Leading Taiwan Companies Show Cutting-edge Technologies at Assembly & Automation Technology 2017, Bangkok
Since the 1980s, Taiwan has been a major industrial powerhouse and technological innovator. In recent years, Taiwan has been transparent about its mission to lead the world in the development of information technology. The nation’s high-tech products span various sectors and have won the trust and praise from users around the world.
The Thai government is undertaking reforms to restructure its economy by launching the Thailand 4.0 Policy. The goal is to develop high-value, innovative industries, such as smart electronics, agriculture, biotechnology, and medical care. These industries are also strong in Taiwan.
The symbol of Taiwan Excellence honors Taiwan’s innovative products that provide tremendous value to users worldwide. All products carrying this symbol have been selected for specific Taiwan Excellence Awards based on their excellence in R&D, design, quality, marketing, and for encouraging being made in Taiwan. Initiated by the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA), R.O.C. in 1992, the symbol of Taiwan Excellence is recognized by 102 countries.
For the first time, Taiwan Excellence participate Assembly & Automation Technology on 21-24 June 2017. Articulated robotic arms, simulation software for 3D molding processes, electronic control pumps, tire pressure monitoring systems, fan nuts and 19 Taiwan Excellence Award winning products comes from 12 Brands are showcasing their latest technologies and innovations in the areas of Automation, Smart detection and ICT at the upcoming three-day exhibition slated 21-24 June, at Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC).
Mr. Jason Hsu, director of Taipei Economic and Culture Office in Thailand remarks “According to The Board of Investment of Thailand, up to 2015, Taiwanese businesses have a total investment of more than $14.6 billion USD in Thailand. There are more than 4,500 Taiwanese companies operating in Thailand with major investment projects in metal, machinery, and electronics. The Thai government has undergone restructuring by launching the Thailand 4.0 policy to develop high-value and innovative industries, such as smart electronics, agriculture, biotechnology, and medical care. These industries are also strong in Taiwan. There is a lot of room for cooperation between our two countries, in regards to technology transfers and joint research and development.”