Fastener Taiwan will once again take place at the Kaohsiung Exhibition Centre, from 10th – 12th April 2018, representing the culmination of what Taiwanese fastener manufacturing has to offer.
Fastener Taiwan is the only international B2B fastener show in Taiwan and serves as a trading platform for sourcing and procurement – featuring a complete range of fastener products.
Organised by the Bureau of Foreign Trade (MOEA) and Kaohsiung City Government – and implemented by the Taiwan Industrial Fastener Institute (TIFI) and the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) – Fastener Taiwan 2018 promises to be the best show yet.
The previous show was fully subscribed with 402 exhibitors occupying the equivalent of 1,000 booths and completely filling both halls of the Kaohsiung Exhibition Center. Organisers reported that visitor numbers reached over 30,000 – 1,996 of which were overseas visitors. For the 2018 show, overseas visitors are expected to be over 2,000 with visitors taking the opportunity to attend the show whilst visiting suppliers in the local area.
Taiwan ranks 3rd around the world in terms of the ‘state of cluster development’* and has become a cornerstone in the global fastener industry with its six decades of experience in raw material (annealing and stainless steel wire rod), fasteners (moulding, heat processing and surface processing) and marketing networks.
Taiwan fastener makers produce a broad spectrum of products ranging from fundamental to high-end, spanning nuts, bolts and screws for ICT, automotive, aerospace, medical care, construction, transportation, general machinery and precision instruments.
In addition to proven capacity for supplying custom-spec fastener products to the automobile, 3C, aerospace and medical industries, Taiwan’s key fastener players have formed the High-end Fastener Products R&D Alliance, with government support, to greatly boost capacity for supplying the high-end market.
The Taiwan Trade Centre London offers a pre-registration service to any UK visitors interested in attending, allowing a free entry badge with fast-track entry. Contact at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 02076384676 if you or any colleagues are planning to attend the show. A limited number of TAITRA subsidies are available to eligible UK buyer companies to attend the show.
Kaohsiung Exhibition Center, No 39 Chenggong 2nd Road, Qianzhen District, Kaohsiung City 806, Taiwan
Tuesday 10th April 2018: 09:00 – 17:00
Wednesday 11th April 2018: 09:00 – 17:00
Thursday 12th April 2018: 09:00 – 17:00
How to get to Kaohsiung Exhibition Center:
From Taoyuan International Airport: Take a shuttle bus to Taoyuan High Speed Rail Station. Then take the High Speed Rail to Zuoying Station in Kaohsiung. From Zuoying Station, take the MRT (Kaohsiung Metro) to Sanduo Shopping District Station. From there take a free shuttle bus to Kaohsiung Exhibition Center on the show dates.
From Kaohsiung International Airport:
Take the MRT (Kaohsiung Metro) to Sanduo Shopping District Station and transfer to a free show period Fastener Taiwan shuttle bus to Kaohsiung Exhibition Center.
By MRT (Kaohsiung Metro):
Take the Red Line (Gangshan South – Siaogang) and get off at R8 (Sanduo Shopping District) Station. From there, take a Fastener Taiwan free shuttle bus to Kaohsiung Exhibition Center on the show dates.
Taxis are convenient in Kaohsiung and fares are reasonable. The minimum fare is NT$85, increasing by increments of NT$5 per 250m. It takes only about 15 minutes from Kaohsiung International Airport to the Kaohsiung Exhibition Center.
By Shuttle Bus:
Ride the free show period Fastener Taiwan shuttle buses that goes between Kaohsiung Exhibition Center and MRT Sanduo Shopping District Station.
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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