Pattaya Exhibition And Convention Hall (PEACH) hosted the 29th TEMCA annual seminar and exhibition August 16 & 17.
Established in 1985, the Thai Electrical & Mechanical Contractors Association (TEMCA) has made its mark in Thailand’s electrical and mechanical industry with a membership of more than 380 companies. The organization has held Thailand’s biggest electrical & mechanical products showcase and seminars at PEACH for a number of years in an effort to provide its members the chance to network and socialize.
Royal Cliff Hotels Group’s General Manager Christoph Voegeli (left) presents the hotel group’s tree planting certificate to Utid Towiriyatrakul, TEMCA Vice President – Member Relationship Management (right).
The 2-day event brought together over 2000 consultants, contractors, designers and end users for dealer-consumer interactions, collaborations and exposure to the latest electrical and mechanical products. All throughout the event, exhibitors assembled to showcase the latest innovations and technologies that are now available in Thailand.
“We are honored to once again host the TEMCA seminar and exhibition 2013 which continually demonstrates the innovation and creativity of this dynamic industry,” Vitanart Vathanakul, executive director of Royal Cliff Hotels Group said. “We always look forward to what this interesting exhibition will reveal each year. The event always showcases important advances in technology, design and sustainability.”
Delegates visit the many exhibits at the Thai Electrical & Mechanical Contractors Association (TEMCA) Seminar and Exhibition 2013.
Royal Cliff Hotels Group General Manager Christoph Voegeli was at hand to present the ‘Tree Planting Certificate’ to Utid Towiriyatrakul, TEMCA Vice President – Member Relationship Management. The certificate is awarded to organizations that opt to have their event at the Royal Cliff Hotels Group and PEACH. Flame trees would be planted in vital tree planting locations on behalf of these organizations.