PS Middle East 2005 Shaping Up in Bahrain

28.10.2005

The inaugural staging of PS Middle East (PSME) 2005 is set to take off on a modest yet significant start at Bahrain International Exhibition Centre (BIEC), Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain, from 14 to 16 November 2005.

PS Middle East 2005 Shaping Up in Bahrain

Realising Bahrain is among the top economies in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) nations and its position as a Regional Hub for Technology and Supply to the Oil, Gas and Petroleum Sector and Water and Waste Community, the organiser, HQ Link Pte Ltd is taking its most established and successful PS show series in Asia to debut in Bahrain.

Ms Dilys Yong Mee Hiong, Group President of HQ Link said, “We see a lot of potential in Bahrain and we are very excited to be the first Asian exhibitions organiser to be setting up an international exhibition here.”

In this inaugural staging, companies from China, the Czech Republic, India, Malaysia, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates have already taken this opportunity to use PSME 2005 as a vehicle to enter the Middle East market.

PSME 2005 – The International Exhibition on Fluid, Air & Gas Handling Systems Incorporating Fluid Power and Control Systems & Instrumentation will comprise five inter-related profiles, namely, Pumps & Systems, Valves & Piping, Compressors & Systems, Fluid Power and Control & Instrumentation.

Held concurrently will be Chemtec Middle East 2005 - the Premier International Exhibition showcasing products, services and new technology that the Chemical Processing industry has to offer, while Envirotec Middle East 2005 - the Premier International Exhibition on Pollution Control & Environmental Management Technology will stage and exhibit on issues pertaining to air pollution and waste control management.

In support of HQ Link’s venture into the Middle Eastern market, Bahrain Convention & Exhibition Bureau and the Ministry of Oil, Kingdom of Bahrain have also offered their support as the Support Organiser for PSME 2005. In addition, many organisations have rendered their support to PSME 2005, making it a well accredited launching platform for many companies.

The Supporting Organisations include:

  • Bahrain Chamber of Commerce & Industry
  • Bahrain Society of Engineers
  • Environmental Engineering Society of Singapore
  • India Pump Manufacturers’ Association
  • Ministry of Industry & Commerce, Kingdom of Bahrain
  • Regional Institute of Environmental Technology, Singapore
  • Singapore Environmental Council
  • Taiwan Fluid Power Association
  • United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO)

At the event, both visitors and exhibiting companies from around the world will be given the unique opportunity to interact, allowing them an opportunity to further understand their project requirements and match the desired technical specifications with the right products and services.

PSME 2005 is expected to help companies pave the way into Bahrain and its neighbouring Middle Eastern countries, providing a platform for industry players to capture immense opportunities available in the industrial, manufacturing and engineering sectors of the region.

For more information and exhibitor highlights, please visit the website.

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