About the Thailand Building Fair
This year, Thailand Building Fair (THBF) will be concurrently held with Secutech Thailand from 1 – 3 Nov at the Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre.
With the significant growing trends in green building and sustainability in Thailand, developers and builders emphasis on energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly building design. According to the Thailand 4.0 policy that was planned before the pandemic, Thai smart cities will be acceleratedly built through apply the digitalization like 5G networking, cloud computing, the Internet of things (IoT). Following that, Thailand estimates $57 billion investment in green and sustainable economy including smart electronics and technologies by 2030.
To cope with these trends, THBF will therefore showcase the newest innovative technology and products within the building industry, for instance, building automation systems and products, building energy efficiency and energy, generic cabling systems and products, and electrical engineering products. Through the fair, not only does it provide a platform for exhibitors to present their own brands or products and expand industry networking, but it also enables professional visitors coming across the globe to boost specialist knowledge and find ideal suppliers at one stop building fair. Pre-registration for free admission!
Here you will find a selection of pictures of the show from 2019.
As we are extending our line of products from LEDs to include other technologies to target the global market, we wanted to meet more overseas visitors this year. At the fair, we met visitors from Europe and other parts of the world, who were very interested in the products offered at our booth.
Panasonic has over 40 years of history in Thailand, starting with high-end products before expending our solutions, with 21 companies and 11 factories now operating in the country. We decided to exhibit here to promote all of Panasonic's solutions, especially targeting designers and consultants, because we want to focus on the B2B market right now. Many of the visitors to our booth are consultants, designers, and building owners and we have welcomed over 100 visitors on the first day alone.
Well-known companies such as NEX and Panasonic have introduced interesting IoT lighting and integrated smart home solutions to the fairs, and leading technologies from around the world have been brought by the exhibitors. The fairs have also provided an excellent opportunity for us to gain a comprehensive view on the building, security, lighting and other related sectors, creating room for cross-industry cooperation.
As a lighting manufacturer for energy-saving products based in China, we have previously established connections with buyers from Thailand through other trade fairs, and our visit has allowed us to meet them face-to-face while encountering new potential business opportunities on-site. I think the Thailand market has a lot of potential for targeting hotels and interior design companies.