Torque-Expo Singapore 2017 countdown: 3 weeks to go

Over 50 exhibitors in fasteners, fixings, tools and hardware have signed up to Torque-Expo Singapore’s debut showing, taking place at the award-winning Singapore EXPO Convention & Exhibition Centre in three weeks time.

Companies from Singapore, Vietnam, China and Taiwan will showcase their wares at the B2B buying, selling and networking event. That line-up includes Tri-Star Industries, Special Rivets Corp, Taiwan Industrial Fasteners Institute, Your Choice Fasteners & Tools, Falcon Fastener Co and Jelley Technology. See the full exhibitor list at the official site

Organised by a team with a successful track record in global fastener shows, Torque-Expo Singapore will run over 19-20 September 2017 and attract key decision makers, from stockists and retailers to distributors, wholesalers and manufacturers, as well as associated companies.

The show not only has enviable client entertainment opportunities on the doorstep – from the Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix two days before the show, to the spectacular Marina Bay Sands Hotel and the Gardens by the Bay aerial walkway – but it’s also fantastically located as a stop-off in between visits to factories and businesses in the manufacturing hub of South East Asia.

Singapore powerhouse

Designed as a stop off for visits to key markets and territories in the industry, Torque-Expo Singapore is well connected to nearby industry markets like Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines and Taiwan. Singapore is a significant economic force – it is part of the ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA) and alone handles 593.3 million tonnes of sea cargo, as well as two million tonnes of air cargo (2016). International visitor arrivals are up (16.4 million in 2016) and the total output of the manufacturing sector was at $270.5 billion last year. Singapore’s manufacturing sector employs 227,500 while the construction sector has around 100,900 people working within it.

Visitors can easily jet into the show thanks to nearby Changi Airport, which is connected to 380 cities worldwide, with 7,000 flights every week.

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