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Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Thailand Lab International in 2020
Jan 08 2020 Read 367 Times
Thailand Lab International 2019 ended successfully and achieved record-breaking numbers of trade visitors of 10,859 from 59 countries. This figure shows a 19% growth from the last edition. 255 exhibiting companies showcased their innovative and new technology products, representing more than 550 of global brands within 12,500 m2. of exhibiting area. Country pavilions such as China, India, South Korea and Italy were presented, as well as a special area for Lab Service, Startups and a Business Partnering Zone.
Thailand Lab International 2019 achieved a 70% exhibitor retention rate. For those interested in becoming part of this success and to establish new business platforms for the laboratory industry in Asia, please contact the International Market Developer at firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 April 2020 and secure a special rate.
Thailand Lab International is one of Asia’s leading laboratory exhibitions. The 2020 event will showcase laboratory equipment covering areas of Analytical & Testing, Calibration & Metrology, Clinical & Diagnostic, Environmental & Safety and Research & Development. Thailand Lab International will be held from 16-18 September 2020 EH 102-104, BITEC, Bangkok and will celebrate its 10th Anniversary during the event. Many business networking activities such as online/offline business matching program, buyer tours, hosted buyer programs and a networking night function, as well as a variety of conference topics will be held along with the exhibition.
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