First Staging of Bevtec Asia Draws 112 Exhibitors to Bangkok's BITEC

June 9, 2015

With 112 exhibitors and visitors representing 890 beverage producers, suppliers and industry-related companies from 30 countries, the inaugural staging of Bevtec Asia 2015, Asia’s Biennial International Drink Manufacturing Exhibition and Conference, in Bangkok was established the event as the largest dedicated drink manufacturing platform for Southeast Asia.

Jointly organized by Messe Düsseldorf Asia and Asian Exhibition Services Ltd., Bevtec Asia 2015 showcased the complete scope of technology, products and equipment for beverage production in Asia - from laboratory to ingredients, processing, bottling and labeling to storage, distribution and marketing on 43,000 square feet of net exhibit space at BITEC.

The 3-day International Beverage Conference and the ASEAN Beverage Forum complemented the exhibits.

Exhibitors praised the quality and professionalism of the attendees. Max Duclot, Zone Senior Aseptic Specialist & Senior Dairy Officer at Sidel South Asia Pacific Ltd., said, “We are very happy to be Gold sponsors of the Bevtec exhibition. The market is growing very fast and this exhibition is a very good way to support the business in the industry”.

Representatives from key beverage companies visiting Bevtec Asia 2015 included Alcidini Winery, Asahi, Beer Thai, Black Canyon, Boon Rawd, Carabao, Coca Cola, Cosmos Brewery, Diageo Moet Hennessey, Dutch Mill, Green Spot, Haad Tip, Ichitan, Indo China Beverages, Lactasoy, Malee, Mitrphol, Oishi, Osotspa, Nestlé and Pepsico as well as Saha, Sakol Beverage, Sappe, Sermsuk, Siam Winery, Singha Corporation, Sky Cider, T.C. Pharmaceutical, Thai Bev, ThaiMilk, ThaiNamThip and Tipco.

The international participation at Bevtec Asia 2015 was high. Companies included Bhutan Agro Industries, Nest Ankor (Cambodia), Bel Canto Coffee (Indonesia), F&N (Malaysia), San Miguel, Coca-Cola Far East (Singapore), Loi Hein Alpine Water (Myanmar), Bavi Milk, Suntory and Vietnam Beer.

The highest Asian attendance at Bevtec Asia 2015 from outside of Thailand came from Vietnam, followed by Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, Myanmar, India, Philippines, Indonesia, Cambodia, China, Bhutan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Lao and Iran. Overall, 15.9% of the trade buyers were from overseas.

Bevtec Asia 2015 was supported by the Ministry of Industry, the Department of Industrial Promotion, TISTR, under the Ministry of Science & Technology, TCEB, under the Office of the Prime Minister, the Thai Beverage Industry Association and the 3R Foundation, under the Federation of Thai Industries, as well as the Food Science & Technology Association of Thailand, the National Food Institute and the Vietnam Beer Alcohol Beverage Association.

“This event helps us to achieve our objective of developing and promoting the beverage industry, ensuring that we remain competitive with international standards and expectations,” said Dr. Nguyen Van Viet, Chairman of the Vietnam Beer Alcohol Beverage Association.

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