VIETWATER 2016. Photo credit: UBM Asia (Malaysia)
VIETWATER, organised by UBM Asia, will hold its ninth edition at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, from the 8th to the 10th of November 2017. An integrated business platform where international enterprises, local companies, trade professionals, government delegates, key decision-makers, and consultants can mingle, VIETWATER 2017 will bring more than 450 leading water companies together to showcase their advanced solutions and innovative products for all segments of the water industry.
According to VIETWATER, more than 90 per cent of booth spaces have been snapped up by leading players in the water arena, including in water supply, wastewater treatment, and sewerage, among others.
Big names in the industry such as Tsurumi, Veolia, and Ebara, among many others, will be present at the exhibition, alongside big local players like Binh Minh, Bhat Anh, and Vucico, and more.
“Considering the potential development of Vietnam in environment-related industries; especially the water industry, we have decided to join VIETWATER for the second time, marking a unique partnership between Germany and Vietnam,” Mr Nguyen Dac Hoan, Representative of German Water Partnership in Vietnam, Director of DEVIWAS project, said. “This year, we will bring in a German Pavilion, allowing German enterprises many opportunities to meet up with 14,000 trade visitors and learn about the Vietnam’s growing market for their further investment.”
Considered one of the leading water forums that give valued insights into Vietnam’s water operations and management as well as global water-related information and trends, with the theme “Improving the quality of Water Supply and Sanitation Services through Innovation, Technologies upgrading and effective utility management”, the exhibition promises to bring some well-known local and international speakers.
For the third time, VIETWATER will be co-located with Vietnam’s Leading Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Exhibition, RE & EE Vietnam 2017, bringing the water and energy industries together once again, and showcasing a rich spectrum of water resources and energy generation.