Electrical technology & equipment exhibition to kick off in HCM City hinh anh 1Information on the exhibitions on official website of C.I.S Vietnam Advertising & Exhibition JSC (Source: vietnam-ete.com)

HCM City (VNA) – The 11th International Exhibition on Electrical Technology & Equipment (Vietnam ETE 2018) and the 8th International Exhibition on Products, Technologies of Energy Saving & Green Power 2018 (Enertec Expo 2018) will simultaneously open in Ho Chi Minh City on July 18.

The two-day events, jointly held by the municipal Department of Industry and Trade, the Centre of Supporting Industries Development, and C.I.S Vietnam Advertising & Exhibition JSC, will take place at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Centre in District 7.

They will draw the participation of nearly 200 businesses, including renowned domestic and foreign-funded firms in Vietnam like the Ho Chi Minh City Power Company, Vietnam Electrical Equipment Joint Stock Corporation, Panasonic, Dien Quang Lamp JSC and Megasun JSC.

There will also be hundreds of booths run by foreign enterprises from 10 countries and territories, including Germany, France, Sweden, the US, the Republic of Korea, China, and Thailand.

The exhibitions will feature a networking space, gathering close to 50 foreign firms, who are looking for business partners in Vietnam.

On the sidelines, there will be symposium on guiding enterprises’ application of the national set of standards for energy-saving construction projects. It is expected to discuss relevant topics on public management and experience in the management and building of these projects.    

Fact-finding tours to leading Vietnamese companies in HCM City and neighbouring localities will be organised to help investors gain an insight of their production capacity and operations.

Currently, Vietnamese mechanical companies are able to produce more than 90 percent of spare parts and key equipment for the national grid. Many local businesses have become credible partners of the world’s top groups. They are striving to boost export of electric equipment to Southeast Asian, South American and African markets.-VNA