For the first time ever, two major machine tool exhibitions in Taiwan, “Taipei Int’l Machine Tool Show (TIMTOS)” and “Taiwan International Machine Tool Show (TMTS)” will be held at the same time with the show name “TIMTOS x TMTS 2022” in Taipei, February 21 – 26, 2022, creating a “1+1 greater than 2” synergy for the industry, and likely boosting the international status of Taiwan machine tool industry.
Total exports of Taiwan machine tools from January to August this year reached US$1.755 billion, a phenomenal increase by 22.2% over the same period last year. What’s more, recently TIMTOS and TMTS, two exhibition gurus in Taiwan, have reached consensus that they will be working together to host the shows same time, same venue in Taipei next February, with the same goal in view to help Taiwan companies explore global markets.
Over the years, the two trade shows have been separately held in Taipei and Taichung and kept growing in scale. However, due to the pandemic and venue issues in Taichung, both TIMTOS 2021 and TMTS 2020 were presented online instead of physical exhibitions. As the global machine tool industry is recovering from the pandemic and demand is going high, industry players are eager for physical events. Mr. Jong-chin Shen, Vice Premier of Executive Yuan has thus coordinated the organizers of TIMTOS and TMTS to work together and maximize the trade opportunities for all the exhibitors and visitors. Undoubtedly, the cooperation marks a milestone of unity for Taiwan machine tools industry.
Aside from metal cutting machine tools, machining centers and metal forming machine tools, the joint show “TIMTOS x TMTS 2022” will also showcase a lineup of smart machines. “Smart Machinery” is part of Taiwan government’s “five plus two” innovative industries plan. The alliance between TIMTOS and TMTS in 2022 will fully represent the development and R&D capacity of Taiwan smart machinery industry.It is expected that the joint show “TIMTOS x TMTS 2022” will consolidate resources available to better serve all attendees.
More updates will be coming shortly. Stay tuned on official websites www.timtos-tmts.com.tw.
Press Release_Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA)
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