The event, which will run until April 5 at the Sai Gon Exhibition and Convention Centre, will include the participation of 140 exhibitors from 15 countries and territories including Germany, the US, Japan, the UK, France, Russia, the Republic of Korea, China and India.
Analytica is one of the activities to promote the development of the hi-tech market and help local organisations and individuals directly access foreign suppliers of modern equipment to avoid risks in commercial transactions and technology transfer.
The upcoming event is co-organised by the National Agency for Science and Technology Information under the Ministry of Science and Technology and Germany’s Messe Munchen Group.
The organisers described the event as a good opportunity for scientific and technological organisations, associations and businesses as well as analysis, testing and diagnostic facilities to gain access to the latest global technologies and equipment, while expanding co-operation, reforming technologies and developing business production.
Several conferences on environmental analysis, food analysis and food quality improvement as well as pharmaceutical analysis and clinical diagnosis will be held on the sidelines of the fair.
The previous event in the capital city drew 120 companies from 17 countries and territories.