Taipei, May 3 (CNA) Taiwan’s exclusive manufacturing tech show returns with the first-time participation of a Swiss Pavilion and its first showing at NANGANG Exhibition Hall
After a two year hiatus MTduo, also known as Taipei Manufacturing Technology Show, is back, bigger and better to serve the entire industry with a new lineup of machine tool & manufacturing technology. There are a lot of pleasant surprises waiting!
First time dedicated venue at NANGANG Exhibition Hall This year MTduo is much better presented to hold and meet the unique exhibition needs of heavy machinery since it takes place for the first time in the purpose-built NANGANG Exhibition Hall, which can bear loads and space demands needed by heavy machinery.
Record size & scale The new location is letting MTduo host a record number 252 leading firms who are using a record 967 booths. Exhibition floor space has grown to 22,680 sq. meters, a 37.5%, increase on the previous MTduo in 2010.
Business generated by this event is seen as a key indicator for economic growth since it largely mirrors the upstream B-to-B environment and could signal a message that demands for machines and technologies is on its way back.
The Swiss are here! Welcome aboard Switzerland! Yes, it’s the first time that MTduo has hosted a Swiss Pavilion. And that’s good news since the professionals know that the Swiss rank at the summit when it comes to machines.
Award Winning Technologies Enlighten the Show TAITRA and TAMI are fielding the best at MTduo, including Winners of the 5th Taiwan Machine Tool Industry Awards for Excellence in Research & Innovation (jointly organized by the Taiwan Machine Tool Foundation, TMTF), such as:
1. FAIR FRIEND: Grand Champion Award, HT-30SY CNC Turning Center, Award of Eminence, EH500-5AX Horizontal 5 Axis Machining Center;
2. CHING HUNG: Grand Champion Award, P3020SL High Accuracy Low Friction Micro Feed Quantity Wire-Cut EDM;
3. DAH LIH: Award of Eminence, DMV2000 Traveling Column Vertical Machining Center with 5 Axes;
4. CENTER LINE: Award of Eminence, NTP-2510 All Servo-Electric CNC Turret Punching Press.
Internationally recognized brands of versatile machineries will be assorted at MTduo for buyers to see, touch, and thrill. Leading firms, such as C-DOUBLE, CHAIN-HEADWAY, DMG MORI SEIKI, FONGEI, PMI, PO LY GIM, SUN FIRM, WEXTEN, and YANG IRON, are all joining this event.
Great sourcing comes with six great exhibition zones In order for our buyers to have an easier access to suppliers and their products, the organizers of MTduo have designed the 6 show zones as follows:
1. AUTOMATION, COMPONENTS, MOLD AND DIE, TOOLS AND CUTTERS ZONE
2. CAD/CAM, DESIGN ENGINEER, CONTROL SYSTEM, INSPECTION & MEASUREMENT ZONE
3. MACHINERY AND MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY ZONE
4. SHEET-METAL PROCESSING AND METAL FORMING MACHINE ZONE
5. SWISS PAVILION
6. ASSOCIATIONS AND TRADE MEDIA ZONE
Worlds’ Best Buyers will be here at MTduo It is projected that MTduo 2012 will host more than 1,000 international visitors and 10,000 domestic visitors, creating business opportunities of US$300 million. Among all buyers, there are many market giants with annual sales exceeding US$100 million, including APPLE (USA), NISSIN MANUFACTURING (Japan), MOTOR SICH JSC (Ukraine), CHINA FAW GROUP CORPORATION, FAW CAR , FAW FOUNDRY, FAW JIEFANG AUTOMOTIVE WUXI DIESEL ENGINE WORKS, FAW JILIN AUTOMOBILE, SHAANXI QINCHUAN MACHINERY DEVELOPMENT, and WSP HOLDINGS from China.
Seminars & Procurement Meetings link the Market The organizers of MTduo are teaming up with related institutions, such as the Precision Machinery Research & Development Center, to hold 8 professional seminars. But the most anticipated features likely are the “MTduo 2012 Procurement Meetings” on May 4 from 2PM to 5PM at NANGANG Exhibition Hall Rm. 404 that render business prospects into tangible orders.
MTduo opens daily from 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. on May 3-6 to international visitors and is open to domestic companies with admission badges, and to the general public with tickets (sold at NT$200 until 4 PM).
For more details, please see: www.mtduo.com.tw.
David Hsu, +886-2-2725-5200 ext.267