Showcasing the materials and technology for future mobility
BANGKOK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#ARRK–Mitsui Chemicals Asia Pacific (MCAP) – The Mitsui Chemicals Group and ARRK Thailand will jointly organize a public exhibition in Bangkok, Thailand, that showcases the various materials and technology for future mobility, developed by Mitsui Chemicals Group and ARRK Group. The exhibition, MotionTech 2024, will be the first exhibition of such nature by both organizations.
Held over two sessions, visitors can view the latest technology and functional materials for the automotive industry. Various touch-and-feel exhibits for different materials produced by Mitsui Chemicals Group will also be available. In addition, the well-received innovation showcase in Japan, MOLp (Mitsui Chemicals Material Oriented Laboratory), will make its appearance, bringing about a few products featured during their previous exhibitions.
This event is proudly coordinated by Mitsui Chemicals Asia Pacific, Mitsui Chemicals (Thailand), and ARRK Thailand.
Details of the exhibition sessions
15 to 16 February 2024
Nikko Hotel Bangkok (4th floor)
27 Thong Lo, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110
20 February 2024
Pacific Park Hotel Sri Racha
2 1 Si Racha Nakhon 3, Si Racha, Si Racha District, Chon Buri 20110
Free entry. Walk-in for all guests. No prior registration required. Visit our Asia Pacific website for more information about MotionTech 2024. Or, you can also drop your enquiries to the following:
MOLp™ is an open laboratory project by the Mitsui Chemicals Group which aims to discover the hidden enchantment and functional value of materials by making full use of multiple senses.
Visit MOLp™ website to understand more about the inspirations behind the innovative products.
Some MOLp™ projects that will be featured at MotionTech 2024:
For enquiries to this press release, please contact the following:
Corporate & Marketing Communication
Mitsui Chemicals Asia Pacific, Ltd.
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