Digitalizing the construction industry

| February 26, 2019

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The global construction industry is a massive enterprise, with aggregate sales of more than €1,098,569 million and a market capitalization of almost €501,948 million in 2017. Like firms in many other industries, builders are wary of disruptive technologies: technologies whose adoption significantly changes the way businesses, or entire industries, operate. 3D printing, to pick one example, has been promoted as a potential disruptor in construction.

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Akaliko Resources LLC was founded in 2013 to serve domestic companies involved in the construction and mining industries in Mongolia. The company is presently based in Hera Industrial Park, and has invested in 50,000 sqm green-field land in Ulaanbaatar for future workshop expansion.

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