Taiwan Hardware Show 2017 27 September 2017

The Taiwan Hardware Show (THS) 2017 will open its doors from 11th – 13th October at the Taichung High Speed Rail Exhibition Center after being fully booked for the past five months.

Running for its 17th consecutive year, THS 2017’s show floor has been expanded to the maximum capacity – a 12% increase in floor space and 8% increase in booth numbers compared to the last edition.

The three day event will cover 8 showcase categories – tools & accessories, locks & fittings, fasteners & fittings, building supplies, garden & outdoor equipment, automotive supplies & accessories, machines & plant equipment and safety equipment & products.

Organiser Kaigo Co Ltd points out that with the presence of prominent exhibiting companies and top end user rated brands,
THS will continue to provide special access to key hardware products and the latest innovations to industrial and commercial buyers, as well as home hardware retailers and end users.

The list of exhibitors includes Allprofessional, Apex, Infar, Lucky-Brand, Nusharp, SUNDOVE, Tien-I, Puma, Symbio, Whirlpower, Honiton, Kheiron, Karat, Kuani, Lancer, E-Make, Proxene, Re-Dai, Stand Tools, Win Features and more. 

While the general hardware for industrial and commercial use maintains its foothold as the largest showcase area, the garden & outdoor equipment segment has also attained impressive growth after successfully attracting yet another 10 exhibiting companies from Japan for two years consecutively.

A key exhibitor at this year’s automotive supplies & accessories segment is KS Terminal whose rising business is driven by its production output for TESLA, which is central to the automaker’s global supply chain. Along with other OEM, ODM and contract manufacturing companies, its participation highlights THS’ strength as a quality trade platform that features trusted businesses for production of diversified goods for international buyers in foreign markets.


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Will joined Fastener + Fixing Magazine in 2007 and over the last 10 years has experienced every facet of the fastener sector - interviewing key figures within the industry and visiting leading companies and exhibitions around the globe.

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