Fespa Asia heading to Bangkok

For 2018, Fespa Asia will be held in Bangkok at the Bitec exhibition cente with the event hosts aiming to build on the success of the 2017 event and deliver the ASEAN region's premier event for the wide format, screen, textile print and signage markets.

The exhibition will be held from February 22-24.

Fespa Asia says next year’s exhibition will provide print service providers and signage professionals, as well as textile specialists, with the chance to see the latest product innovations and applications in the market and discover new opportunities for business growth.

The exhibition will feature more than 100 exhibiting companies, with many leading international brands already confirmed to participate including M&R, Siser, d.gen, Multicam, JK Group, Caldera, Fimor, Sensient and Hexis, the official World Wrap Masters Partner.

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Roz Guarnori, divisional director at Fespa says, “Having delivered a successful event in 2017, we are delighted to have such strong commitment from many major international companies for FESPA Asia 2018 and such resounding endorsement from a broad spectrum of regional Associations. Visitors from across the ASEAN region can benefit from the opportunity to access such diverse international exhibitors all under one roof in Bangkok."

Visitors to FESPA Asia 2018 will also have access to a focused programme of educational and inspirational content including a textile printing workshop, the Wrap Masters Asia and a series of seminars featuring notable speakers from Asia and beyond. International visitors travelling to FESPA Asia can take advantage of discounted flights with Thai Airways. For more information on how to benefit from cheaper rates, visitors should visit the FESPA Asia website.

The inaugural Fespa Asia, which took place from 15 to 17 February this year, attracted over 4,500 regional and international visitors. Attendees travelled from 63 countries, with the largest delegations coming from Thailand, Singapore, India, China and Malaysia.

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