VIETWATER 2011 – 3rd Vietnam International Water & Wastewater Industry Show


The largest Vietnamese trade show in water and wastewater industry, VIETWATER 2011, the 3rd International Water & Wastewater Industry Show, will be held again from 24-26 November 2011 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

VIETWATER 2011 is organized by AMB Exhibitions Sdn Bhd in cooperation with the Vietnam Water Supply Association. Merebo Messe Marketing based in Hamburg/Germany is in charge of the "Europe, America & Australia Pavilion" dedicated to companies, associations, chambers and trade press of these regions.

220 exhibitors from 24 countries and more than 5500 trade visitors attended the last VIETWATER in 2010. Concurrently held with VIETWATER 2011 at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Centre is VIETBREW 2011, Vietnam s Brewing Ingredients and Technology Show.

Source: MEREBO GmbH

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