June 24, 2016
Recently, the trade barriers are not only tariffs but also product quality in terms of international standards and country regulations. The non-tariff barrier is the vital obstacle of Thai exporters. Thai government provides supportive policy to encourage the business of the private sector. At the same time, the private sector is improving their productivity and product quality in the entire production process themselves complied with the international standards.
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The database of Department of Science Service (DSS), Ministry of Science and Technology shows that there are 6,753 laboratories in Thailand consist of university and institution 2,222 labs, government 1,133 labs, public enterprises 356 labs and private sector 3,042 labs.
After considering the survey on quality system by DSS, only 14.59% of laboratories are ISO/IEC 17025 certified. The 85.41% of laboratories are still not complied with this standards. This means they should comply the quality system to cope with the non-tariff barriers and the industry expanding. The lab infrastructures, instruments, equipment and well-trained human resource are required.
Furthermore, there are more than 30 organizations in Thailand who play a role on quality system, technology including local and international cooperation. With 8,241 visitors in the previous year and much more 110% this year, visiting Thailand Lab International 2016 could definitely bring you a business opportunity.
Joining Thailand Lab International 2016, you will be close to lab specialist, exchange knowledge with experts through workshop activities, update news and technology from leading international suppliers and create new business.
Thailand Lab International 2016 will take place on September 21-23, 2016 at BITEC, Bangkok.
The update activities and pre-registration are available at www.thailandlab.com
For more information, please contact
Media Relation, Saengtip Techapatiphandee (Mrs.): firstname.lastname@example.org +662 670-0900 (Ext.122)
Project Team, Anucha Parnpichate (Mr.): email@example.com +662 670 -0900 (Ext.202)
Source: 1) INNOLAB magazine 2) Department of Science Service, Ministry of Science and Technology, Thailand