ASEAN’s Only Exhibition on Manufacturing Technologies, Packaging & ODM/OEM Services for Cosmetics, Personal Care & Dietary Supplement Products

Ready to return in November 2015 to showcase all factors relevant to manufacturing, processing, packaging, labeling and outsourcing cosmetics, personal care and dietary supplement products, COSMEX 2015 will bring an essential focus to the many different types of people working...

Dynamic and Aggressive Visitor Promotion Campaigns!
COSMEX will be promoted throughout the Region via an extensive targeted visitor promotion campaign, designed to reach the people who count. Promotion will be aimed at manufacturers, importers, traders and retailers...

Consumers demand toiletries, cosmetics, hair and skin care products that enhance their appearance and personal sense and are safe to use. Manufacturers of such products must be keen to maintain their reputation for safe, effective and innovative products that meet...

Why Exhibit at COSMEX?

Co-located show with in-cosmetics Asia

  • Opportunity to showcase/ promote latest technologies and innovations covering
  • all range of products and services in cosmetic manufacturing process
  • Customized marketing plan fit for each customer’s need plus extensive pre-show and on-site activities and year-round promotion via e-marketing, and series of roadshow and appointment scheduling
  • Strong percentage of overseas buyers
  • Content-rich conference program
  • Business Matchmaking service

Why Thailand?

  • The right market place for Cosmetic Industry
  • Thailand is the leadership of this market with 30 percent market share, followed by - Indonesia (23 percent), Philippines (21 percent), Singapore (9 percent) and Vietnam (5 percent). Most international manufacturers and suppliers of cosmetic products are represented in Thailand.
  • Thailand Cosmetics industry is the no. 1 leader in ASEAN with the strong based for packaging industry.
  • The rise of demand on Eastern products on western market leads Thai beauty products growth by 44% in value, from $2.5 billion in 2008 and expected to increase by a spectacular 34% to reach $4.8 billion in 2015


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