The exhibition focuses on Safety drive / Prevention car accident / Health care management

Theme: Truck / Bus / Taxi etc Safety, Energy saving and Health care management

Safe driving, Car accidents prevention, Energy saving and Health care management are important themes for the transport industry. To solve these issues, systems, products and technologies are gathered at the “TRANSPORT SYSTEM EXPO 2018”.
While ensuring safe driving, equipment to assist efficient drive and systems or products which support drivers etc, we are hosting an exhibition of products that are paid close attention. Moreover, series of seminars and presentations will be held to attract visitors who are highly interested in the products.
“TRANSPORT SYSTEM EXPO 2018” provides you great business opportunities to meet new customers and to expand your networks in the market.

■ The number of visitor in 2017 (Tokyo International Exhibition Center)

Date Number (number in 2016)
May 24 16,260 (14,603)
May 25 15,528 (13,077)
May 26 18,786 (19,428)
Total 50,574 (47,108)
※The number includes visitors to expos held simultaneously.

■ The number of visitors for Transport System Expo in Osaka 2017

Date Number
June 8 5,175
June 9 5,359
Total 10,534
※The number includes visitors to expos held simultaneously.
NAME OF SHOW TRANSPORT SYSTEM EXPO 2018
VENUE Tokyo International ExhibitionCenter (Tokyo Big Sight) INTEX Osaka
DATE OF SHOW May 23,24,25 June 7,8
ORGANIZERS Executive committee for Transport System Expo
MANAGEMENT OFFICE Parabox, Ltd. / EJK Japan, Ltd.
COORPORATION Nissin Corporation
ENDORSE Japan Tracking Association, Japan Local Network System, Japan packaging Institute, Japan pallet association, Japanese Material Handling Society, The Japan Institute of Material Handling, Organization for the promotion of low emission vehicles, etc.

The exhibition is taken place simultaneously with Wireless Japan/Wireless IoT EXPO 2018 and Wireless Technology Park (WTP) 2018 where you can meet more than 50,000 attendees. We will assist matching with exhibitors and attendees.

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