SIMA, the international trade show for agriculture suppliers, has associated with IMPACT, a Thai trade show organizer, to create a new SIMA show and access the whole ASEAN region. The first edition will take place in Bangkok, from 17th to 19th of September 2015.

The ASEAN region is experiencing a dynamic agricultural expansion, as well as a growing mechanization of the agricultural practices, and now requires inputs, efficient agricultural equipment and first food process in order to meet its needs and ambition in the agri-food chain.

Therefore, SIMA ASEAN Thailand will present a complete range of products that suit the region’s needs: inputs, traction, soil working equipment, plant treatment, harvesting, irrigation, storage, breeding equipment, spare parts, new technologies, first food process, etc…

Supported by the Thai authorities, the show will also present the latest innovations in relation with the regional crops, and conferences in order to assist ASEAN farmers and breeders in their development.

SIMA ASEAN Thailand succeeds an agricultural show already organized by IMPACT the last two years, and totalizing more than 200 exhibitors and 10.000 visitors coming from all around ASEAN countries.

This new event is in line with the international will of SIMA to help building an efficient and sustainable agricultural world.

Martine DEGREMONT - SIMA Show Manager said I’m very proud to bring SIMA in Bangkok for its first edition abroad and to be partner of IMPACT, a renowned show organizer. Thailand is a fast growing country with strong agriculture issues. Being in Thailand will enable SIMA to shine all around ASEAN countries, bringing experience from well-established agricultural companies to provide Asian professionals with strong and efficient solutions to meet their needs.

Sirapat KETTARN - Thailand Agricultural Expo Manager said As Thailand is the agricultural country, and also the hub for the ASEAN agriculture industry, ripe with opportunities. Joining together with SIMA for SIMA ASEAN Thailand 2015, we can bring in technologies, innovations and create a place where all agribusinesses in Southeast Asia come together. This will increase productivity and raise the higher standards to Thailand and ASEAN countries to the global market.