In-cosmetics Asia announced over 40 first time exhibitors

By Simon Pitman

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The organizers of the in-cosmetics Asia say the continued growth of the event has helped it to attract over 40 first time exhibitors to the forthcoming show, which opens in Bangkok in early November.

Reed Exhibitions says that many of the new companies to the show will be exhibiting at the New Exhibitor Zone, a dedicated area to platform first time exhibitors.

The New Exhibitor Zone was unveiled at last year’s show, and the organizers said that the fact it proved to be so successful last year has been one of the main reasons so many more new companies have been attracted to this year’s event.

New Exhibitor Zone grows

The zone will also help to platform new technologies and ingredients from some of the medium and smaller players on the market, while also offering those first time exhibitors the chance to network and gain first-hand market knowledge.

The new companies are mostly from the Asia-Pacific region, featuring countries such as Japan, Malaysia and South Korea, but the representation is also international, with companies from Spain and the USA also featured in the line up.

"The attendance at the New Exhibitor Zone demonstrates the continued success of the event in attracting the latest innovations and developments from within the sector,”​ said Ivan Rahal, Marketing Manager for in-cosmetics Asia.

From global players to niche

New exhibitors including Toyo Sugar Refining, Japan; Vital-Chem, China; At Lab Co from South Korea; Emery Oleochemicals, Malaysia; Kuo Ching, Taiwan; Natural Sourching, USA and Laboratories Argenol, Spain.

The companies vary in size, with Emery Oleochemicals representing one of the world’s leading producers of ingredients made from natural based oils and fats, namely from palm kernel oil, while Vital-Chem specialises in the manufacturing of ingredients made from licorice and green tea.

In-cosmetics will be held in Bangkok from 6 – 8 November at the BITEC venue. Currently visitors who register before October 29 will gain a fast-track entry to the show and discounts on workshops.

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