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Walton ATS Expo begins Thursday

Aug 12, 2023Aug 12, 2023

Electronics manufac-turing company Walton is going to host the country’s first-ever industrial fair titled International Advanced Components and Technology Expo-2023 in Dhaka, said a press release.

The ATS Expo-2023 is scheduled to be held from August 10 to 12 at Hall-1 of the International Convention City Bashundhara in the capital.

Walton senior deputy executive director and ATS Expo coordinator AFM Nasir Uddin said that the registration process was going on for industrialists, buyers and visitors interested in participating in the industrial fair.

The interested participants can complete their registration by visiting the web page

Walton deputy managing director and ATS Expo chairman Md Humayun Kabir said that a total of 21 stalls based on industrial components, materials and services were being constructed at the fair.

A panel discussion meeting titled ‘Role of Domestic Industry in Building Smart Bangladesh’ will be held at the fair on August 11, he added.

In the ATS Expo, products will be showcased in 4 categories - technology, industrial materials, components and testing lab. In these categories, refrigerator components, air conditioner components, television components, home appliance components, electrical appliance components, elevator/lift components, fasteners, mould and die, casting components, chemical solutions and other items will be showcased.

Md Humayun Kabir said that there was a giant market for industrial components and materials worldwide. Through ATS Expo, he hoped that Walton’s path to create a strong position in this giant global market will be smoother.

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