The 15th edition of THAIFEX-World of Food Asia concluded earlier this month, attracting a record of over 62,000 trade visitors, an increase of nearly 13% compared with the previous edition in 2017.
Later this year, Sri Lanka will launch a new B2B exhibition addressing the garment and textile machinery segment. The event, InMac, aims to cover the South Asian textile and apparel manufacturing industry by bringing exhibitors from around the region.
Chinaplas 2018, the leading international trade show serving the plastics and rubber industry, concluded its recent edition in Shanghai in late April. The organiser reports that this year’s edition attracted nearly 181,000 professional trade visitors. That figure represents an increase of 22% over the previous edition held in Shanghai in 2016.
Earlier this week, Macau’s Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) released its MICE statistics for the first quarter of 2018. A total of 328 MICE events were held in Macau in the quarter, representing a decrease of 38 events compared with the same quarter last year.
Food&HotelAsia (FHA) and ProWine Asia (Singapore) concluded last month, attracting an impressive 81,896 attendees and over 7,200 trade visitors.
Organised by UBM, FHA 2018 featured 3,500 exhibitors from 76 countries and regions, with 71 international group pavilions, including first time exhibitors from Latvia, Tunisia and Qatar. The 81,896 attendees came from more than 105 countries and regions, representing an increase of 14% compared with the last edition held in 2016.
The Shenyang New World EXPO is now in its second year of operations. The venue held four back-to-back exhibitions at the beginning of its second year, with an average rental space of 21,116 m2. The four exhibitions featured a total of over 10,400 exhibiting companies, attracting just over 13,000 visitors per event day.