Asia’s most well-attended and go-to sourcing platform revs up momentum this year by co-locating with GarageXpo 2019 and Automotive Aftermarket Asia 2019.
This move brings together an even more comprehensive community of automotive players in manufacturing, distribution, wholesale, retreading and fleet operation as well as car workshop owners and aftermarket accessory enthusiasts.
Known in the tire industry as the only show of its kind that attracts a high 80 percent attendance from quality buyers and visitors in Asia Pacific, Tyrexpo Asia 2019 also welcomes 80 first-time companies such as Tionale Pte Ltd from Singapore, Magna Tyres from the Netherlands, Globe Tyres from Poland, Sailun Tyres from China and Davanti Tyres, which is launching a new range of all-terrain tyres.
Further strengthened by the presence of globally recognised brands such as Aeolus Tyres, Ling Long Tires, Nexen, Stamford Tyres and Vee Rubber, this year’s edition expects to receive over 5,000 attendees from about 80 countries.
Said Ian Wu, Director (Healthcare – Tech) of SingEx Exhibitions: “Tyrexpo Asia, now in its 12th year, was built with an intricate understanding of our customers’ unique needs and wants, specifically in Asia. Through our close connections to the industries that we serve, we have been able to dive deep into market needs and trends.
“Recognising the needs of the industry, Tyrexpo Asia has been curated to reflect the key needs and challenges of the community and we are confident that we have provided an ideal platform that meets the needs of the industry and creates a truly enabling environment for buyers and sellers,” Said Mr Wu. Trading deals at Tyrexpo Asia are targeted and focused, with potential partnership outcomes resulting from more than 75 percent of business-matching appointments.
Enabling business via learning
Besides generating commercial activity, Tyrexpo Asia is also a valuable platform that springboards onto learning as the broader agenda since the show is a pillar component of the World Rubber Week, which comprises the World Rubber summit. The conference programme tackles practical topics that enable attendees to grow their business from a short- to long-term ROI perspective.
Tyrexpo Asia 2019 partners Enterprise Singapore and the IRSG to form the key pillars of the World Rubber Week, which brings together the entire rubber and tyre ecosystem from plantation owners, rubber product manufacturers and distributors to retailers via the World Rubber Summit and Tyrexpo Asia.
Themed ‘From Evolution to Revolution: New Paths for the Rubber Economy”, the World Rubber Summit will feature topics on Sustainability of Rubber, Innovative Solutions and key dialogues with policy makers, with speakers such as Mrs Fazilet Cinaralp, Secretary-General of ETRMA, Mr Daniele Lorenzetti of Apollo Tyres and Mr Nicolas Petit of UNDP.
The 12th edition of Tyrexpo Asia set to gather about close to 6,000 industry players in the Asia Pacific from March 19 – 21 at the Singapore EXPO Hall.