BMAM Expo set for June 27 to 29

Breaking News February 28, 2019 14:03

By The Nation

IMPACT Exhibition Management (“IMPACT”) is to present the 12th edition of BMAM Expo Asia 2019 (“BMAM”), the international exhibition and conference on building maintenance and facilities management expo.



Featuring cutting-edge solutions and a leading industry knowledge platform for modern facilities management, the trade exhibition will be held from 27 to 29 June 2019, in Hall 6, IMPACT Exhibition Center, Bangkok, Thailand. 

More than 150 exhibitors and 4,000 FM professionals and key decision makers from Asean are expected to attend the three-day event.

BMAM Expo Asia is pleased to announce the co-location with K-Fire & Safety Bangkok 2019 (“K-Fire”), Korea’s leading international exhibition on fire and safety for the first time. 

The inaugural edition showcases the latest fire and safety solutions, including fire vehicle, fire hose, fire extinguisher, fire cloths and fire detectors, by more than 30 companies (100 Booths) from the Republic of Korea. 

More than 100 high-level buyers from 10 countries are expected to attend the event. Together, BMAM and K-Fire offer a one-stop sourcing platform that brings together all aspects of facilities management, fire and safety.

The commercial building automation in Asia Pacific is forecasted to reach market revenue of more than $5 billion (Bt157 billion) from 2017 to 2022, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.7 per cent. 

The adoption of building automation system in facilities management will be one of the major factor to boost the facilities management market in Asia Pacific.

Ayuthaporn Buranakul, President, Thailand Facility Management Association, said: “Facility Management (FM) should not be understood as an operation task, because it is a role that can set the strategy for the organisation through the management of buildings and facilities resources, with the objective to increase business potential and quality of life for users. With the involvement of technology, facility management can be more effective in terms of efficiency and cost control.”

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