MTA VIETNAM 2017 will be held from July 4 to 7 at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center (SECC) in Ho Chi Minh City. The yearly exhibition has been consecutively held for the past 15 years, with its scale expanding every year. This event has become the largest professional international exhibition in Vietnam. It is estimated that this year the number of exhibitors will exceed 420 and attract more than 12,000 professional buyers from around the world.
MTA VIETNAM 2017 will be held from July 4 to 7 at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center (SECC) in Ho Chi Minh City. This year, 32 Taiwanese machine tool makers will be exhibiting at the show, which also makes this the largest ever group of Taiwanese exhibitors to join the event.
Machine toolmaker Goodway Machine Corp (程泰機械) yesterday said it plans to allocate NT$2 billion (US$65.93 million) for the development of “smart” machinery in the coming two years in a bid to offset rising labor costs.
“We have to put effort into ‘smart’ machinery, as production costs will inevitably rise,” company chairman Edward Yang (楊德華) said at a media gathering in Taipei yesterday, citing the aging population as one of the industry’s challenges.
Taipei, May 26 (CNA) Exports of Taiwan-made machinery rose more than 10 percent in the first four months of 2017 from a year earlier, bolstered by strengthening global demand as the world economy continues to recover.
Taiwan’s machinery exports totaled US$7.6 billion in the January-April period, up about 13 percent compared with the same period a year earlier, according to Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) figures released Friday.
A special VR product launch event held during Metalloobrabotka 2017 featuring the machine tool and metalworking innovations of Taiwan’s machinery makers wowed the attending buyers, VIP guests and local media.
Held entirely in VR, the launch event took the 50 attending guests, all wearing VR headsets, on a virtual tour of the various new manufacturing solutions developed by Taiwanese companies.
India is actively wooing foreign investors for its fast-growing economy and market. With a population of 1.3 billion, many of whom are keen to upgrade their consumer electronics, the South Asian nation presents huge business potential for Taiwanese firms seeking to cut their dependence on China and deepen their presence elsewhere in Asia. India-Taipei Association Director-General Sridharan Madhusudhanan shared his views on how Taiwan and India could build each other up economically during an exclusive interview with ‘Taipei Times’ staff reporter Crystal Hsu at his office yesterday morning
Taiwan’s Vice Economic Minister Shen Jong-chin recently announced a US$2.29 billion plan to transform Taichung City into a smart machinery hub.
Shen defined the smart machinery industry as encompassing robotics, IoT, big data, smart technology, precision mechanics and smart manufacturing. According to the plan, a smart machinery park will be built in Taichung City and will have more than 30 hectares of available space to host 50 manufacturers.
Product Launch & Press Conference at Metalloobrabotka 2017
10:30-12:00, May 16th
74C80, Pavilion 7, Level 2, Hall 4, Expocenter
Moscow–The Taiwan Product Application Demo Show (Booth #74C80) at Metalloobrabotka 2017 will highlight the technological strengths of Taiwan’s metalworking and machine tools industries by exhibiting the work pieces and smart manufacturing products/solutions from Taiwan. The event aims to enhance the local manufacturing sectors’ competitive edge, especially the automotive and aerospace manufacturing industries in Russia.
TAIPEI (Taiwan News)—Taiwan’s Vice Economic Minister Shen Jong-chin (沈榮津) announced plans to invest NT$70 billion (US$2.29 billion) to transform Taichung City into a smart machinery city.
The Tsai Administration aims to transform Taiwan into a top exporter of smart machinery equipment, periphery accessories and systems to neighboring Southeast Asian countries.
Taiwan – The event, held early March in Taipei, hosted about 1,100 exhibitors from 21 countries and recorded 47,500 visitors from 90 nations.
Taipei International Machine Tool Show (TIMTOS) is Asia’s second largest and Taiwan’s largest metal processing equipment trade show. The theme for the recently held 26th edition was ”Industry 4.0+ & smart manufacturing for seamless industrial upgrades”. The inauguration witnessed the presence of leading players from the machine tool sector. David Chuang, Vice Chairman, TAMI said, “Timtos has become an important platform for machine tool companies around the world to showcase their latest models and technology prowess. It is also the go-to venue where buyers, home and abroad, source their machine tools.”