BEX Asia 2010 returns bigger and better

KUALA LUMPUR: Build Eco Xpo (BEX) Asia 2010, which will take place from Sept 13 - 15 in Singapore, is expected to attract over 7,000 visitors this year.

The upcoming third BEX event will feature 200 companies from over 20 countries showcasing their latest environmentally friendly building technologies, products, concepts and solutions, it said in a statement on August 12.

Among the big names expected to take part in the expo are include BASF, Carrier, EnGro Corporation, Johnson Controls and Trane.

It will take place at the new Sands Expo and Convention Centre at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.

As its name implies, the exhibition will shine the spotlight on green building architecture, design, products, practices and technologies for environmental sustainability.

BEX also aims to bring together industry practitioners, professionals and key buyers across to region for networking and business opportunities with Southeast Asia’s growing economies.

Apart from browsing the exhibits, participants can also attend workshops, tours and talks throughout the exhibition.

“BEX Asia is quickly establishing itself as a must-attend event in the industry by offering a platform for exhibitors to present their products and to educate potential customers on the benefits of their solutions,” said Reed Exhibitions managing director Michelle Lim.

Reed Exhibition is the event's organiser.

BEX will be staged alongside the World Green Building Council International Congress 2010, which will be held in Asia for the first time, as well as the inaugural Green Building conference held by the Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC).

These events are part of the lead up to World Green Building Day on Sept 23.

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