YANGON, Myanmar | UBM Asia —
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signing ceremony on behalf of UBM Asia and Myanmar Engineering Society (MES) was held in the Renewable Energy Asia 2015.

The MoU was signed by Mr. M. Gandhi, UBM Asia’s Managing Director of ASEAN Business and U. Lin, Vice President of Myanmar Engineering Society (MES) and was witnessed by H. E. U. Myint Zaw, Deputy Minister of Ministry of Energy, Myanmar H. E. U. Aung Than Oo, Deputy Minister of Ministry of Electric Power, Myanmar and H. E. U. Tin Ngwe, Deputy Minister of Ministry of Livestock, Fisheries and Rural Developments, Myanmar.

The MoU reaffirms the commitment of UBM Asia and MES on their partnership to the objective of sustainable economic and social development and emphasizes the importance of trade shows that will be held in Myanmar this coming September 17 – 19 such as MyanmarWater 2015, Renewable Energy Myanmar 2015 as well as REVAC Myanmar 2015 at Myanmar Event Park (MEP), Yangon.

The MoU commits UBM Asia and MES in promoting sustainable development and trade liberalization initiatives through exhibitions held by UBM Asia in Myanmar. MyanmarWater is recognised as Myanmar’s No. 1 International Water Supply, Sanitation, Water Resources, Industrial Wastewater Treatment and Purification Event since its first launch in the year 2013. Whereas Renewable Energy being one of the market leading industry shows in Asia, UBM Asia branched out this successful industry show to Myanmar as well as a few countries in ASEAN alongside with REVAC – a Refrigeration, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning Event.

“This partnership with Myanmar Engineering Society (MES) for MyanmarWater, Renewable Energy Myanmar and REVAC Myanmar is well timed to contribute towards Myanmar’s development,” says Mr. M. Gandhi, UBM Asia’s Managing Director of ASEAN Business in concluding the MoU signing ceremony.

Recognising its importance and advantage, UBM Asia receives full support from local organisations including those from the Myanmar Engineering Society (MES). “MES is pleased to collaborate with UBM Asia as it understand the importance of these industries in the current market of Myanmar for further development plans,” says Col. Thoung Win (Retd.), Chairman of Energy and Renewable Energy Committee of Myanmar Engineering Society (MES).

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has over a decade of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

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