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Experiencing Kingsmen

“We do not just build. We provide total solutions for our clients.” – A practice that Kingsmen has stuck unwaveringly to for the past 39 years amidst changing industry dynamics.

Translating design and innovation into reality, Kingsmen’s multi-disciplinary expertise enables it to offer services beyond the tradeshow floor. Providing seamless end-to-end solutions from Exhibitions & Events, Retail & Corporate Interiors, to Thematic & Museums and Alternative Marketing, Kingsmen continuously enhances its integrated capabilities and prides itself on its comprehensive range of service offerings that are rendered to international clients from diverse sectors. The company’s integrated suite of value-added services span an entire supply chain; from ideation, research and design, consultancy, project management and prototyping to fabrication, implementation and installation, logistics support and after-sales service.

Enchanted Garden at Singapore Changi Airport
Enchanted Garden at Singapore Changi Airport

Today, Kingsmen has a strategic network of 18 offices across 10 countries, with more than 1,700 staff and over 870,000 square feet of production facilities across Asia Pacific and the Middle East. Its steadfast commitment to outstanding design, exceptional quality and service has enabled the company to work with clients such as BMW, Chanel, Gastech, LVMH, TFWA Asia Pacific Exhibition and Conference, Universal Studios Singapore and Walt Disney Imagineering.

We look forward to partnering U.S. and European exhibit houses for projects in the Asia Pacific region.

For more information about Kingsmen, visit kingsmen-int.com or contact at (65) 688 000 88 or info@kingsmen-int.com

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