Vietbuild 2019 attracts over 500 foreign businesses

Friday, 2019-09-20 13:19:50
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NDO – The Vietbuild International Exhibition with the theme ‘real estate, architecture and interior and exterior decoration’ will take place in Ho Chi Minh City from September 25 to 29, attracting over 500 foreign businesses.

This information was announced by the Vietbuild International Exhibition’s organising board at a press conference on September 19.

The third Vietbuild expo to be held this year in the city will have 2,500 booths set up by nearly 900 companies from 27 countries and territories, including the US, Greece, Denmark, Russia, France, India, Turkey, Switzerland, Australia, Sweden, England, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Germany, Portugal, the Republic of Korea, Japan , Singapore, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam.

Vietbuild Ho Chi Minh City this time has the largest number of businesses participating so far. In addition, not only does it have the largest the number of booths but it also features many big brands from countries around the world. This is considered a successes for Vietbuild as it receives increasing trust from customers.

In particular, the exhibition brings together many brands with new product lines focusing on smart houses, green materials, green urban areas. In addition, businesses bring advanced technologies in the fields of interior and exterior decoration and household goods for home decoration in association with sustainable development and environmental protection.

Many specialized seminars will take place within the framework of Vietbuild International Exhibition 2019, such as the conference on introducing aluminum products and the most advanced aluminum production processes of Vietnam and China; and the workshops titled "Solutions to reuse rainwater, reduce flooding in urban areas" and "Application of regulations and standards on fire safety design evaluation, fire safety management in construction and operation of buildings".

The exhibition is expected to offer companies a forum to meet, exchange information, explore co-operation prospects, and introduce their latest products and technologies.