Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau or TCEB is a public organisation established by Royal Decree published in the Royal Gazette on 28th September 2002. TCEB has been in operation since 2004.
TCEB's main objectives are to promote meetings, incentive travel, conventions and exhibitions, known by the acronym 'MICE', and to strongly develop this collective industry in order to make Thailand a regional hub for MICE events. The Bureau's successes since its establishment reflect Thailand's growing stature as a destination of choice for international meetings, incentive travel, conventions and exhibitions.
The No. 1 trade fair for the tube and pipe industry featuring the international world of experts, the specialists, the innovators and the global market leaders of the industry. Visitors get extensive information on the current status and future-oriented trends concerning tubes and pipes.
The Hong Kong Metals Manufacturers Association (HKMMA) was established and registered on 15th December 1994 as a non-profit-making trade association. We aim to enhance the association among industry members, upgrade the production techniques and management capability, and strengthen the market competitiveness of the industry as a whole. By uniting industry members, HKMMA is also committed to safeguarding the common interests and promoting the industrial and social image of metals manufacturing industry.
We currently have cumulatively more than 700 members (includes both Company members and Individual members). In order to facilitate communications and technological interchange among member companies, HKMMA regularly organizes study missions, factory visits, seminars and members' participation in related exhibitions. We also publish periodical publications and operate the association website. Moreover, the Association has been keeping in close contacts and maintaining good co-operation relationships with other trade and industrial organizations, professional bodies and related government departments in Hong Kong, the mainland and overseas, so as to voice out industry's concerns and opinions, and seek any necessary support for the development of metals manufacturing industry.
The Hong Kong Screw and Fastener Council was founded in 2003 with the objectives to safeguard the interests of the screw and fastener industry in Hong Kong and to strengthen the co-operation within the industry. It is the first industrial council established under the auspices of the Chinese Manufacturers’ Association of Hong Kong (CMA). The screw and fastener industry has been playing a pivotal role in the manufacturing history of Hong Kong. For many years, companies engaged in the industry worked individually to face the ever-changing challenges in the international market. The establishment of the Council represents the concerted efforts of the industry to voice its needs and to work for its best interests.
JSMA is an industry organization which comprises of spring manufacturers, spring material manufacturers and the producer of spring manufacturing equipment / test equipment in Japan.
Their main objective is to deal with common issues of Japanese spring industry and to share the information among member companies. JSMA takes part in development and revision of Japan Spring Manufacturers Association standards (JSMA standards) and Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS standards) as the official organization in charge of standardization of springs. The association also undertakes the secretariat of International Standards (ISO standards) on springs as the Japanese Industrial Standards Committee (JISC) member. In addition, they have been practicing international standardization activities in the trend of globalized economic circumstances.
Currently JSMA is having regular meetings with European Spring Federation (ESF), Spring Manufacturers Institute (SMI), Institute of Spring Technology (IST) and China Academy of Machinery Science Technology (CAM).
The Philippine Iron & Steel Institute was organized in 1962 to promote and develop the Philippines steel industry. It is the umbrella organization of steel industry associations and corporations comprising around 60 steel manufacturing companies and suppliers, and provides direct and indirect employment to more than 100,000 people.
The primary purpose of PISI is to help bring about global competitiveness and sustainable growth in the Philippines iron and steel industry to enable the latter to be an effective partner in national development. Toward this end, the Institute shall promote the advancement of the industry by working closely with key decision makers in the private and public sectors, by providing a forum to discuss critical issues affecting the industry, by helping to improve the industry’s capabilities and human resources, by maintaining a broad-based membership united in the same cause, and by maintaining good working relationship with our global counterparts.
Singapore Electrical Contractors and Licensed Electrical Workers Association (SECA)
The Singapore Electrical Contractors and Licensed Electrical Workers Association (SECA) was founded in 1976, with its membership open to all electrical contractors, trading companies in related businesses and licensed electrical workers.
As the association for the Electrical Trade, SECA provides its members with various updates from the building industry, affiliated associations, institutions and government authorities constantly. Through its active involvement in the activities with its affiliations, SECA creates another platform for its members’ voices to be heard by the various industries and relevant authorities concerned.
The Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF) set up in 1932, is a national body and industry association that works together with relevant partners to champion the interests and growth of its members and the manufacturing community in Singapore; enhancing their competitiveness through capability development and capacity building, innovation and productivity, adoption and implementation of standards, overseas expansion as well as providing assistance and opportunities for companies to collaborate, network, grow and expand both locally and internationally.
SMF carries out a myriad of activities to enhance the competitive edge of its members. Leveraging on its extensive network of contacts, 10 Industry Groups and 7 Centres of Excellence, SMF is the voice for Singapore’s manufacturing community for over 84 years and plays an important role to facilitate tripartite communications among the government, foreign delegates and the local manufacturing community.
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The Electrical and Electronics Association of Malaysia
The Electrical and Electronics Association of Malaysia (TEEAM) is a representative body of the electrical and electronics industries in Malaysia. TEEAM was established in 1952 and it aims to work closely with all government departments, statutory bodies and the private sector to ensure and promote orderly growth and development of the electrical and electronics industries. TEEAM participates actively in national development through assisting government to shape policies and regulations that affect the combined E&E industry. TEEAM serves as Secretariat for MyCIE/NCCIE and is officially represented in the various relevant government bodies’ Council and Committees such as the Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water (KeTTHA), Department of Skills Development (DSD), Energy Commission (ST), Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB), Standards Malaysia and SIRIM Berhad. TEEAM is also an appointed Industry Lead Body (ILB) to develop National Occupational Skills Standard (NOSS) & Occupational Analysis (OA) for E & E sector. TEEAM is a member of the ASEAN Federation of Electrical Engineering Contractors (AFEEC) and in a broader spectrum is affiliated to the Federation of Asia-Pacific Electrical Contractors Associations (FAPECA).
Secretariat: The Electrical and Electronics Association of Malaysia (TEEAM) No. 5-B, Jalan Gelugor, Off Jalan Kenanga, 55200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Tel: +603-9221 4417, 9221 2091 Fax: +603-9221 8212 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com