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InterMold Thailand 2017 will offer a full spectrum of the most updated mold & die making machinery for 76,000 visitors from within ASEAN and abroad.  If you are an exhibitor, join us to explore unparalleled networking channels, spark new ideas and experiences for mold & die manufacturers, spawn region-wide business networks, and discover the most effective opportunity to accelerate your business in the region at our event!

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Being part of Manufacturing Expo 2017, Thailand’s largest manufacturing and supporting industries event, meant participants of the InterMold Thailand 2016 will be offered with the widest array of automation technology, mold making technology, electronics manufacturing technology, and surface and coating solutions by 2,425 brands from 46 countries. This event will gather industrialists across ASEAN to meet with new people from different sectors while having new experiences and gaining new ideas in the event’s seminars and on-site technology demonstration.




  Industry News


Tariff cuts to spur investment in robotics

The government plans to cut the import tariff on 51 categories of robotic parts in order to accelerate real investment in the industry, says Kanit Sangsubhan, chairman of the Finance Ministry’s private investment promotion committee.
The move comes in response to requests by major private companies led by PTT Plc and Siam Cement Group Plc (SCG), which are interested in robotics – one of the government’s targeted cluster industries, he said.
Mr Kanit said the committee has agreed to cut the import tariff and is to submit the plan for cabinet approval soon. Read more:


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