Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau or TCEB is a public organisation established by Royal Decree published in the Royal Gazette on 28th September 2002. TCEB has been in operation since 2004.
TCEB's main objectives are to promote meetings, incentive travel, conventions and exhibitions, known by the acronym 'MICE', and to strongly develop this collective industry in order to make Thailand a regional hub for MICE events. The Bureau's successes since its establishment reflect Thailand's growing stature as a destination of choice for international meetings, incentive travel, conventions and exhibitions.
Hong Kong Foundry Association (HKFA) is the only foundry organization in Hong Kong with renowned reputation locally and internationally. HKFA consists of over 500 company members in the entire supply chain of foundry ranging from raw materials, casting, diecasting, trading, surface treatment production and environmental equipment. Most of our members operate in Hong Kong and Mainland China. Members’ products cover a wide range of industries such as consumer goods, 3Cs, toys, automotive and aircraft which are delivered globally.
HKFA has been organizing annual exhibition, namely International (Shenzhen) Metal Casting Shows (IMCS) since 2011. IMCS has become a very important annual event in the casting industry which draws numerous visitors and exhibitors. The 11th IMCS will be held on 27-30 November, 2023. We welcome our guests and partners to come to visit us and explore business opportunity together.
The Hong Kong Screw and Fastener Council was founded in 2003 with the objectives to safeguard the interests of the screw and fastener industry in Hong Kong and to strengthen the co-operation within the industry. It is the first industrial council established under the auspices of the Chinese Manufacturers’ Association of Hong Kong (CMA). The screw and fastener industry has been playing a pivotal role in the manufacturing history of Hong Kong. For many years, companies engaged in the industry worked individually to face the ever-changing challenges in the international market. The establishment of the Council represents the concerted efforts of the industry to voice its needs and to work for its best interests.
The membership of the Japan Foundry Society is characterized by a multistoried structure, allowing the participation of diverse companies and organizations in the manufacture and sale of castings, casting machines, raw materials, auxiliary materials, software, recycling and other industries surrounding the casting industry. The Society encompasses the bulk of the casting manufacturing industry of Japan and aspires to become a core and comprehensive organization of the latter.
Utilizing this multistoried membership structure, personnel related to various industry segments are encouraged to join the committees of the Society, and provide a venue for wide-ranging information exchange, from technical to company management. The Society is active in studies, research and enlightenment on “Technical innovation on production”, “Company management innovation and Fostering and development of Human resources” tailored to worksite requirements.
The Society will organise committee activities and Society programs and projects for the purpose of the following.
1. To strengthen cooperation among its members, to strive for mutual study, to upgrade their technological level and to facilitate their business management. 2. To promote interchange with users and other related industries and reinforce the business management makeup. 3. To strive to innovate technology and foster the next generation of individuals for casting through the joint efforts of industry, academia and government agencies. 4. To promote the maintenance and enhancement of competitive power within a globalizing environment. 5. To further enhance interchange with the overseas foundry industry organizations.
The Singapore Electrical Trades Association (SETA) was founded to secure the complete organisation and unity of all persons doing and /or connected with the electrical trade and to promote industrial, social, and intellectual interests of its members. The Association’s objectives also include assisting its members on matters concerning their work especially in their dealings with local authorities and clients; to promote and protect the mutual interests of members by encouraging their advancement in the practice of electrical engineering work through lectures and technical discussions; and /or to maintain and uphold a high standard of service to the community at large.
The Association is open to all persons doing and /or connected with electrical trade.
The Electrical and Electronics Association of Malaysia
TEEAM is a national trade organisation that represents the electrical and electronics (E&E) industries in Malaysia since 1952. TEEAM has over 1,900 corporate members who are in the engineering construction & services, trading and manufacturing businesses in the E&E industries. TEEAM plays a key role in supporting our members’ diverse needs by representing their views. As the industries’ leading national body, TEEAM participates actively in national development through assisting the Government to shape policies & regulations that affect the combined E&E industries & Engineering Services of the country. TEEAM is a member of the Machinery & Equipment Industries Federation (MEIF), a member of the Malaysia Council of M&E Contractors (MCMEA) and an Affiliate member of Master Builders Association Malaysia (MBAM).
In a broader spectrum, TEEAM is a member of the ASEAN Federation of Electrical Engineering Contractors (AFEEC) and a member of the Federation of Asia-Pacific Electrical Contractors Associations (FAPECA).