Asia’s Specialised Exhibition for Pumps, Valves, Pipes & Fittings

30.01.2003

Due to a greater demand this year, Pumps & Valves Asia is a stand-alone exhibition which will be much more focus than ever. The exhibition will draw more targeted visitors and provide more concentrated product promotions.

Asia’s Specialised Exhibition for Pumps, Valves, Pipes & Fittings

With the enhanced regional promotional campaigns, especially in Vietnam, Malaysia, and Singapore, the organizers anticipate a larger attendance from neighboring countries.

The promotional campaigns and activities will ensure that the database of more than 100,000 trade buyers know about the exhibition and its unrivalled display of new technology and services. The major promotional channels are direct mail to local and overseas markets, regional advertising, exclusive power card, response-generating advertising, advertorials, public relations and conferences/seminars.

Recognised as a leading exhibition for pumps, valves, pipes and fitting's hardware, Pumps & Valves Asia 2003 will be officially supported by Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand. In this year show, EGAT will present its own "Energy and Environment Pavillion".

Pumps & Valves Asia 2003

July 24-27, 2003

Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre

Bangkok, Thailand

Source: Informa PLC

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