With the Japanese government resuming its official development assistance (ODA), Myanmar will serve as an important platform for foreign companies to advance into the Myanmar market. This year, we expect top quality companies from Japan to showcase advanced technologies, from water pumps, filters to automation and treatment systems in Myanmar from 22 - 24 October, 2014 in Tatmadaw Exhibition Hall, Yangon.

Here is a sneak peak of what to expect at this leading International Water and Wastewater Industry event.

EBARA Corporation was established in 1912 as a pump manufacturer. Since then, EBARA's product line has grown to include fans, blowers, turbines, compressors, chillers and variety of other equipment.

Today, EBARA is mainly known as a specialist in the manufacturing of turbo machinery, particularly pumps.

During this time, the EBARA Group has built an extensive track record with its delivery of large-size pumps for irrigation and flood control as well as water pumps for high-rise buildings, large-scale commercial facilities and domestic pressure boosting in Myanmar as well.
AIPOLY BROADPIPE: High-performance double-layered PE pipe made of PE-100 which can be applied in a variety of applications both in embedded or exposed piping with its long-term durability and great flexibility.
Kubota Johkasou is not just a septic tank but a plant that treats all types of wastewater from residential households to commercial hotels, condominiums and factories.

Kubota's world renowned wastewater treatment technology is a global benchmark and this system is essential for our country's environment and future.

Horiba Water Quality Instruments, having developed Japan's first glass electrode pH meter and with more than 60 years of experience, is committed to new technologies such as the unique flat sensors which only requires a single drop of sample. The LAQUA series consists of LAQUAtwin pens, LAQUAact Handheld, LAQUA benchtop and electrodes/accessories.




We are excited to be participating at MyanmarWater 2014 - Myanmar's International Water and Wastewater Industry Show. We are ready to showcase the latest products and technologies, and looking forward to seeing you at our Ebara Booth (F1).

Mr. Keiichi Matsuda,
Sales Manager
Ebara Corporation

This is our first time we will join the exhibition in Myanmar to promote our products. MyanmarWater 2014 gives us much broader exposure to potential buyers outside of our own country, and we are very excited to be able to gain new and valuable response of visitors. We believe this show can be a great opportunity to find new themes and expand our future business..

Mr. Kakuji Nokano,
INOAC Housing and Construction Material Co., Ltd.

Our past participation in MyanmarWater 2013 helped us make a substantial growth in business and thus we decided to come back for the second time. This year, there are more visitors expected, especially from overseas. And there is added and continued professionalism to the show. Water and wastewater is a hot topic in Myanmar and I believe will only increase in the coming years. In addition, to the interest from local businesses, I also received many serious purchasing requests. The show was very successful for us.

Mr. Mark Bahpyu @ Pyae Phyo Maung,
Waminn Group of Companies