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SUBCON Thailand 2014: ASEAN'S Largest and Most Comprehensive Industrial Subcontracting Exhibition

BANGKOK, Thailand, March 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SUBCON Thailand 2014 is the 8th edition of ASEAN'S most successful Industrial Subcontracting event. Focused exclusively on the procurement of industrial parts it is also the only event organized by the Thailand Board of Investment together with UBM Asia (Thailand) and the Thai Subcontracting Promotions Association. SUBCON is a major event that links part-makers and industrial part-buyers from around the world at one central location. SUBCON Thailand 2014 will be held from 15-17 May at BITEC exhibition center in Bangkok, Thailand.

Mr. Sanchai Noombunnam, Group Director, UBM Asia (Thailand) the show organizer, said, "ASEAN has long been considered one of the world's most attractive subcontracting destinations and many large multinational corporations in a wide range of industries look to it for low cost, high quality production – especially from Thailand. SUBCON Thailand is ASEAN's best market opportunity for manufacturers who are looking to purchase industrial parts."

"SUBCON Thailand will bring golden business opportunities for Thai and ASEAN Subcontractors. Investors, especially large Japanese corporations, are continuing to invest in Thailand and many SMEs are relocating their production facilities to Thailand and ASEAN. With excellent infrastructure, a highly skilled workforce and quality products, some companies are already using Thailand as their production base and a springboard to the ASEAN region," the Director added.

SUBCON Thailand 2014 will feature ASEAN's leading manufacturers of metal, plastics and rubber parts; electrical and electronic components; molds and dies; tooling, jigs and fixtures, plus numerous other supporting industries. Also included will be parts for industries such as Automotive, Mechanical, Electronic, Electrical Appliances, Air Conditioning and more. Some of the major buyers include Mercedes-Benz, Samsung Electronics, Isuzu Motors, Whirlpool, Thai Summit Autoparts Industry, Suzuki, Electrolux, Panasonic Motors, Honda Trading, Haier, Mitsubishi Electric and other famous names. 

SUBCON Thailand 2014 highlights will include…

  • Over 6,000 pieces of industrial parts by manufacturers from 12 countries - over 300 booths in all.
  • Special Activities and Pavilions from key Japanese industrial providences: Kanagawa, Osaka, Kyushu Economy International, SMRJ and Shimane.
  • A special Fastener Section and ASEAN Supporting Pavilion showcasing industrial part capabilities from the  Philippines, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Vietnam and Thailand.
  • A Buyer's Village - where industrial part-buyers present their needs for specific parts.
  • Buyer Presentations - World leading procurement officers will provide information on their requirements and procurement policies.
  • Important Seminars helping to enhance Thailand and ASEAN part-makers in new emerging industries.

PLUS!

A unique "Business Matchmaking Program": Featuring industrial part-makers, major corporations and all who are involved with the manufacture and procurement of industrial parts. SUBCON's Matchmaking Program has a proven record. Last year, the number of pairings was 3,500, which resulted in business transactions valued at more than 7 billion baht. This figure confirmed SUBCON Thailand as a key ASEAN Subcontracting hub and a central location for industrial part-makers and industrial part buyers.

SUBCON Thailand 2014 is co-located with INTERMACH - ASEAN's Leading Industrial Machinery and Subcontracting Exhibition. INTERMACH 2014 will be one of the largest and most comprehensive industrial machinery and equipment displays in the region.

Don't miss it.

You can pre-register FREE online now! www.subconthailand.com

About UBM Asia (Thailand)

UBM Asia (Thailand) is part of UBM Asia, the leading organizer of exhibitions in Asia. Owned by UBM listed on the London Stock Exchange, UBM Asia operates in 18 market sectors with headquarters in Hong Kong. UBM Asia is also the largest exhibition organizer in the two fastest growing markets in the region: China and India; and has a staff of over 1,000 professionals located in 21 major cities.

SUBCON Thailand 2014
Your link to international success!
15 - 17 May 2014
Hall 105, BITEC Bangkok

Contact:

Ms. Pacharapan P., Sales Manager
T. +66-2642-6911 ext. 418
E-mail: [email protected]

SOURCE UBM Asia (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

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