From 11 to 14 May, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) will lead a group of 14 Taiwanese enterprises to exhibit a range of products and OEM services at the National Manufacturing Week 2010 (NMW 2010) in Sydney.
Among the participants are makers of machinery components who support many of the world’s leading companies from both manufacturing and machinery industries.
Other participating enterprises include makers of LCD modules, hand tools, cutting tools, wire and cable, and other products. Most of these enterprises have gained an excellent reputation in their respective fields, TAITRA claims.
A recent customs report from Taiwan called ‘ROC’ shows that Taiwan’s trade with Australia amounted to US$8.32 billion in 2009, making the latter the 11th major trade partner of Taiwan.
Taiwan’s exports to Australia reached US$2.62 billion in the year. Compared with Singapore and South Korea, which exported goods and services amounting to US$8.82 billion and US$5.3 billion respectively, Taiwan has room to step-up more trade with Australia, TAITRA says.
“Taiwan is well known for its manufacturing industry. Taiwanese product are admired the world over for their excellent quality and reasonable prices,” said a press notice from TAITRA.
“NMW 2010, therefore, will be a good opportunity for visitors to get a first-hand glimpse of what Taiwan has to offer (Taiwan Pavilion booth M105.1-M105.16, L159.1-L159.3).”