Growing list of exhibitors up the ante ahead of SIMA ASEAN

Impact2Bangkok’s Impact Exhibition Centre will host the first ever SIMA ASEAN from 17-19 September 2015, as organisers have claimed a 90 per cent booking rate for the show

Along with COMEXPOSIUM, IMPACT is set to welcome major agriculture equipment manufacturers, traders, dealers, farmers and buyers to explore the myriad opportunities and learn about the latest trends in agriculture at the venue that’s spread across 10,000 sqm.

Organisers are confident that the show presents the readiness and confidence to drive entrepreneurs and farmers to experience ground-breaking innovation, technologies, agricultural machinery and equipment from more than 200 leading exhibiting companies and 300 brands across the world.

Suwit Chaikiattiyos, inspector general of the Thai Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, said, “The ministry is proud and honoured to be invited by IMPACT to be a co-host to organise SIMA ASEAN Thailand 2015, which is exactly in line with the Ministry’s key objectives to encourage farmers to achieve good quality of life and produce quality food, and to become a solid foundation of the local industry to generate income for the nation.”

Thailand is a major exporter of agricultural products in Asia, and the show could present more production opportunities for the nation, added Chaikiattiyos. Eventually, this could lead to an increase in business for the ASEAN Economic Community. The ministry is expected to send representatives from the Department of Agriculture, Rice Department of Thailand, Department of Livestock Development, Department of Fisheries and the Queen Sirikit Department of Sericulture to showcase the latest agricultural innovation and technologies.


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