Taipei International Machine Tool Show Timtos 2023 welcomes international visitors back to Taiwan

Source: Taitra

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Taipei International Machine Tool Show, also known as Timtos, will return in 2023 from March 6 to 11 at Nangang Exhibition Center. With 1,000+ exhibitors in nearly 6,100 booths, the 2023 edition will be the largest trade show ever recorded after Taiwan has recently lifted all its border controls since the Covid-19 outbreak.

In a press conference for Timtos 2023, the show organisers unveiled the highlights of the next trade fair.
In a press conference for Timtos 2023, the show organisers unveiled the highlights of the next trade fair.
(Source: Taitra)

At present, foreign professionals are free to travel to Taiwan to participate in trade shows as usual, and the global machine tool industry is planning their visit to the upcoming Timtos 2023. As a result, there are increasing demands for bigger booth spaces, and meanwhile, delegations are coming from Vietnam, Turkey, India, etc., according to Taitra, the organiser.

In a press conference for Timtos 2023, the show organisers, Simon Wang, President & CEO of Taitra and Larry Wei, Chairman of Tami, unveiled the highlights of the coming Timtos 2023. Taitrao CEO Wang pointed out that the new slogan “Keep Rolling in Metalworking” highlighted the show’s claim to link up the global machine tool ecosystem to make metal processing smarter, more efficient, and more sustainable. “It is not an understatement to say that the growing metalworking industry worldwide is one of major forces driving sustained global growth,” Wang said.

Tami Chairman Wei is also confident of the success of Timtos 2023. Taiwan's machine tool industry has become more resilient since the pandemic, keeping working on intelligent transformation and adding value to their products. Timtos gathers most Taiwan players in the machine tool sector and is a must-attend event for those who are looking for products or services developed by Taiwan manufacturers.

Other panelists were Eugene Y, J. Chang, Chairman of Chin Fong, Richard Wang, Chairman of Earth-Chain, Miro Lin, CEO of Machine Tool Business Group (Taichung), Fair Friend Group (FFG), Sunny Yang, TT Group as well as representatives from three country pavilions, Clint Brewer, American Institute in Taiwan, Axel Limberg, German Trade Office Taipei and Bo Mønsted, Trade Council of Denmark, Taipei who shared wonderful insights how changing market trends impacted the industry’s transition to resilience and sustainability.

Besides Chin Fong, Earth-Chain, FFG and TTGroup, the big brands at home and from other 17 countries/regions in Timtos 2023 including Hiwin, PMI, YLM, Shinbu, Kafo, Chmer, Hartford, Soco, You Ji, Takisawa, YCM, Kao Ming, Victor Taichung, Delta, Siemens, Heidenhain, Trumpf, Fanuc, Igus, Mazak, Mitsubishi, THK, Zeiss, Universal Robot, Mitutoyo, Keyence, and Renishaw will showcase the latest models and smart solutions.

What’s more, Timtos 2023 will debut three new themed areas featuring “Advanced Metalworking Technology,” “Additive Manufacturing” and “Future Manufacturing.” The organisers also encourage attendees to take advantage of the exciting and productive events at Timtos 2023 such as Future Manufacturing Forum, Corporate Carbon Footprints Consultation, Podcast Live, Maker Workshop, and Guided Tours.

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