 13, (Gwadar Pro)-Construction of Gwadar Huafa Exhibition and Trading Center is in full motion after its main structure is roofed with joint efforts of Pakistani manpower and Chinese engineers. It is one of the mega development projects of Gwadar Free Zone (phase I) on the premises of Gwadar Port that will offer commercial and industrial exhibitions planned to be held from next year.  
The topping ceremony of the main structure was held in the Free Zone (phase I), in front of Gwadar Business Center. The total construction area is about 3919 square meters.  
Gwadar Free Zone (Phase I) official said that the project functions mainly include commercial exhibitions, large-scale conference rooms, product trading, cultural and sports activities, etc., which is of great significance to the investment promotion and development of Gwadar Free Zone. The project officially started construction on December 24, 2021, and the contract period is 21 months.  
Zhou Yaodong, senior official of China Overseas Port Holding Company (COPHC), sole Gwadar Port operator, told Gwadar Pro that more than 140 workers from China and Pakistan overcame various difficulties and challenges, worked actively, and completed the top of the main structure of the project, marking the overall transition from the civil engineering construction stage to the decoration stage, providing a guarantee for the completion and delivery of the projects on schedule. 
Gwadar Business Center is a reimagined workspace that is keen on providing a vibrant ecosystem for entrepreneurship and enabling creativity, innovation and collaboration. All eyes are on the completion of the Gwadar Huafa Exhibition and Trading Center. Gwadar Huafa Exhibition and Trading Center was consciously developed to provide commercial exhibitors with unprecedented offerings in a bright, friendly, flexible business co-working environment.

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