2023 Valve World Asia Expo & Conference to be held in Singapore

“Valve World” series of exhibitions and conferences started in Europe in 1998, and then spread to the Americas, Asia and other major markets around the world, and over years has already been widely recognized as the most influential and professional event in the valve industry. Valve World Asia Expo & Conference began in 2005, located in Asia’s largest market – China. So far, the biennial Valve World Asia Expo & Conference has been successfully held in Shanghai and Suzhou for nine times. It has become the most important and popular valve industry event in Asia, and has played an important role in the communication of market supply and demand, especially in building the platform connecting manufacturers, end users, EPC companies, third-party institutes and industry players of all the links. On October 26-27, 2023, Valve World Asia Expo & Conference will move from China to Singapore, helping global valve suppliers open up the flourishing Southeast Asian market, bringing more business opportunities and fostering new highlights of growth in the valve market.

Although Southeast Asia lags behind China in terms of population and market size, it is an economic force to be reckoned with when viewed globally. In recent years, most countries in Southeast Asia, such as Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines, Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, etc. are actively developing infrastructure projects and overall economy, gradually becoming a popular area for import and export trade and the implementation of major projects. Southeast Asia is no doubt quite an important region where global projects gather, which has a broad market demand and market prospect.

Be a part the worlds’ premier valve event and network with the leading minds driving ahead innovation and excellence in the fields of valve manufacture, use and maintenance. Check the official website or contact the organizer team for more information.

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