Archidex Exhibitions are always one of the more prominent exhibition that a few of our members will participate regularly. As always, BIA will show support by visiting them on the first day!
First we went to Lisa’s booth at Level 3, which has been her spot since a few years ago. Her specialty is doing custom wall art that can be painted on existing walls or even tiles! That means no hacking needed for refurnish jobs, especially useful for bathroom walls! (http://www.wallsignatures.com/)
Next was Jerry’s new joint venture with SHAW Industry Group, which is one of the world’s largest carpet manufacturers owned by Warren Buffett. Do check out his website for all range of floorings that he does at http://www.floorculture.com
After that, we went to hall 7 which has been relocated to an area further into level 3 of the convention centre. Our member, Nicholas from FlexOffice (http://WWW.FLEXOFFICE.NET) has taken the main entrance spot of hall 7 as his booth and the visibility is quite high! He mentioned that one of his USP (Unique Selling Point) is that he can custom any office furnitures with no minimum quantity! They can even produce the 3D drawings to show you before production.
Do you know that we actually have a theme park builder in Malaysia!? Yes, and they have been building most of the theme parks around here, including bars and escape rooms. Their scope of work includes the design and build of all the items that visitors will normally take photos with! The minimum completion time is about 3 months from idea inception to delivery. (https//WWW.THEMERENO.COM/CONTACT/)
On the same hall, we have another member who supplies machines and tools for stone polishing and other related works. Banchee, together with David, are manning the booth to answer any queries visitors may have. It is said that their range of products is the most complete set for stone flooring works. (http://www.maiyercraft.com/)
Last but not the least, we have Tommy representing Tuma from Taiwan. It’s an air exchanger machine and it is the One and Only in Malaysia! It’s not an air-conditioner but it works better by getting fresh air from the outside!
That’s all for now. Do check them out and say hi to our fellow members! Wish them all the best!