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Taiwanese companies seek collaborations in the ITM Industry Europe, Poland

Taiwanese companies seek collaborations in the ITM Industry Europe, Poland


Taiwanese companies seek collaborations in the ITM Industry Europe, Poland

Entrusted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Taiwan, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) is pleased to announce its participation alongside 22 Taiwanese enterprises in the 94th ITM Industry Europe 2022 from May 31 to June 3 at the Poznan Congress Center (Hall 3, Booth 14) in Poznan, Poland. 

The Taiwan Pavilion offered a wide range of innovative products, such as ball splines, ball screws, multi-axis robots, AC servo motors, cylindrical grinders, servo presses, CNC tube bending machines, CNC lathes, CNC vertical/horizontal machining centers, deep hole drills, piston dual switch type lubrication systems (AVFB), tap chucks, resistance welding machines, cutting coolant purification equipment, indexable milling tools, CNC machine tool spare parts, polish machines, air tools, OEM fasteners, bolts and nuts, pneumatic products, tool holders, boring systems, CNC rotary tables, satellite roller screws, and so on. 

Among the exhibitors at the Taiwan Pavilion was HIWIN Technologies Corp., a world leader in the manufacturing of motion controls and systems. With its core technologies, HIWIN formed the "Smart Manufacturing Alliance" with 30 machine tool manufacturers from Taiwan.

Hannsa Precision is the general name for machine tools produced by Ying Han Technology Co., Ltd. Since 1990 when it began making machine tool components, Ying Han Technology has accumulated sufficient experience and know-how in designing and manufacturing high-precision components.

SEYI is a leading brand of medium and large servo presses with a global presence. Their main customers are spread across various industries, including the automotive, aerospace, medical equipment, agriculture machinery, home appliances, consumer electronics, and building materials and hardware manufacturing industries.

Throughout the four-day event, TAITRA promoted mutual exchange and collaboration between Poland and Taiwan. The markets of Poland and its neighbors are brimming with potential business opportunities for Taiwan. Taiwan’s machinery industry is renowned for its high quality and competitive prices throughout the world. Therefore, we saw this event as an excellent platform for Taiwanese enterprises to display their innovative products and meet potential buyers and partners for possible business cooperation.

At the opening ceremony of the Taiwan Pavilion, our representative Bob L.J. Chen of the Taipei Representative Office in Poland, VIP Ms. Iwona Matuszczak-Szulc, Director of the City Development and Foreign Relations Department at Poznań City Hall, and Vice Chairman Filip Bittner of the PIF organization wished the Taiwan Pavilion great success and fruitful results. Seventy-nine potential buyers visited the Taiwan Pavilion and had trade meetings with Taiwanese companies. The estimated follow-up order amount within one year is 1.81 million US dollars (USD) . Five exhibitors who presented at the Taiwan Pavilion said that they would like to participate in this exhibition next year because business opportunities can be expected. Manufacturers were grateful for the opportunity to participate in the Taiwan Pavilion at this exhibition.

Furthermore, in 2021, Taiwan’s total value of imports from Poland amounted to USD 412 million, which shows a rise of 10.1% when compared to the same period in 2020. Export values reached USD 1,242 million, a 43.8% increase compared to the same period in 2020. These numbers demonstrate the highly active commercial interactions between Taiwan and Poland.