The Korea Environmental Preservation Association (President Yi Woo-shin) will hold Korea's major environmental technology trade show "International Exhibition on Environmental Technology & Green Energy (ENVEX 2019)," from May 15 to 17 at COEX.
In its 41st year, ENVEX 2019 will be showcasing technology and products in the fields of environmental technology and green energy with the participation of 240 Korea's leading environmental companies and companies from 19 countries including China, Japan and Europe.
This year, ENVEX has received international certification for exhibition from UFI, securing international credibility and global competitiveness on top of domestic recognition.
UFI, the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry, is one of the most influential international exhibition certification bodies headquartered in Paris, France. To be certified from here, the trade show must meet strict criteria such as having a certain percentage of foreign companies and foreign visitors participating in the show.
ENVEX has been selected as Korea's Promising Exhibition for 15 consecutive years from MOTIE, positioning itself as Korea's major environmental trade show.
Living up to its name as the longest-running and the most representative trade show, ENVEX is actively supporting the Korean environmental companies to find global sales channel by inviting overseas buyers with good ratings for 1:1 business matching, trade show tour and industrial inspection.
As the auxiliary event, the 13th Korea-China Environmental Enterprise Technology Cooperation Exchange Meeting, the environmental machinery and device purchase consultation, and seminar of various topics will be prepared to make the exhibition more colorful and beneficial. Visitors who want to visit the show can pre-register in the show website for free admission, and prize-giving events will be open to the visitors who visit the show after pre-registration.
Nam Kwang-woo, full-time vice-president of the Korea Environmental Preservation Association, said, "We are planning to make ENVEX as the venue for environmental marketing for small and medium-sized domestic companies to enter and expand exchange with foreign countries, as well as identifying environmental industry trends."