|By PR Newswire||
|March 25, 2014 01:13 PM EDT||
BANGKOK, March 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This year INTERMACH, ASEAN's Leading Industrial Machinery and Subcontracting Exhibition, will mark more than 30 years helping build successful business for the Thai and ASEAN manufacturing industry. The 2014 event will be one of the largest and most comprehensive industrial machinery and equipment displays in the region, featuring top global companies from over 40 countries.
INTERMACH is the first international industrial machinery exhibition of the year and coincides perfectly with the industry buying cycle. This enables exhibitors to deliver machinery to clients before the end of the business year, boosting their production efficiency.
Mr. Sanchai Noombunnam, Group Director, UBM Asia (Thailand) the show organizer, said, "The ASEAN Economic Community will help expand and connect businesses with greater efficiency. The cost of doing business in Thailand has risen considerably, with higher production costs coming from upstream production. As a result, products must provide better value, especially items that require precision, accuracy and quality. Thailand needs to manufacture products of greater complexity which are higher priced. Mass production will relocate to other ASEAN countries and items can then be imported back to Thailand for assembly.
"Currently, an emerging industry is the automotive area, but within a few years, there will be more changes, principally involving medical devices and aerospace parts. Production facilities are now being developed in Singapore, Japan, the USA and Europe to address this. Companies are already expanding their production to include subcontracting aerospace & medical advice equipment. These business opportunities will require new machinery and technology that provides customized automation using flexible modular techniques and integrated software. This technology will give entrepreneurs a competitive edge, helping reduce costs and increasing efficiency which will further advance ASEAN as a major manufacturing hub. INTERMACH will have much of this equipment on display at the 2014 show and it's an event you just can't afford to miss," the director added.
What you can expect at INTERMACH 2014
- 1,200 companies from 40 countries around the world with over 4,000 pieces of machinery and equipment on display. More than 100 products will be seen for the first time in ASEAN and Thailand.
- 300 top industrial part manufacturers from 12 countries at SUBCON Thailand, plus special business match-making with part buyers from around the world.
- 12 National Pavilions including Japan, Taiwan, Korea, China, ASEAN Subcontracting Associations, Enhancement of Mould and Die Industry Competitiveness Project, and the Thai Subcontracting Association.
- Over 100 special Seminars and Conferences that will further enhance the Thai & ASEAN manufacturing industry.
*For the first time, a special section of leading Japanese machinery makers! - MAZAK (Thailand), Mitsubishi Electric Automation Thailand (MEATH), OKUMA Techno (Thailand), TOYODA Machinery S.E. Asia, and SODICK (Thailand) will be featured in the "Top Japanese Makers Zone".
*PLUS! SHEET METAL ASIA 2014 - ASEAN's International Sheet Metal Fabrication Technology and Machinery Exhibition – the largest event of its kind in Thailand. Sheet Metal Asia will include state-of-the-art fiber laser machines, press brakes, punching machines, water jet technology and much more.
For the last eight years INTERMACH has been held with SUBCON Thailand, ASEAN's leading Subcontracting event for the procurement of industrial parts. The show is a team effort and is organized by the Thailand Board of Investment (BOI), UBM Asia (Thailand) and the Thai Subcontracting Promotions Association. SUBCON is by far the best and most comprehensive event for Thailand's manufacturing industry and the perfect place for matching global part makers with global manufacturers.
INTERMACH 2014 will be held from 15-18 May at BITEC exhibition center in Bangkok, Thailand.
Do miss it. You can pre-register FREE online now! www.intermachshow.com
UBM Asia has extensive office networks in China, Southeast Asia and India, three of the world's fastest growing B2B events markets. UBM China has 11 offices in the major cities in mainland China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Chengdu and Shenzhen, where we organise more than 60 exhibitions and conferences. In ASEAN, UBM Asia operates from its offices in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam and the Philippines with over 50 events in this region. UBM India teams in Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad organise 20 exhibitions and 60 conferences every year across the country.
'Further Expanding the Regional Manufacturing Industry'
15-18 May, BITEC
Sukanya Amornurathkun (Mrs.)
Sr. Exhibition Manager
International Sales and Marketing
UBM Asia (Thailand)
T +66(0)-2642-6911 Ext 211
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