KUALA LUMPUR – A significant gateway to the heart of the world’s most dynamic market region, LIMA ’17 brings top decision-makers from senior government officials to military and civil industry leaders.
The presence of prominent manufacturers and suppliers from around the globe will also create an ideal platform for forging partnerships and seizing business opportunities.
Its insightful round tables and conferences, as well as business forums, offer access to valuable information that enables businesses to stay ahead of the competition and seize new opportunities in the dynamic market of Asia Pacific.
LIMA ’17 is built on the successes of previous exhibitions, offering traders and businesses a unique networking opportunity where they can connect with their target audience, and explore viable opportunities within the fast changing defence and commercial landscapes in the region’s dynamic markets.
The LIMA Exhibition also prides itself on public attendees, with LIMA ’17 looking to incorporate engaging and fun activities such as the LIMA Fest, LIMA Career Fair and LIMA Concert, each meticulously crafted to not only increase public participation but also encourage a higher participation amongst Malaysian youths.
The Langkawi International Maritime & Aerospace Exhibition will be displaying at least 80 aircrafts, 68 warships and boats from all around the world.
LIMA`17 will be held on 21-25 March. The aerospace exhibition will be at Mahsuri International Exhibition Centre (MIEC), while the maritime at the Resorts World Langkawi. The venues are opened to trade visitors from 21 to 23 March (10am to 5pm) while both trade and public visitors from 24 to 25 March (10am-5pm).
LIMA is seen today as one of the most influential shows for maritime and aerospace industries in Asia Pacific.
Since its debut in 1991, LIMA has provided the maritime and aerospace industry with a unique platform for networking and business opportunities, functioning as a gateway to Asia Pacific’s dynamic markets.
Held biennially since it started 26 years ago, LIMA has steadily shown its significance with the participation of 433 companies from 31 countries in 2013, 512 companies from 36 countries in 2015 and 550 companies from 38 countries in 2017.
The growth in the number of international exhibitors positions this 14th edition as the premier event in the maritime and aerospace industry.
LIMA`17 targets 40,000 trade visitors and 380 delegates from all over the world.
.-Malaysia World News