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Lab Asia 2017 October 2017


EVENT NAME Lab Asia 2017
ORGANIZER
ECMI ITE Asia Sdn Bhd (1026375-V)
DATE 10 - 12 October 2017
TIME N/A
VENUE
Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) 
LOCATION Kuala Lumpur
EMAIL enquiry@ecmi.com.my
WEBSITE http://www.lab-asia.com/
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Lab Asia is the leading laboratory exhibition in Southeast Asia which focuses highly on scientific instruments and laboratory equipment for various industries, including medical & pharmaceutical, F&B, oil & gas, bioscience and nano-science. 
 
As there is great demand for scientific laboratory equipment and services in the developing region Southeast Asia, Lab Asia has been conceptualized to cater to these need and demand by gathering the professionals and industry experts to showcase the latest scientific instruments & laboratory equipment, to build business networks, and to exchange industry information.
 
This exhibition also looks after the demand of South East Asia’s distributors and scientific dealers that are keen to take in new products to supply to the local market which acts as a support and conduit for their foreign principals.
 
There have been similar international lab shows in Germany, Middle East USA and Asia but to date, only Lab Asia, serves the purpose as being the main regional platform for the Southeast Asia market. 
 
To provide in-depth information about the industry and to create a platform for the industry players to hear from the experts, Institut Kimia Malaysia (IKM) has been organising international conferences, which held in conjunction with Lab Asia, since year 2007. These conferences are:
• 12th Asian Chemical Congress (2007)
• AsianAnalysis X (2009) – The 10th Asian Conference on Analytical Sciences
• CHEMRAWN, ExTech and WISE (2011)
• The 19th IUPAC International Conference on Chemical Research Applied to World Needs
• The 13th International Symposium on Extraction Technologies
• International Symposium on Women in Science
• The 6th Biennial Regional Symposium on Total Laboratory Management Quality, Safety, Environment and Laboratory Informatics QSEL 2013

Vision & Mission

  1. To create a platform for scientific professionals from all countries to meet, interact, evaluate, network and research on the latest technologies from the most prominent lab equipment manufacturers and suppliers from across the globe.
  2. To create a series of lab exhibitions in South East Asia and eventually, tapping into other destinations in Asia, the Middle East and African regions.

Why Malaysia?

Malaysia has a stable politic and economic environment which ensures sustainable growth in private and public sectors. Since its independence in 1957, Malaysia has developed from agriculture & primary commodities focused economy to an economy which is driven by manufacturing and high technology industry. In recent years, there is progressive development in areas such as information and communication (ICT), biotechnology, nanotechnology and other new innovations.
 
Dynamic Business Environment
Malaysia is situated in the heart of Southeast Asia, bordered by Thailand in the north, Indonesia in the south, and the Philippines in the east.  Malaysia is strategically located along the Strait of Malacca, which is a major sea-route connecting the Far East to Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. This offers a cost-competitive location for investors intending to expand business into ASEAN markets. Supported by market oriented economy, Malaysia offers investors a vibrant business environment for growth and profits. Malaysia provides also attractive incentives for local and foreign investors.
 
As a fast-developing country, many industries in Malaysia are flourishing. This helps promoting the growth of research and development (R&D) sectors and creating immense opportunities in the laboratory and scientific businesses.
 
Chemicals Industry
Chemical & chemical products is one of the leading industries in Malaysia. Chemical industry is a capital intensive industry which requires well trained and skilful resources for R&D activities. It is a very important element that contributes to products and technology innovations. In year 2014, it has recorded a rise of 5 % to RM52 billion, compared to RM46.5 billion in year 2013. As the third largest import sector, chemicals and chemical products contributed 9.1% to Malaysia’s total import. Besides, this category ranks 4th position as the largest contributor to Malaysia’s total exports in 2014. The main export destinations for chemicals and chemical products are China, Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore and India.
 
