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THAIFEX - World of food ASIA - Exhibition
  Date: Thursday, March 22, 2018  3/22/2018 9:24:43 PM

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Subject: Thailand - ++ Demand ++ -15th edition hosting the largest contingent of global buyers at an F&B tradeshow in the region

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BANGKOK, 15 MARCH 2018 – Organizers of the 15th edition of THAIFEX-
World of Food Asia – Koelnmesse Pte Ltd, the Department of International
Trade Promotion (DITP), and the Thai Chamber of Commerce (TCC) – today
announced the trade show’s return from 29 May to 02 June 2018 at an official
press conference. New programs targeted to further boost business
conversations and transactions are unveiled.

Boosting business opportunities

The gateway to ASEAN’s food and beverage (F&B) industry, THAIFEX-World of
Food Asia is strategically positioned to penetrate the region that is expected to
grow 5.1 per cent in 2018[1] and projected to rank as the fourth largest
economy by 2050[2].

To devote more time and open up opportunities for business, five days will be
dedicated for trade visitors, up from three in 2017, to host an expected 60,000
trade visitors from all over the world. This is a 10 per cent increase from the
number of visitors last year.

An expanded and improved hosted buyer program will also facilitate trade and
commerce for over 3,000 buyers. This is the largest contingent of buyers hosted
at an F&B trade show – a feat made possible only by the unique synergistic
partnership between the private and public sector organizers of the show. Key
hosted buyers include Capital Retail Limited (Myanmar), Indoguna (Cambodia),
Kaimay Trading (Singapore), PANDURASA KHARISMA (Indonesia), PHDeli
(Philippines), and Premium Distribution (Myanmar).

“THAIFEX-World of Food Asia is the show that the F&B industry must be at if
they are looking for trade opportunities in the ASEAN and Indochina regions.
The inclusion of new elements over the years are indicative of the fast-changing
environment, and it is crucial that we continue to strengthen our offerings to
deliver the best experience for business networking,” said Mathias Kuepper,
Managing Director at Koelnmesse Pte Ltd, organizer of THAIFEX-World of
Food Asia 2018. “It is three months prior to the event, and we are already
recording very positive registration figures as well as sign-ups for the hosted
buyer program. Numbers speak for themselves, and these are a testament to
the event’s ability to provide a highly valuable platform for visitors and exhibitors
to congregate. ”

Chantira Jimreivat Vivatrat, Director-General, Department of International Trade
Promotion, also commented on how THAIFEX-World of Food Asia opens up the
global market to the country’s players in the industry. “Thailand is the largest
food exporter in Southeast Asia, with the country’s food exports forecast to
reach US$27.4b this year, according to Deputy Prime Minister Somkid
Jatusripitak. We are always striving to boost the potential of Thai players so that
they become competent and competitive to help them sustainably and
efficiently operate in global markets, and THAIFEX-World of Food Asia is the
optimal platform for this.”

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Company Name: THAIFEX - World of food ASIA - Exhibition
Name: Bernadette Schreimel
Address: IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center, Muang Thong Thani, 99 Popular Road, Banmai Subdistrict, Pakkred District Bangkok, Thailand
ZIP: 11120
Telephone: +66 2622 1860
Fax: +66 2622 1880
e-mail: [email protected]
WEB page: http://www.worldoffoodasia.com
Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0SCYARAZG4&feature=player_embedded
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