Singapore – HotelAsia, one of Food&HotelAsia’s pioneer specialised trade shows will feature an impressive host of brands, showcase new equipment and technology and unveil a Singapore Pavilion for the first time.
Designed for leading industry players in the hotel, restaurant and food service sectors, HotelAsia will return on April 24-27 2018 at Suntec Singapore. Events will be staged to bring industry players closer to buyers, including the inaugural SCI Equipment Award, selected FHA Culinary Challenge competition segments, and relevant FHA International Conference tracks.
More than 100 exhibitors, including well-known companies such as Ali Group, CP Solutions, Continental, DaeYeong E&B, Diamond Europe, Fabristeel, Fujimak, Henny Penny, Hoshizaki, Irinox, Manitowoc Foodservice, Meiko Maschinenbau, MKN Maschinenfabrik, Moffat, Nayati, Pacojet, Rational, Retigo, Robot Coupe, Simplex, Svenska Bakepartner, YPT International and many others have already confirmed their participation for 2018.
90 percent of the Singapore Pavilion, led by the Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF) has been sold and confirmed exhibitors include Acez Instruments, Allied Catering Equipment, Diversitech, Global Food Equipment, Global-Tek, Josin, Proxes Asia Pacific, Reach Electrical, Supersteam Asia Pacific and others.
The inaugural SCI Equipment Award serves to recognise food service equipment manufacturers who have incorporated sustainability in their innovations. Two segments from FHA Culinary Challenge (FCC), the FCC Individual Hot Cooking and Plated food display, will be staged at Suntec Singapore, drawing talents from Asia’s culinary world to gather and pitch their skills in one single competition arena.
The FHA International Conference’s Hotels & Resorts Management track and the second edition of the Central Kitchen Asia conference will also move to Suntec Singapore, rounding up the exemplary host of events and activities all participants will be able to partake in when HotelAsia kicks off come April 2018. Delegates will have the opportunity to listen to in-depth discussions from industry thought leaders across relevant tracks covering Central Kitchen and Hotels & Resorts Management.
Visitors only need to register once, either at Singapore Expo or at Suntec Singapore, to gain access to the shows at both venues.
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