the Biggest International Pavilion with Record-Breaking Number of Overseas Exhibitors
August 08, 2016 02:31 AM Eastern Daylight Time
TAICHUNG, Taiwan–(BUSINESS WIRE)–TMTS 2016 will be held on Nov. 23rd-27th by TMBA. The number and the scale of overseas exhibitors hit high record this year and make it the biggest international pavilion machine tool show in Taiwan.
There are 8% increases in overall scale and exhibitor number respectively compared to the last show in 2014. TMTS 2016 is the largest machine tool show in Taiwan this year with the order amount expecting to be over USD 250 million and transaction size surpassing the last show.
Some of the country’s leading machine tools and accessories builders will discuss the latest developments at a press conference on Wed., Sept. 14., 2016.
Chicago, Illinois – Leaders of Taiwan’s machine tool industry will unveil new initiatives in areas ranging from smart manufacturing to aircraft part machining at the 2016 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) running Sept. 12-17 at Chicago’s McCormick Place. Some of the country’s leading machine tools and accessories builders will discuss the latest developments at a press conference on Wednesday, Sept. 14.
The 14th International Precision Engineering, Machine Tools and Metalworking Exhibition, MTA Việt Nam 2016, opened yesterday in HCM City to showcase the latest technologies and equipment in the industry.
The exhibition at the Sài Gòn Exhibition and Convention Centre has attracted 416 enterprises from 24 countries and territories, including 13 international pavilions from such countries as Germany, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand.
hennai: Taipei World Trade Center in association with Ambattur Industrial Estate Manufacturers Association and National Small Industries Corporation launched the 12th edition of their machine tool exhibition in the city Friday.
Taiwan is the world’s fifth largest exporter of machine tools and components. Its machine tool industry is driven in part by world-class industry clusters comprising more than 1,000 precision machinery manufacturers and 10,000-plus downstream suppliers. The nation’s machine tool industry enjoys the highest output per unit area, averaging $4 billion in annual output.
The world’s oldest and most important technology show HANNOVER MESSE was held on April 25, 2016, at the famous exhibition centre in Hannover, Germany. Taiwan was well represented this year with around 80 companies attending, which Included DELTA, Hiwin, Advantech, Tatung, and NEXCOM.
Foxnum Technology, a subsidiary of Hon Hai/FoxconnTechnology Group, also joined the exhibition, showcasing its latest industrial technology during the event. Foxconn Technology Group’s chairman Terry Gou made a special trip to Hannover Messe last year.
Manufacturing activity in Taiwan showed signs of recovery in March. Orders rose 1.92 billion, which is in line with average monthly order of 1.9-2.0 billion.
Wang Cheng-ching, secretary general of the Taiwan Association of Machinery Industry (TAMI), said, “The market has bounced back. There will be a significant improvement in orders and shipments in Q2.
Besides, the value of New Taiwan dollar has fallen more than that of Japanese yen and South Korean won lately. The sharp currency devaluation would make Taiwan exports appear cheaper and more competitive.”
The nation’s machinery makers should lead in the era of “Industry 4.0” to avoid wasting resources, the head of the Taiwan Association of Machinery Industry (TAMI, 台灣機械公會) said yesterday, adding a call for close collaboration among research institutes, academia and the government.
“The industrial end is the side that knows where the demands are,” TAMI chairman Alex Ko (柯拔希) said on the sidelines of the Taipei Manufacturing Technology Show at the Taipei World Trade Center’s Nangang Exhibition Hall.