Tyrexpo Asia 2015, the 10th show in this series, is once again looking to break records in terms of number of exhibitors. The show, which is staged in Singapore, will introduce several new features for visitors including a larger floor plan for additional booths.
Tyrexpo Asia 2013 attracted visitors from 93 different countries, and so far, 206 companies from 20 countries are confirmed as exhibitors for next year’s show.
Among the new attractions making their debut at the show will be “TireTalk,” a series of open and comprehensive seminars hosted by tire industry experts with the focus on contemporary issues and challenges for the future. An all-new Workshop Equipment and Tire Accessories Zone also will be featured at the show which will act as a hub where both exhibitors and visitors can congregate to exchange ideas and discuss business.
Aloysius Arlando, CEO of show organizer SingEx Holdings, says, “Tyrexpo Asia has steadily evolved into the region’s leading tire show that is synonymous with high-caliber exhibitors and products, and quality buyers. Now in its 10th year, Tyrexpo Asia has expanded with new and innovative elements that will meet the myriad needs of both the buyers and sellers, and cast the spotlight on salient issues and regulations that impact the tire trade industry as a whole. SingEx-ECI International will continue to push the boundaries and set new benchmarks for the show in tandem with the demands of the industry in the region.”
Among the leading global players which will be showcasing their products at Tyrexpo Asia are: Stamford Tyres, Deestone, CEAT, Kenda, SD-International and Hangzhou ZhongCe. With seven months to go before the show, SingEx-ECI International envisions more leading names will commit to exhibiting.
Pre-registration for the show starts in October. For more information, see www.singex.com.
Bob Ulrich was named Modern Tire Dealer editor in August 2000. He joined the magazine in 1985 as assistant editor, and has been responsible for gathering statistical information for MTD's "Facts Issue" since 1993.