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Gyproc shows off exceptional Thai innovation in The Philippines at CONEX 2016Gyproc shows off exceptional Thai innovation in The Philippines at CONEX 2016

Bangkok - Thai Gypsum Products Public Company Limited, the manufacturer of gypsum innovations over 45 years and of the leading brand Gyproc, was pleased to demonstrate its leading Gyproc innovations at CONEX 2016, the premier building and construction expo event in The Philippines. Gyproc joined the event as exhibitor to reflect leadership and its expert image in regional gypsum markets; a chance to showcase its Thai-made gypsum solutions to growing overseas markets.

The UAP Convention Exhibits (CONEX) is currently The Philippines' premier building and construction exhibition. Uniting all construction industry sectors, CONEX demonstrates state-of-the-art products and is a perfect ground to promote technologies, equipment and materials to the Philippine market. For Gyproc, it’s an ideal opportunity to connect to local architects, designers, builders and contractors.

The event is also important as it allows merchants in The Philippines to understand "Gyproc Go Green." These product development and production methodologies, also known within the industry as Gyproc 3G, are a part of Gyproc’s vision to preserve natural resources and reduce pollution, two hot topics for end users in The Philippines.

Richard Juggery, Managing Director, Thai Gypsum Products Public Company Limited, explained, “Gyproc really is a Thai success story. Its innovative products serve forward-looking architects and installers across the South-east Asia region from its two Thai manufacturing facilities. It’s been great to connect to stakeholders in The Philippines, a growing market for us, and clearly a very important development market with lots of room to grow its innovation, architecture and installer quality in partnership with leading international brands like Gyproc.”

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