Thursday, July 7, 2016

Taiwanese new technologies in the Vietnamese market – Le Courrier du Vietnam (Press Release)

& Gt; & gt; Binh Dinh welcomes Taiwanese companies
Da Wei Hsu, deputy director of Department of Commerce of the Ministry of Economy of Taiwan (China), confirmed the desire to support and promote trade relations Vietnam and Taiwan. He stressed that the machine tool industry is one of the most competitive industries and developed in Taiwan. “ With the rapid growth of the Vietnamese economy, our trade relations as our cooperation are closely linked than before ,” he said.

This year, 56 companies Taiwanese are present at the MTA Vietnam exhibition in a pavilion of over 1,000 square meters, the largest foreign flag of the event.

the Taiwanese machine tools have many advantages including a good quality, Advanced technology, high accuracy and reasonable prices, which would allow Vietnamese enterprises to reduce the burden of their necessary investments. Taiwan could become a consistent partner in this sector since the Vietnam imports more than 70% of its machines and industrial equipment and CNC machines (computer numerical control).

The great Taiwanese brands like Hosea Precision, Awea Mechantronic, Hannsa Precision or City Tools, are present at this important event.

Meanwhile, an online forum on the Vietnamese-Taiwanese digital technologies (Taiwan Trade) was presented to the participants with a new Vietnamese version, designed specifically for the Vietnamese market. This forum allows local businesses to be in contact with many Taiwanese companies. More than 900 companies and 5,000 products in relation to the machine tool industry were selected to meet the needs of Vietnamese companies.

The MTA Vietnam 2016 International precision engineering exhibition machine tools and machining which it is the 14 th edition, opened at the SECC on 5 July. Until July 8, experts in the industry have the opportunity to meet and network with over 416 exhibitors from 24 countries and territories, including Taiwan, Germany, the Republic of Korea, Japan, Singapore and Thailand.

Text and photo: Trung Khanh / CVN


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