1. Exhibition information:
Exhibition time: September 20-22, 2023
Venue: Bangkok, Thailand
Exhibition Organizer: Thailand IMPACT Group
Exhibition cycle: once a year
2. Brief introduction of the exhibition:
On the basis of successfully holding construction machinery exhibitions and construction concrete exhibitions for many years, the exhibition will be renamed BUILDING CONSTRUCTION EXPO in 2022. It is sponsored by the authoritative organizer IMPACT Group in Thailand. The exhibition is held every year with an exhibition scale of 10,000 square meters. There are more than 150 merchants, and LED EXPO THAILAND is held at the same time. It is an influential international construction engineering exhibition in the ASEAN region. It aims to focus on the future and showcase new products leading the 4.0 digital era of future construction engineering. Well-known companies exhibited in the past include Xugong Group, Shantui, Sany Heavy Industry, FAW Group, Zoomlion, Liugong Group, Xiagong Group, Changlin Group, CASE, LIEBHERR, HYUNDAI, KOMATSU, TADANO, Putzmeister, Everdigm , Cenie, BKT, YANMAR, etc.
The economic development of the 10 ASEAN countries is seriously unbalanced, and Singapore’s per capita GDP is 50 times that of Myanmar. ASEAN’s economic development mainly relies on natural resources, agriculture, and garment manufacturing (except Singapore). The export of natural resources accounts for more than 50% of ASEAN’s total exports, and the export of agricultural products accounts for 17% of ASEAN’s total exports. The infrastructure of ASEAN countries is generally backward, especially in terms of electricity, roads, ports, and railways. In recent years, ASEAN countries have increased their efforts in infrastructure construction. According to the development needs of their own countries and regions, ASEAN countries have listed urgently needed infrastructure projects according to their respective national characteristics, and have been supported by many countries and international organizations, including China. support. For example, high-speed rail development projects in Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia, Cambodia port development projects, Myanmar power development and oil pipeline projects, Brunei oil and gas exploration and storage projects, etc. According to the data released by the Ministry of Industry of Thailand, the Thai government plans to invest 1.78 billion US dollars in 2018–2022