The current international meeting, 24-26 September 2009- gathers two events:
- The I Latin American Summit of NGV and Alternative Fuels.
- The II ExpoGNV Perú that will welcome 60 exhibitors and over 5,000 visitors of the region and the world.
When we say “Peru”, we are talking about the most active NGV market of the region.
The National Government and municipalities have shown political and economic commitment to NGV, strong in terms of action (tax incentives, credits) and long-lasting.
The results can be easily seen. The growth is geometric; year after year vehicle switches to NGV system, as well as conversion workshops and refueling stations double in number. And for 2009, the trend is reinforced.
The implementation of the Metropolitan Corridor in Lima will give rise to a new mass transit system by which, using modern NGV buses, 700,000 passengers will be daily transferred
Peru owns the largest natural gas reserve of the American Continent.
The exhibition has 5,000 m2 covered for booths and 3,000 m2 for outdoor area, conferences and services.
Conferences and special courses available to visitors will be held in simultaneous auditoriums within the fair site.
There will be financing offers exclusive for brand new NGV cars.
Visitors will be able to witness car conversions during the fair.
There will be a technical tour to modern plants of mobile natural gas pipelines or natural gas by trailer in operation.
Good business, a glass of “pisco sour”, as aperitif of a delicate “ceviche” and the immensity of the Pacific, await you in Lima.
The so-called “Ciudad de los Reyes” (City of the Kings) was founded on 18th January 1535 by the conqueror Francisco Pizarro, and today it joins the splendour of its past with the modern life’s advances.
It is located on the banks of the Rímac River, along the Pacific Ocean, and according to year 2007 census, there are 7,605,742 inhabitants. However, urban areas of Lima and Callao together have 8,482,619 inhabitants, i.e. 30% of the total Peruvian population.
It is Federal Government seat and also of the most important institutions of the Republic.
It is a modern city in constant growth, but at the same time it has known how to keep the richness of its Historic Center, declared Cultural Patrimony of the Humanity
It is the fifth largest city of Latin America and it is amongst the 30 most important urban centers of the planet.
The renewed Exhibition Center, located in Parcela I Fundo Monterrico Chico (Hipodrómo de Monterrico), Santiago de Surco, is considered to be the most important one of the Peruvian capital and its strategic location makes it accessible from any city area.
Also, it possesses modern and versatile infrastructure and, given the layout of its functional areas, the place suits the needs and formats of diverse exhibitions.