4 Int'l vehicle, parts trade shows to kick off from April 11.
Driven by the Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement (ECFA) between Taiwan and China, said Chao Yueg-chuan, CEO and president of TAITRA, this year's shows are expanding.
Meanwhile, the 2nd Taiwan International Electric Vehicle Show (2012 EV Taiwan) and the 7th Taiwan International Motorcycle Industry Show (2012 Motorcycle Taiwan) will be held at TWTC Exhibition Hall 1 April 12 to 15, to cover plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), battery electric vehicles (BEVs), electric scooters, gasoline-powered motorcycles and scooters, and parts and accessories.
The four shows will host about 1,500 exhibitors using some 3,700 booths, as well as attract global buyers, including representatives from more than 8,000 international companies.
Taipei AMPA and AutoTronics Taipei 2012 are known as the largest and most specialized shows of their kind in Asia, and are consistently sensitive to global trends, able to offer eco-friendly products and services to meet the growing demand for green technologies.
Some 1,051 companies (up more than 10% from 2011) from 12 countries have registered for the shows, which will have 2,840 booths. National pavilions are to be set up by exhibitors from Thailand, the Philippines, Malaysia, South Korea, and China. This year, TAITRA says, will see the highest global representation ever, with 159 international exhibitors from 11 nations, including Japan, the U.S., South Korea, Thailand, Malaysia and China.
Well-known Taiwanese exhibitors as TYC Brothers, Depo, Eagle Eyes, Gordon Auto Body Parts, Just Auto Lighting, Sonar Auto Parts, Mobiletron Electronic, Tung Thih Electronic (TTE) and Whetron Electronic will be present.
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|Publication:||The Taiwan Economic News|
|Date:||Apr 6, 2012|
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