Gerardine Donough-Tan
Jul 2, 2008

Food & Hotel Asia 2008 attracts 37,000 trade visitors to Singapore

SINGAPORE Food and Hotel Asia 2008 (FHA2008) enjoyed another successful run from April 22 to 25.

The show took up all six halls of Singapore Expo and a seventh hall in the annex the first time the event has spanned across the road for a record 75,000 sqm.

Organised by Singapore Exhibition Services SES, FHA2008 attracted 37,000 trade visitors from almost 100 countries, 37% of whom came from overseas.

Altogether, 2,627 exhibiting companies from 70 countries participated in the megaexhibition,
comprising six specialised events Food Asia, Wine and Spirits Asia, Bakery and Pastry, Hotel...

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