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Taiwan Smart Machinery | August 17, 2018

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Taiwan looks to tap into Philippines’ manufacturing potential

2018-08-09 |

The Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) on Friday said it will lead a group of Taiwanese exhibitors to a smart machinery exhibition in the Philippines, hoping to tap into the country’s growing manufacturing potential.

Together with the Taiwan Machine Tool & Accessory Builders’ Association (TMBA) and Taiwan Bearing & Transmission Association (TBTA), TAITRA will bring some 40 exhibitors to Smart Tech Manufacturing Philippines 2018 in Metro Manila from Aug. 22 to 25. Read More

FISME taking business delegation to Taiwan for world’s leading plastic and rubber exhibition

2018-08-09 |

The Federation of Indian Micro and Small & Medium Enterprises (FISME) is taking a business delegation to Taiwan for the 16th Edition of TAIPEI PLAS 2018, one of the most prominent Taipei International Plastics & Rubber Industry Show.

The delegation would visit Taiwan from August 14 to 18, 2018 while the exhibition is from August 15 to 19.

TAIPEI PLAS 2018 is one of the leading exhibitions in Taiwan in the field of Plastics and Rubber in which around 540 exhibitors will be participating and approximately 18,800 visitors are expected.

The exhibition would focus on Plastic & Rubber Processing Machinery, Injection Molding Machinery, Blow Molding Machinery, Extruders, Printing Machinery, Auxiliary Equipment, Molds & Dies, Parts & Accessories, Raw Materials, Semi-Finished & Finished Products.

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Taiwan’s Machine Tool Industry on the way towards the Smartification

2018-08-03 |

TAICHUNG, Taiwan–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Due to the unstoppable trend of Global Industry 4.0, most leading Taiwan machine tool builders have stepped into the field of smart machinery, making single machines intellectualized and multi-tasked, as well as assembly lines going smart. They have also … Read More

Textile, food processing “key” to Myanmar-Taiwan trade

2018-08-03 |

SEEKING to build on the rapid growth in trade between Taipei and Myanmar, industry bodies from the two sides have signed two memoranda of understanding at the recent Taiwan-Myanmar Industrial Collaboration Summit.

MyoThet, vice president of the Union of Myanmar … Read More

Rockwell Automation to boost smart manufacturing in Taiwan

2018-08-03 |

US-based Rockwell Automation will build a smart manufacturing demonstration base in Taiwan and cooperate with Industrial College under government-sponsored Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) to train 5,000 local industrial automation experts over the next two years, in a bid to help local manufacturers upgrade their production to smart manufacturing, according to the company’s Greater China vice president Shih Ian. Read More

Lockheed Martin engages with Taiwan on titanium technologies

2018-07-31 |

Lockheed Martin is supporting the advancement of Taiwan’s aerospace and defence (A&D) industry through a programme to support the indigenous development and production of titanium, the US corporation has confirmed to Jane’s .

The ‘titanium investment casting’ project is being carried out under an industrial co-operation programme (ICP) linked to Taiwan’s procurement of Lockheed Martin Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) surface-to-air missiles. Read More

Hiwin June revenues hit record

2018-07-20 |

Mechanical motion control component and industrial robot maker Hiwin Technologies has reported consolidated revenues of NT$2.702 billion (US$88.8 million) for June, hitting monthly record for the fourth consecutive time with growth of 3.10% sequentially and 52.51% on year. Read More

Leading machine tool makers post solid sales

2018-07-19 |

Bolstered by robust demand, leading machine tool makers Tongtai Machine and Tool Co (東台精機) and Goodway Machine Corp (程泰機械) reported double-digit annual revenue growth in the first half of the year.

Kaohsiung-based Tongtai saw sales last month grow 14.97 percent to NT$1.04 billion (US$34.12 million) from a year earlier, bringing cumulative revenue in the first half to NT$5.44 billion, up 27.5 percent from the same period last year. Read More