Show Name "Vietnam International Construction & Building Exhibition" (VICB 2008)
"International Exhibition on Refrigeration, Air-Conditioning, Heating & Ventilation Systems" (RAHV VIETNAM 2008)
"Vietnam International Security System & Fire Protection Equipment and Technology Exhibition" (SECURITY & FIRE - VIETNAM 2008)
Show Date 25 - 27 June 2008Venue “HIECC” Ho Chi Minh City International Exhibition & Convention Center
A close touch in terms of the increase of the show scale has proven its new level of achievement with a remarkable record of 102 exhibitors (45% increase compare to 2006) signed up from 16 countries and regions. Department of Export Promotion from Thailand has formed the Thai Pavilion of 18 companies to join the fair indicating the dynamism of the Vietnam construction, building & HVAC market. China, Italy, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the host country Vietnam are particularly strong represented among new exhibitors.
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