MEDICAL FAIR ASIA 2018

Part of the international medical and trade show series presented by the Messe Düsseldorf Group, MEDICAL FAIR ASIA continues to be Asia’s no.1 platform for the medical and health care industry, to meet the global challenges of tomorrow’s world, today.

Continuing its successful growth path since the exhibition’s inception in 1997, MEDICAL FAIR ASIA will see its most impressive line-up ever of prominent medical and health care players from around the world this year.

Held from 29 to 31 August 2018 at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, MEDICAL FAIR ASIA is expected to attract a strong participation of some 1,000 exhibitors from about 45 countries including 20 national pavilions and country groups, reinforcing the global appeal and market relevance that MEDICAL FAIR ASIA has in the industry once again.

MEDICAL FAIR ASIA 2018 will continue to serve as a converging point for healthcare providers, medical suppliers, industry professionals, government bodies, hospital administrators, doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals sourcing for the latest health care innovations and solutions.


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