Made In Thailand 2011: A Bonanza for Buyers

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BANGKOK, Thailand, Mar. 3/InfoQuest-AsiaNet/ —

     Since 1988, one particular trade show has been attracting a growing number of people in an ever-widening ripple of popularity that has embraced ASEAN, the far east and beyond. That magnetic trade event is “Made in Thailand” — which is to be held for the 23rd time in Bangkok, Thailand next month.

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    As regular visitors are happily aware, “Made in Thailand” is a shoppers’ paradise where only proven quality export products and services are displayed — in a variety equalled only by the bargains being offered. It is also a one-stop sourcing center for business entrepreneurs looking for fine products and ideal business partners.

     With 1,000-plus exhibition booths, pavilions and stalls spread across a temperature-controlled arena of 20,000 square metres, “Made in Thailand” presents an irresistible tableau of technology and talent, innovation and manufacturing, handicraft and heritage; in short, the best from all over Thailand – arranged under product classification for easier inspection: fashion & fabrics, gems & jewelry, food & beverage, health & beauty, home & lifestyle accessories, electric & electronics, auto services & parts, and more.

     Source, select and shop to your heart’s content for selected, premier quality export goods and services in all categories. The spotlight will be trained on special activities like “Product Showcase”, “Thailand’s Brand Design & Innovation” and “Business Matching” as well as the latest manufacturing processes of exceptional Thai products.

     “Made in Thailand 2011” presents five full days of topical discussions, seminars, workshops. This is an unequalled opportunity for business-matching, for that momentous handshake which cements commercial camaraderie and success, an exceptional chance to meet Thai producers and exporters eager to forge international trade partnerships. The first three days are set aside exclusively for these trade people, and on the final two days the doors will be flung open to welcome the public to enjoy the fun-filled stage activities and vie for fabulous prizes.

     This truly impressive and once-a-year chance is not to be missed, so get ready for a shopping trip to Bangkok: “Made in Thailand 2011”, March 9 – 13, 2011, at Challenger Hall 3, IMPACT Muang Thong Thani, just north of Bangkok.

     For further details, please contact:Department of Export Promotion (DEP), Ministry of Commerce, Tel: + 66-2-547-4273, DEP Call Center 1169 or www.depthai.go.th

     SOURCE: Department of Export Promotion (DEP), Ministry of Commerce
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