Many Vietnamese companies will for the first time exhibit products at Thailand's largest exhibition on manufacturing and support industries in Bangkok from June 21-24.
The Manufacturing Expo will have four main shows on plastics and rubber manufacturing, mold and die manufacturing, auto parts manufacturing and industrial automation and assembly technologies.
Three related shows will feature a sourcing hub for industrial parts, technologies for electronics manufacturing and the textile and garment industries, according to Chainarong Limpkittisin, managing director of Reed Tradex.
Supported by the Government, Vietnamese companies will display support-industry products, including auto and electronic parts, at the Viet Nam Pavilion.
The event is expected to create opportunities for Vietnamese businesses to market their products and discover new business opportunities.
It will also include professional conferences where leading experts, including one from the Viet Nam Textile and Apparel Association, will present the latest advances in various fields.
The expo is expected to welcome 60,000 visitors.
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