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ASEAN (Bangkok) Toys and Preschool Expo is the only professional entertainment equipment event in Thailand, which gathers all kinds of indoor children's preschool equipment, toy manufacturers in Bangkok, showing the latest developments of amusement and leisure equipment industries in Thailand. The exhibition is attended by companies from more than 10 countries and regions and professional audiences from Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Laos, Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Myanmar, China, Korea, India, Chinese Taiwan, Netherlands, Russia, Spain, UK, etc.. With the booming economic Thailand…Find out more »
Vend ASEAN, the one and only vending machine & self-service facilities trade show in ASEAN region, will work together with the leading vending show in Europe-Venditalia. The cooperation between Vend ASEAN and Venditalia is a good way to take advantage of each other's strengths in Asian and European market CONFIDA, the organizer of Vend Venditalia, will work as the co-organizer of International Vending Conference 2019, co-located with Vend ASEAN 2019. For more information about the conference, please visit: http://www.vendasean.com/article/show_article.php?id=197 During…Find out more »
TAAPE 2019 is the first and only professional Amusement show in Thailand. The show will bring as many as manufacturers producing indoor amusement products for children, mechanical amusement products, amusement products of Water theme park and Carnivals, gathering Bangkok to showcase the latest development of Entertainment and Leisure industry in Thailand. It will attract the companies from over 20 countries and professional visitors from Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Laos, Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Burma, China, Korea, India, Taiwan, Netherlands, Russia, Spain and…Find out more »
Thailand already leads South-East Asia in renewable energy installed capacity, and it has ambitious plans to develop the sector further. A study conducted by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) indicates that Thailand could actually achieve 37% renewables whilst also reducing energy costs and saving around $8b per year by 2036. Running parallel to the renewable initiative is The Smart Grid initiative which is part of the Ministry of Energy’s Master Plan. (The Solar Show, Power & Electricity Show, The Smart…Find out more »