Torque-Expo Singapore: Fasteners, tools, hardware…and Formula 1

Fastener, tool, hardware and related industry trade show Torque-Expo Singapore will take place in just under two weeks time and while the show will provide a hub for buying, selling and networking, there are also plenty of R&R and client entertainment options around the show.

Perhaps the most obvious of these is the Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix, which takes place just two days before Torque-Expo begins. Rumoured to be the last F1 Grand Prix in Singapore, this may be the last chance to experience this exciting night race on the Marina Bay Street Circuit. There are more details and tickets available at singaporegp.sg

Other key client entertainment opportunities can be found at the nearby Gardens of the Bay – a spectacular 128-metre aerial walkway through Singapore’s famous Supertrees, covering 101 hectares right in the centre of Singapore. Bookable venues are available within the gardens, many with views across the Marina Bay waterfront.

Then there is the Singapore Flyer, a 165m tall public observation wheel which caters for business events and the public alike. The Marina Bay Sands Hotel has corporate and entertainment facilities from an iconic hotel. And that just scratches the surface of the opportunities available in Singapore.

Gardens by the BayAbout Torque-Expo Singapore

Running over 19-20 September 2017 at the award-winning Singapore EXPO Convention & Exhibition Centre, Torque-Expo Singapore will bring together key decision makers, from stockists and retailers to distributors, wholesalers and manufacturers, as well as associated companies.

Companies from Singapore, Vietnam, China and Taiwan will showcase their wares at the B2B buying, selling and networking event. See the full exhibitor list at the official site

Visitors can easily jet into the show thanks to nearby Changi Airport, which is connected to 380 cities worldwide, with 7,000 flights every week.

Register today or find out more at singapore.torque-expo.com

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