Taiwan Exhibition and Convention Association (TECA), was founded on June 18, 2008 and established under Law of commercial organization TECA’s objective is to promote the exhibition and convention industry both home and abroad, advance the economic development, harmonize TECA members’ relationships, further the common interests, and assist the government in carrying out policies and laws.Introduction More
Taiwan acts effectively in combating new corona virus
Amid the growing number of confirmed cases of coronavirus infections globally, Taiwan has been effective in curbing the outbreak by moving swiftly to deploy the necessary actions that ensure public health and safety. As of today, Wednesday Feb 12, the new coronavirus outbreak has resulted in a total of 45,183 confirmed cases reported worldwide. As of writing, a total of 18 confirmed cases were found in Taiwan, all of which were imported or close contact cases. There have been no community-acquired cases, nor any new confirmed case since Feb 9. Moreover, one of the confirmed cases has already fully recovered, with the rest on the way to recovery and are in stable conditions. The risk of infection to international travelers within Taiwan is considered low to minimal.
Opening Video_Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 2 & Taipei International Machine Tool Show 2019
Co-hosted by TAITRA and the Taiwan Machinery Industry Association, the ‘2019 Taipei International Machine Tool Show (TIMTOS)’ will take place March 4-9, at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center Hall 1&2, and TWTC Hall 1&3. The six-day show, the largest in TIMTOS’ history and the third largest of its kind in the world, will gather 1,230 exhibitors and bring to life 7,000 booths – the greatest number of booths ever used in Taiwan, as well as welcome 7,500 international buyers and 52,700 Taiwanese industry visitors. TIMTOS is the first international show to take place at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 2 (TaiNEX 2). The much anticipated TaiNEX 2, which passed Taiwan’s first Green Building Gold Label, has a total floor area of 156,700 sq. m2 and capacity of up to 32,000 people. TIMTOS will occupy the ground level, with 12m ceilings and 4th level with 9m ceilings. The joint grand opening TaiNEX 2 and TIMTOS 2019 will create momentum to Taiwan’s MICE industry and upgrade the international status of Taiwan’s industries. TIMTOS this year features exhibitors from 26 countries. Those include world-renowned firms such as DMG MORI, MAZAK, FANUC, SIEMENS, SODICK, and HEIDENHAIN. Local exhibitors include Fair Friend Group, Chain Headway, Soco Machinery, Tongtai, Kao Fong Machinery, Po Ly GIM, Goodway, Shinwu, Chevalier, PMI-Group, and Deta. In addition to countless exhibitors from Switzerland and Germany, companies from USA, Denmark and Turkey will feature in national pavilions for the first time. This points to the fact that TIMTOS has become a major show for global manufacturers to demonstrate their advanced machines and technologies. This year TIMTOS presents an “AR Experience Zone” for the first time, which uses Augmented Reality (AR) to demonstrate the structures of metal-forming machines. Taiwanese metal-forming machinery companies apply robotic arms, automatic die change systems, sensors, and AR applications and together with production management systems and remote management, to build smart production lines of sheet metal and aluminum alloy casting. This corresponds to TIMTOS’s themes ‘Industry 4.0, Smart Manufacturing’, featuring Industry 4.0 and smart manufacturing solutions and complete machine tool supply chains. For example, YCM’s Smart Factory, Kao Fong’s new 5-Axis Machine and Double-column Machine, and Honor Seiki’s new generation machine tools specifically designed for making aircrafts. Furthermore, the TIMTOS Summit at TICC on March 5-6, will assemble top executives from international and local firms including ABB, Optomec, Dassault Système, Airbus, DMG, Siemens and Bosch Rexroth. They will focus on ‘Machine Intelligence and AIoT’, ‘Additive Manufacturing’, ‘Innovation in Aerospace Manufacturing’, ‘Automotive Manufacturing Revolution’ to explore state-of-the-art technique application and industrial trends. In parallel, the show features multiple events including the ‘14th Ceremony of Taiwan Machine Tool Industry Awards for Excellence in Research & Innovation’, ‘TIMTOS 2019 One-on-One Procurement Meetings’, ‘Market Briefing of Machinery Industry in Malaysia & Signing Ceremony for the Memorandum of Understanding between TAITRA and PENFEIA (Penang Foundry & Engineering Industries Association)’, ‘Taiwan-Japan Machinery Enterprise Economic and Trade Exchange Meeting’, and the ‘Germany Company Talk @ TIMTOS’. There will also be 40 seminars on new technologies and new product launches. The show opens daily from 10:00 to 18:00, March 4-9. Free admission with business cards is available for professional visitors. Tickets can be purchased for the general public (NT$200 per ticket - booths are open till 16:00), local students from industry-relevant fields require a student ID for free admission. The show will not admit children under 12 years old. For more information, please access our official website at www.timtos.com.tw.
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