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INTERMACH & SUBCON Myanmar 2016
INTERMACH & SUBCON MYANMAR 2016 is the 4th Edition of Myanmar's Leading International Industrial Machinery and Subcontracting Exhibition. It is set to be another blockbuster. The show has established itself as a key event for entrepreneurs and is now recognized as a must-attend event for those in the manufacturing industry. The show also creates excellent opportunities to establish business partnerships with local and international exhibiting companies.
The 2016 event will again showcase the latest industrial machinery, tooling equipment, accessories and industrial parts. It has also proven to be the perfect place to link businesses and source new technologies. The exhibition further enhances Myanmar's manufacturing industry in terms of product quality and capabilities.
After considering the opportunities in Myanmar, UBM ASEAN - a world leading international industrial exhibition organizer - opened the door to this exciting market by launching INTERMACH MYANMAR in October 2016.
The show was the country’s 1st International Industrial Manufacturing and Subcontracting Exhibition and turned out to be a great success. Over 100 international and local companies from six countries were in attendance including Thailand, Singapore, Taiwan, China, Hong Kong and Myanmar. The event showcased over 500 pieces of machinery, equipment and industrial parts in an unprecedented display never before seen in the country.
Total number of trade visitors for the three day show was over three thousand and they arrived from 13 countries: Australia, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nigeria, Singapore, Sweden, Thailand, the United Kingdom and United States. From survey of attendees, the vast majority of attendees came to inspect new equipment and technology. Their recommendations would then be passed on to Chief Operating Officers for buying decisions. Nevertheless, almost 10% made actual buying decisions at the event itself – a very positive beginning that bodes well for the future of business in Myanmar.