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Thailand Marine & Offshore Expo (TMOX) 2024 is an international maritime and offshore industrial event that brings an international congregation of companies together in Bangkok, Thailand. This unique event which seeks to bring togethermore than 8,000 industry professionals to tackle the pertinent concerns of the booming offshore, Oil & Gas, shipbuilding and maritime industries in Thailand, from its technological front to the changing markettrends.The international character of Thailand Marine & Offshore Expo (TMOX) 2024 presents unparalleled marketing, education and networking opportunities. Thailand Marine & Offshore Expo (TMOX) 2024 offers you the ideal platform to explore new maritime, offshore, Oil & Gas and shipbuilding opportunities in Thailand and penetrate emerging markets in South-East Asia!

Highlight of Thailand Marine & Offshore Expo (TMOX) 2024:

  • A Specialized exhibition covering 6,000 sqm. of space by quality exhibitors.
  • Increase in exhibition space and more international pavilion.
  • Meet the buyers directly at their doorstep.
  • Showcasing the latest innovations and solutions from marine companies.
  • More Promotional roadshows in the main maritime area of Thailand prior to the event.
  • 3 Days of Technology Seminars.
  • Maritime Forum 2024

Thailand Marine & Offshore Expo (TMOX) Video Highlight

Featuring 5 Core Segments

Marine Shipbuilding
Marine Shipbuilding
Shipping & Logistic
Shipping & Logistic
Fishery
Fishery
Offshore
Offshore
Yachting
Yachting

Thailand Marine & Offshore Expo (TMOX) 2024 Premier Maritime & Offshore Technology Exhibition!

Facts Of The Maritime & Offshore Industry In Thailand

Shipping Boom As Toyota In Thailand Exports More Cars

Toyota has three factories in the country and Honda Motor Co. and Nissan Motor Co. plan to spend a combined $850 million to boost capacity in Thailand. All of them use the country as an export base for other developing countries in contrast to China where they produce predominantly for the domestic market. That has Nippon Yusen, which counts Toyota as its biggest customer, adding ships and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd. also predicting record volume for cars. “Thailand is a flourishing market for shipping lines,” said Ryota Himeno, an analyst at Barclays Securities Japan Ltd. “Its ports have been upgraded. It’s also close to emerging economies in Asia.”

Silver Sponsor

China Classification Society

Hosted By

Thai Shipbuilding and Repairing Association (TSBA)

Endorsed By

Thai Shipowners Association (TSA)
Bangkok Dock Company (1957) Limited
Technology Promotion Association (Thailand - Japan)

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