Labelexpo Southeast Asia postponed to September

Labelexpo Southeast Asia postponed to September

Exhibition organiser Tarsus Group says that its upcoming edition of Labelexpo Southeast Asia 2020, due to take place at Bangkok’s International Trade and Exhibition Centre (BITEC) from 7–9 May 2020, has been postponed in light of concerns over Covid-19. The show will now take place from 10-12 September 2020.

Lisa Milburn, Managing Director of Labelexpo Global Series, said today:

“We have taken the difficult decision to postpone Labelexpo Southeast Asia 2020 in May due to coronavirus/COVID-19. This is an unprecedented situation, and given the vast amount of preparation that goes into our shows, not a decision we have taken lightly. However, the health and safety of our exhibitors, visitors and staff is our top priority, and working on the advice of our local partners and BITEC, we feel the best course of action is to postpone the show until September.

We have been continuously monitoring the situation in Thailand and the wider Southeast Asia region, and are following all local government advice, as well as that of the World Health Organization.

We thank all our exhibitors and partners for their understanding at this difficult time, and look forward to working with them on the rescheduled show. All other Labelexpo shows in 2020 are currently scheduled to go ahead as planned.”

The biennial Labelexpo Southeast Asia is part of the Labelexpo Global Series, which in 2019 marked its 40th anniversary at Labelexpo Europe. Organised by Tarsus Group, shows also include Labelexpo Asia, which in 2019 recorded its largest ever edition and an 18% growth in buyer visitors.

The first edition of Labelexpo Southeast Asia took place in 2018, attracting 7,934 visitors from 62 countries. 174 exhibitors took part.

Further updates will be posted to www.labelexpo-seasia.com.

(Press Release)

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