Biggest Thai manufacturing expo propels supporting industries

21:00 | 24/06/2011
South East Asian automobile manufacturers looking for innovative technologies to improve production efficiency and competitiveness has seized their chances at Manufacturing Expo 2011, held in Bangkok, Thailand from June 23-26.

Manufacturing Expo 2011 brings together a broad range of machinery, technologies and industrial parts in its exhibitions and new knowledge and business networks in its concurrent activities, involving some 1,500 exhibitors from 30 countries.

The event comprises seven shows serving the most comprehensive range of the manufacturing and supporting industries, including InterPlas Thailand for mold and die makers, Automotive Manufacturing for auto parts manufacturers, Assembly Technology featuring industrial automation and assembly technologies, NEPCON Thailand for electronics manufacturers, Industrial Components & Subcontracting showcasing industrial parts and subcontractors, and INDEE Bangkok organised by the Indian government’s Engineering Export Promotion Council (EEPC India).

“The exhibitions feature every technology needed to produce an entire automobile,” boasted Chainarong Limpkittisin, managing director of Reed Tradex Company, the event organiser.

He said Manufacturing Expo 2011, which “can be marked as the day of the biggest gathering of remarkable events in the trade exhibition history”, and its co-locating events “can help all participants clearly see the direction of the industry, so they can be prepared and confidently and firmly move forward”.

Limpkittisin said it was the biggest edition of Manufacturing Expo in term of the size of the event, the number of overseas exhibitors, support from power groups and involvements of ASEAN industrialists. Over 38,000 visitors are expected at this year’s event.

“We [Reed Tradex] create this event with a commitment to deliver as many tools and opportunities the industrialists may need to grow their businesses,” he said.

The organiser expects the event will generate business worth over THB3 billion ($100 million).

According to Reed Tradex’s statistics, the Manufacturing Expo 2010 held in Bangkok in June last year attracted 1,300 companies from 25 countries and seven official pavilions. It drew 35,823 quality visitors and 120 groups of business delegations from 42 countries, and 150 conferences and seminar sessions were held during the event.

Reed Tradex is ASEAN’s leading exhibition organiser.  The company is a member of Reed Exhibitions, the world’s leading events organiser which creates high profile, targeted industry events where buyers and suppliers come together to do business.  Reed Tradex’s global portfolio includes over 460 events in 36 countries serving 44 industries.  In Thailand and Vietnam, it organises 16 strong brands of international exhibitions and conferences.

By Thu Ha

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