TILOG VE 2022: the return of the most awaited ASEAN logistics virtual exhibition

TILOG VE 2022: the return of the most awaited ASEAN logistics virtual exhibition

The Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), Ministry of Commerce, Thailand will organise ASEAN’s comprehensive logistics virtual exhibition entitled “TILOG VE 2022” during August 24-26, 2022, providing a platform for Thai logistics service providers to connect and trade with global logistics entrepreneurs and buyers/importers.

For the first time ever, TILOG VE 2022 participants will have the opportunity to experience a virtual logistics exhibition and online business matching all in one place. They will be in the front row seats to discover and have access to leading Thai logistics brands. More than 50 companies have committed to showcasing their most cutting-edge technology and innovative products/services. This event will be featuring fivecategories namely Material Handling, Packing, Warehouse & Loading, Logistics IT & E-Logistics, and Transportation & Logistics Service Providers.

“TILOG Virtual Exhibition responds to the policy of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Commerce Jurin Laksanawisit promoting clusters of services, especially services of logistics providers,” said Mr. Phusit Ratanakul Sereroengrit, Director-General of DITP. “Since the immense success in 2021, DITP has continuously planned and hosted activities for business matching and building long-term trading relationships between Thai and international logistics providers. Hence, TILOG VE is considered the most influential logistics trade event that gathers key logistics players together and creates opportunities for the logistics industry. This leads to the theme ‘Connecting ASEAN to the World’ for expanding market channels for both Thai and international logistics products and services.” 

DITP cordially invites all interested attendees, supply chain operators, importers, buyers and potential logistics operators all over the world to connect with outstanding Thai logistics service providers. Grow your business and stay connected at TILOG VE 2022. Registration is available at www.tilog-ve.com. For more information please contact Thai Trade Center in your area. 



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