Asia Pacific Coatings Show postponed until March 2022

27 May 2021

Amid ongoing travel restrictions and consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Coatings Group has postponed Asia Pacific Coatings Show until March 30-April 1, 2022.

The event will take place at JI Expo, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Originally scheduled to take place this September, the organisers of the event have postponed the show to avoid a clash with the Middle East Coatings Show, which takes place in Dubai on September 27-29 this year, and to allow for a longer period of recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.

As it stands, non-residents are currently prohibited from entering into Indonesia, apart from in exceptional circumstances. Paddy O’Neill, Event Director of the Coatings Group, said: "We are mindful that a significant number of our exhibitors and visitors travel from overseas. Our aim is to provide the best possible forum for business and the safety of our exhibitors and visitors is paramount to that. We believe the decision to postpone the show until 2022 may come as a relief to some with concerns and reservations regarding making travel arrangements to the region.”

The Asia Pacific Coatings Show is the leading event in South East Asia and the Pacific Rim for the coatings industry. For three days, the exhibition offers the opportunity to meet new and existing customers from the region; gather insight on the latest technologies available in the market; and have meaningful, face-to-face business interactions.

The show regularly welcomes people from across the world, with more than 3000 people attending. This international mix is something the Coatings Group is keen to preserve and it is hoped that postponing the show until 2022 will give exhibitors and visitors the best opportunity to do business.

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