INTERMAT ASEAN 2017 descends on Bangkok to skyrocket the construction industry

Regionally recognized due to its quality of exhibits, the relevance of products showcased, and the diversity of products the show is noted for, INTERMAT ASEAN 2017 serves a burgeoning marketplace for professionals in the field to nurture a strong industry network, consisting of industry leaders, contractors, engineers, commercial builders, developers, facility managers, building managers, building owners, government agencies, media, and many more with an emphasis on five key sectors: Earthmoving & Demolition, Roads, Minerals & Foundations, Lifting, Handling & Transportation, Building & Concrete Industry, and Building Services.

INTERMAT ASEAN will make a splash at Hall 3-4 of the IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center, June 8-10, 2017, and let visitors enjoy exploring the latest innovations as well as technologies, which provide a springboard for local, regional, and worldwide success.  The show is slated to welcome at least 300+ leading companies and more than 1,000 trade visitors roaming the aisles to establish business relations, exchange knowledge, and interact with top players during the 3-day show.

While the Thai construction industry is on the rise, infrastructure developments have been evolved rapidly throughout the country. The Thai Shopping Center Association announced that shopping mall developers invested more than 150 billion baht to expand their retail space from 18 to 21 million square meters in three year.

“INTERMAT ASEAN serves to be an effective industry platform to capitalize on the rapid developments of the building and construction industry in Thailand and Southeast Asia. This event strategically organized in line with the information of the ASEAN economic community (AEC), which will present plenty of trade and investment opportunities in the building and construction sector for the entire region,” said Loy Joon How, General Manager of IMPACT Exhibition Management Co., Ltd.

According to Nattaphorn Bhromsuthi, Vice President of the Thai Constructors Association and Chairman of the ASEAN Construction Federation, Thailand is expect to be the largest market for construction in the ASEAN region, accounting for about US$30-35 billion, more than Singapore’s US$18-25 billion and Malaysia’s US$25-30 billion.