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Saudi Arabia is on the fast track to Vision 2030

As Vision 2030 comes to life in the Kingdom, the construction industry is booming, driving the demand for wood to skyrocket. From the giga projects set to shape Saudi Arabia to the construction of 555,000 new residential units by 2030, the growing need for doors, windows, furniture manufacturing, and interior design sectors is at an all-time high.

Saudi Wood Expo will place you at the epicenter of the growth opportunity in this thriving industry and will help you drive your business.

$903 bn

Amount the global wood market
to hit by 2026.

(Source: Zawya)

$2.21 bn

projected amount by the Saudi Arabia wood market by 2023.

(Source: Statista)

4% CAGR

Increase in Saudi Arabia’s Prefab wood buildings market during 2019-2028

(Source: Mordor Intelligence)

Key projects driving growth in Saudi Arabia

As these projects take shape, the need for wood in construction, interior design, and landscaping has skyrocketed

Trojena

All construction activities will adhere to NEOM’s commitment to minimize environmental disruption and ensure long-term sustainability. Trojena is expected to generate over 10,000 jobs and contribute SAR3 billion to the kingdom’s GDP by 2030.

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Oxagon by NEOM

OXAGON, acclaimed as the “world’s largest floating structure,” is set to be constructed in the southwestern region of NEOM, an ambitious new megacity envisioned by Saudi authorities to be 33 times the size of New York City. This remarkable development will feature half of its structure floating on the Red Sea.

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The Red Sea Project

The Red Sea Project is a major land and infrastructure project in Saudi Arabia which forms a part of the Saudi Vision 2030 program. Announced by the Saudi Crown Prince in July 2017, the project will focus on delivering luxurious and eco-friendly tourism experiences to those that visit the Red Sea coast.

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King Salman Park

King Salman Park is being constructed on more than 16 sq km of land, making it the largest urban park in the world. The park will offer diverse activities and options for residents and visitors of the city. Its environmental elements will significantly more per capita green spaces.

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Ready to capitalize on this growth?

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