ASEAN Super 8 Rescheduled to 20 - 22 Oct 2020 while ICW Moves to 2021

PVTIME - Informa Markets, the organiser of Southeast Asia's leading trade show in the built environment industry - ASEAN Super 8 - has decided to reschedule the 2020 edition to a new date from 20 – 22 October 2020 at the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (MITEC). Meanwhile, International Construction Week (ICW) hosted by Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB), which has been held simultaneously with ASEAN Super 8 since last year, will be moved to 2021.

The decision to reschedule ASEAN Super 8, which was originally slated
to take place from 23 to 25 June 2020 at the Malaysia International Trade and
Exhibition Centre KL, is taken with regret after careful consideration and
close consultations with the key stakeholders, exhibitors and industry
partners. This was following the recent and increasing travel restrictions
impacting industry participation and new travel measures enacted by the
Malaysian government, in light of the COVID-19 outbreak.

ASEAN Super 8 will feature Southeast-Asia's leading built environment
exhibitions namely ASEAN M&E, TENAGA Expo, ASEAN Lift, ASEAN Solar, ASEAN
Light, Futurebuild SEA, Heavy Mach and IFSEC Southeast Asia. In addition, after
a one-year gap, the region's premier Refrigeration, Ventilation and
Air-Conditioning Expo - REVAC - will make its comeback in response to the
strong interest and demand from exhibitors and visitors. The premier event will
be a platform for participants to find everything from the basics to the latest
innovations in the HVACR segment, as well as products related to Air Quality
Control, Filtration and Insulation.

"We believe the revised new dates will allow more time for normality
and confidence to return to the marketplace, ease travel restrictions and
provide all-around better conditions for exhibitors and visitors to
engage," said YBhg. General Tan Sri Dato' Seri Panglima Mohd Azumi Bin
Mohamed (Rtd), Co-Chairman – Informa Markets in Malaysia.

He added, "The 2020 edition of ASEAN Super 8 is a key milestone for
us as it will also feature the inaugural Futurebuild SEA 2020, an exhibition
focusing on new technologies that will revolutionise the construction sector.
We wish to thank those who participate and support ASEAN Super 8, we greatly
appreciate your understanding and regret for any inconvenience.  We will
continue our commitment to provide an event of enhanced quality to make your
participation a huge success. Also, we offer our sincere sympathies to those
who have been affected by the virus."

Chief Executive of CIDB Malaysia, Datuk Ir. Ahmad 'Asri Abdul Hamid regretted to announce that the ICW 2020 will be
moved to the year 2021. Despite that, he said CIDB supports the decision by
Informa Markets to reschedule ASEAN Super 8 to 20 - 22 October 2020.

"ASEAN Super 8 is the leading event for the Malaysian built
environment as well as across the region, bringing different trade shows
focusing on Building & Construction, Power and Energy, Solar, HVAC, Lift
& Escalator, Lighting, Heavy Machinery and Security under one roof. We are
working closely with Informa Markets, industry stakeholders and the relevant
government agencies, and are committed to supporting the entire construction
industry and the continued success of ASEAN Super 8."

Informa Markets assures that it will take all necessary precautionary
measures at the exhibition venue to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all
participants. At the same time, the organiser will closely monitor the
development of the COVID-19 issue and adhere to government's instruction, make
appropriate and necessary adjustment to the exhibition, if needed.

The 2019 edition of ASEAN Super 8 attracted 339 participating companies
covering various industry sectors, with a solid turnout of 16,781 trade
visitors.

ASEAN Super 8 continues its work to ensure that the rescheduled 2020
edition of ASEAN Super 8 from 20-22 October will be another success for all
exhibitors and trade visitors.

For more information, visit www.super8asean.com

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