Oil, Gas and Energy (OGE) Industry
Malaysia is the world’s second largest exporter of liquefied natural gas and the second largest oil and natural gas producer in Southeast Asia. The Oil, Gas and Energy Sector has been identified as one of the National Key Economic Asia (NKEA). This sector is targeting 5% annual growth in the decade from 2010 to 2020, which will contribute an increase of RM131.4 billion from year 2010 to 2020. Petroleum products are the main contributor of Malaysia’s total exports (RM634.75 billion). In year 2014, petroleum products contributed RM60.2 billion, which is 9.5% of the total export. Followed by liquefied natural gas (LPG), which accounted 8.3% or RM52.74 billion of the total export. On the other hand, Malaysia imported petroleum products worth total of RM60.2 billion, palm oil worth RM39.65 billion and crude petroleum worth RM 28.65 billion in year 2014. Currently, there are over 3,500 oil and gas businesses in Malaysia comprising of international O&G companies, independents, services and manufacturing companies.
To support the needs in the rapid-developing OGE industry in Malaysia, plenty resources are required for the vast R&D activities.
 
Research and Development
Malaysia has a stronghold in the manufacturing sector which provide extensive opportunities for the growth of R&D within the country. Various incentives are available to support the R&D industry such as corporate tax exemption, double deduction on expenses for the use of facilities and services of approved research institution or companies, double deductions on cash contribution to research institutions, double deduction on revenue expenditure for approved research projects and exemption on import duty and sales tax on machine/equipment materials, raw materials, component parts and samples used for R&D activities.
 
Healthcare Industry (Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices)
The pharmaceutical industry is an important component of the healthcare sector in Malaysia.
As the member of Pharmaceutical Inspection Convention and Pharmaceutical Inspection Co-Operation Scheme (PIC/S), Malaysia has been recognised to have high pharmaceutical manufacturing standards. The local government has also identified the domestic pharmaceutical as a strategic industry which should be promoted. To further support the development of the pharmaceutical industry in Malaysia, the government has increased the efforts to develop the clinical trial services sector. Under the purview of the National Institute of Health of Ministry of Health (MOH), a Clinical Research Centre (CRC) has been established to conduct clinical trials, clinical epidemiology and economic research, and manage complex medical databases. Due to the high growth potential and strong government support, Malaysia is in high demands for pharmaceutical instrument and laboratory equipment for further research and development activities.
Medical devices industry is also one of the industries that has been included under the Healthcare NKEA. The industry is expected to create RM17.12 billion in revenue by year 2020. With the strong presence of supporting industries which meet the needs of medical devices industry such as sterilisation services, medical packaging, precision engineering and more, as well as the support from government, Malaysia has been positioned as an ideal country for medical devices manufacturing and global supplier of parts & components. Thus, Malaysia has high potential to be developed into a medical devices hub, for both manufacturing and R&D in Asia.
 
Halal Food Industry 
The global market value for Halal food worth USD1.1 trillion in year 2013 and is estimated to reach USD1.6 trillion in year 2018. Malaysia, as an international recognised Muslim country, has the edge to be the hub for promotion, distribution and production of Halal food. The concept of Halal is linked with food products which are high quality in terms of cleanliness and sanitation. The requirements must be complied to all stages of the food production and supply chain, including procurement of raw materials and ingredients, processing and manufacturing, logistics and transportation, packaging and labelling. Hence, food analysis and food testing have become the major sectors that support the growth of Halal F&B industry. Furthermore, the increasing public awareness of food safety and healthy diet are also driving the growth of the food laboratory sectors.
 
Source:
-       Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE)
-       Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MIT)
-       Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA)

Exhibitors' and Visitors' Profile

VISITORS’ PROFILE 
• Scientists
• Lab Managers 
• Lecturers 
• Research Officers 
• Quality Control / Assurance Managers
• Admission
• Biochemists
• Microbiologists
• Directors
• Procurement Managers
• Analysts
 
From the following industries
• Advanced Materials
• Biotechnology
• Chemical Processing 
• Education and Training 
• Food & Beverage Processing
• Material Testing & Inspection
• Oils & Fats and Oleochemicals   
• Pharmaceutical and Healthcare
• Petroleum and Petrochemicals
• Pollution Control
• Research Laboratories
• Rubber and Plastic Products
• Water & Waste Management
• Universities & Government Agencies
 
Exhibitors' Profile
• Analytical System 
• Calibration
• Chemical Process Technology,  Chemical Handling, Transport & Storage
• Chemicals Reagent & Supplies 
• Environmental and Pollution Control Systems
• Laboratory Instruments
• Occupational Health & Safety Equipment
• Scientific Equipment
• Test & Measurement

Admission Policy

ADMISSION TO EXHIBITION
Admission is restricted to trade professionals only. Minors aged 16 years and below will not be allowed entry into exhibition hall.
 
