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Lab Vietnam 2012

06 Nov 2012 - 08 Nov 2012 - Hanoi, Vietnam



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LabVietnam is one of the most successful series of Lab Exhibitions organized by ECMI Trade Fairs S.E.A. Sdn Bhd, after establishing LabAsia and LabIndonesia as the biggest Lab Exhibition in Malaysia and Indonesia. 

In no time, LabVietnam is also set to be the biggest Lab Exhibition in Vietnam. It will showcase the latest instrumentation, technologies, products and services in all major areas of analytical sciences and laboratory services.

It provides an opportunity for scientific equipment and instrument manufacturers to showcase their latest state-of-the-art equipment and technologies. It also provides an avenue for analytical and laboratory service providers to develop business contacts and linkages with traders, manufacturers, research and development institutions and universities.






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