Torque Expo Singapore
Serving the South East Asia market, the event will serve as a networking and sales event for the distribution network for fasteners, fixings, tools, hardware and related industries.
The show is well located for one and two day visits from senior buyers and executives in the region looking to renew existing contacts and source new products.
Due to growing global interest, space has been allocated for country pavilions at the show, including for Singapore, Taiwan, China and Thailand, with the most recent exhibitor to sign up – Singapore-based Tri-Star Industries PTE.
Not only is the exhibition well located for business, but it takes place just days after the Formula 1 Grand Prix at the famous Marina Bay Street Circuit. Torque-Expo has previously been held at Silverstone race circuit, Great Britain, and is organised by a team that is highly experienced in creating successful global fastener exhibitions.
Jerry Ramsdale, Torque-Expo Singapore Show Director, said: “We can’t wait to bring Torque-Expo to Singapore. This is chance to mix two busy days of buying and selling in a spectacular setting, which has the exciting Formula 1 Grand Prix taking place just two days before the show. It’s going to be a great week!
“With the well-connected Changi Airport on the doorstep and the country pavilions now in place, everything is in place for Torque-Expo Singapore to be an essential industry event for South East Asia. We look forward to welcoming you at the show.”
Torque-Expo Singapore is the first of three business-to-business shows run by the same organiser, taking place over the next 14 months. The Singapore show will be followed by another globally focused show in Amsterdam (20-21 June 2018) and then in Coventry in Great Britain (3-4 October), mainly for the UK and Republic of Ireland.
To book your stand contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0) 1727 739160 and we will put you in touch with your local sales agent. Preregister your visit at www.torque-expo.com
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