ATTIRE
All visitors must be in proper attire. Those in shorts and slippers will not be allowed entry. The Organiser reserves the right to refuse admission to visitors who are not appropriately dressed.
 
VENUE
Sprawling over 1.7 million square feet with 253,000 sq feet of exhibition space, Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) is known for its high levels of personal service and a flexible approach to event management, making it popular with event organisers and meeting planners alike.
 
In these visitors' rules and regulations, the "Organiser" shall mean ECMI Trade Fairs S.E.A. Sdn Bhd.

1. Rules and Regulations
In registering for or accepting the offer of admittance to the Exhibition, visitors agree that they shall observe and comply with these rules and regulations and with the rules and regulations of the Exhibition Centre.
 
All questions must be answered completely. The Organiser reserves the right to refuse entry if the form is not completed appropriately. Lab Asia is open for trade visitors only. All visitors must be in proper business attire. No admittance to anyone under the age of 16.
All visitors must be suitably attired. Those in shorts, sleeveless and slippers will not be allowed in the exhibition hall.
 
2. Conduct in the Exhibition Centre
Visitors shall not do, or permit anything to be done, which shall cause a disturbance, nuisance, annoyance, inconvenience, damage or danger to any person or thing or which in the opinion of The Organiser does not conform with the general standards of the Exhibition or amounts to a breach of these rules and regulations or applicable laws and regulations generally applying.
 
Visitors may not bring any camera, video recorder or recording equipment of any kind to the Exhibition without the prior written consent of The Organiser. The Organiser reserve the right to search the belongings of any visitor at any time.
 
It is expressly prohibited for visitors to record images in any form ("Images") while attending the Exhibition without the prior written consent of The Organiser. Such prohibition includes, but is not limited to, the taking of photographs, video recording of any type and drawing or sketching of Images. Visitors agree to surrender to The Organiser on demand any material in whatever media on which images may be recorded in violation of this rule, including but not limited to film, video tapes, sketchbooks, camera phones and digital storage devices.
 
The Organiser reserve the right to refuse admittance to any visitor or to require any visitor to leave if in their opinion his or her behavior is in breach of these rules and regulations or of any rules and regulations of the Exhibition Center, or contravenes applicable laws and regulations generally applying. The opinions of The Organiser are final in this regard.
 
3. Liability
The Visitor agrees that The Organiser shall not incur any liability to him or her for any products displayed or sold by any exhibitor at the Exhibition. Each Visitor agrees to indemnify and hold The Organiser harmless, on demand, against all claims, liabilities, losses, suits, proceedings, damages, judgments, expenses, costs (including legal fees) and charges of any kind howsoever incurred by or on behalf of or made against The Organiser arising out of any infringement or other claim relating to or arising out of the unauthorized taking of any Images by that Visitor.
The Visitor agrees that The Organiser shall not incur any liability to him or her for any error or omission in any information relating to any exhibitor or its products in the Exhibition's official directory or in any other promotional or other printed materials or information provided by The Organiser or that exhibitor.
 
No waiver by the Organiser of any of the provisions of these rules and regulations or of any of its rights hereunder shall have effect unless given in writing and signed by the Project Director of The Organiser.
 
The Organiser shall not be liable to any visitor for any loss of or damage to any of his or her property occurring (from whatever cause) in or about the Exhibition Centre nor for the death of or any injury sustained by any visitor whilst on or leaving the Exhibition Centre (other than for death or injury resulting from The Organiser negligence to the extent this cannot be excluded or restricted at law (and then only to such extent).
 
4. Personal Data
For security purpose and in order to prevent and detect crime, visitors may be subject to a random bag search and CCTV camera recording in the Exhibition Centre.Visitors agree that the personal data provided for registration for the Exhibition may be included in The Organiser’s database and used by The Organiser for promotional purposes.




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