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Industrial exhibition to be held in August

Industrial exhibition to be held in August

The Kingdom is set to jointly hold its 8th Cambodia International Machinery Industry Fair and 8th Cambodia International Textile & Garment Industry Exhibition next month, said a press release on Monday.

The event, which will exhibit new technologies in the industrial sector, will be held between August 22 and 25 at Koh Pich in Phnom Penh’s Tonle Bassac commune.

“After a decade of steady economic growth, Cambodia has become an attractive investment destination in Asia. However, it has recently faced some challenges as well.

“Embracing new technology and upgrading industrial equipment is one of the most effective solutions to improve production efficiency and remain competitive in the global market,” said the release.

The event’s more than 280 booths have been reserved by some 200 companies from 15 countries and regions to showcase their innovative products and solutions, it said.

The booths will be varied in categories, such as plastics, printing, packaging, agriculture, auto parts, automation, hardware and tools, electrical engineering, and of course, textile and garments.

“With such a strong presence of international brands at this one-stop business platform, visitors will be able to locate a particular supplier of whatever industrial products they are looking for,” it said.

At the event, industrial sector professionals will share their thoughts with the audience and explain the Cambodian market.


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