AMPA Myanmar and Power Expo Myanmar Rescheduled to October 14-17, 2021
- Online Date: 2020/07/28
- Modify Date: 2020/10/06
The outbreak of the COVID-19 severely threatened people’s lives and devasted the economy all around the globe. Since the tendency of the epidemic is still uncertain, to ensure the safety of all the participants, the Taipei World Trade Center and Yorkers Trade& Marketing Service Company Limited decided to postpone the AMPA Myanmar (Myanmar International Auto Parts, Accessories & Motor Show) and Power Expo Myanmar (Myanmar International Electrical, Electronics & Electric Power Equipment Fair) to October 14-17 in 2021, at the Yangon Convention Centre.
Although the physical shows will be arranged to 2021, organizers will launch a series of online services. The new online platform will keep displaying the latest products from the exhibitors and help exhibitors to reach prospective buyers all over the world. Keep following the details and the updates at our official website at https://www.myanmarfairs.com/.
The 8th edition of AMPA Myanmar and Power Expo Myanmar had its debut and was held annually since 2012, and already be one of the most representative and comprehensive B2B trade shows in the field of auto parts and power equipment in the ASEAN region, showcasing the latest and high-quality products from Taiwan, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia and more. Gaining the supports from the MyanTrade, UMFCCI and MAMDA, Myanmar’s most influential industrial organizations, the 2019 Myanmar twin shows had gathered 125 exhibitors from 11 countries, attracted more than 3,800 buyers worldwide.
The 2021 AMPA Myanmar will exhibit whole vehicles, automotive parts and accessories, engine parts, automobile electronics, repair and maintenance products, motorcycle parts and accessories. The 2021 Power Expo Myanmar will exhibit power supply equipment, electrical equipment, electronic products, generators, wire and cable, motors and pumps. Welcome to sign up for exhibiting at the show, and for more information, please contact the organizers.