Fireworks to Hold 3 Big Exhibitions on Marine and Energy Industries

Fireworks Media (Thailand) Co. Ltd. is going to simultaneously launch three exhibitions: Thailand Marine & Offshore Expo (TMOX) 2020, Oil & Gas Thailand (OGET) 2020 and Powerex Asia 2020. Covering over 3,000 sq. m. areas, the event will take place at Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Center (BITEC) in Bang Na, Bangkok, between 25 and 27 November 2020.

Over 200 brands of modern technology products and equipment from world-leading companies are showcased there with more than 3,500 industrial entrepreneurs. Most of them come from Harbor Department, Laem Chabang Port, Bangkok Dock Company Limited, Office of Promoting Conventions and Exhibitions (Public Organization), Asian Marine Services Public Co. Ltd., Energy Ministry, Industry Ministry, Provincial Electricity Authority, EGAT Academy, Petroleum Institute of Thailand and PTT Public Co. Ltd. among others.

                 Ms. Poontarika Saenrit, the manager of Fireworks Media (Thailand) Co. Ltd., announced that it was the fifth year that the three events had been simultaneously launched because each of them related to one another. The major aim is to showcase products and technology on the biggest off-shore industries, ship building and shipping in Thailand. There are many leading companies on ship building, design and construction businesses as well as operation concerning ship business, building, repairing, navigation, transport and other off-shore industries from up to down streams of international levels altogether to present development and the latest technology on the concerned industries. Doing so will make the country as advanced as others in the world.

                 It is the 10th year that Oil & Gas Thailand (OGET) 2020 has been organized as the biggest and complete event of oil, gas and petrochemical products and technology in Thailand. It incorporates local and international leading business companies on oil and gas from the up and down streams. Also, there are a lot of specialists on the industry and academic seminars on oil and gas organized by specialized lecturers to talk about the latest development in oil, gas and petrochemical industries at present.

                 The Powerex Asia 2020 which has been organized for the third year is considered the biggest exhibition on electrical energy products and technology in ASEAN. It enables local and foreign entrepreneurs and investors as well as interested people to experience electrical innovations and have opportunities to participate in academic seminars on energy with specialists on the specific and other areas. Doing so will allow them to learn about the most recent innovations and technology.

                 In addition, seminars on 13 topics will be held throughout the event. To name but a few are Ways of adjustment to cope with marine fuel business crisis effects in Thailand and how to revive the business by Mr. Kosit Feungsawad, the board member of Sea Oil Petrochemical Public Co. Ltd., and specialists on geology, geophysics and petroleum exploration and production businesses, Challenges and opportunities in storing gas as ice by Pramote Rangsanwichit, Ph. D., the dean of Chulalongkorn University’s Petroleum and Petrochemical College, and The future of ship building, repairing and off-shore engineering in Thailand under EEC’s policy and the National Economic Development Plan by Atthasit Kochaiyapruek, Ph. D., the board manager of Unithai Shipyard and Engineering Co. Ltd.

                 Ms. Poontarika added that the company also organized a hybrid exhibition which is in the form of physical exhibition along with the virtual one so that overseas participants who are unable to come here can visit the venue on-line throughout the period of the event. The available site is https://bit.ly/3l0OWjJ.

                 “Thailand Marine & Offshore Expo (TMOX) 2020”, “Oil & Gas Thailand (OGET) 2020” and “Powerex Asia 2020” will take place from 25 to 27 November 2020 between 10.30 a.m. and 5 p.m. at Hall 103 of BITEC in Bang Na. This year, special measures to safeguard and monitor COVID-19 infection are specially imposed with concerns on safety of both organizers and participants.