(中央社訊息服務20120507 08:58:02)The magic of machinery is being acted out for four days at MTduo 2012. International visitors attending MTduo’s new venue of NANGANG Exhibition Hall in the past two days recorded, a massive 22.7% increase on the second day count of the previous show.
MTduo is the sister show of TIMTOS (Taipei International Machine Tool Show), which is held in alternating years. Both biannual trade shows join the breakthroughs of the Taiwan machinery and technology sector to platform to a world of buyers’ ever-eager for quality, efficiency and economy.
Across the showground were manufacturing giants scouting for partners and products. These included those from elite firms like APPLE, AUO, DELTA ELECTRONICS, FOXCONN, GIANT, ITOCHU, SIEMENS, TATUNG and TECO. Though vastly different, they were all attracted by the complete line-up of machines for advanced industries. The first two days of MTduo’s top five buyers nations represented being: China, Japan, Thailand, Korea and Malaysia.
For many the biggest attraction was the Swiss National Pavilion set up by the Trade Office of Swiss Industries which is showcasing some of the most sophisticated precision machineries in existence.
TAITRA and TAMI are fielding the best at MTduo, including Winners of the 5th Taiwan Machine Tool Industry Awards for Excellence in Research & Innovation (jointly organized by the Taiwan Machine Tool Foundation, TMTF), such as:
Grand Champion Award, HT-30SY CNC Turning Center,
Award of Eminence, EH500-5AX Horizontal 5 Axis Machining Center;
Grand Champion Award, P3020SL High Accuracy Low Friction Micro Feed Quantity Wire-Cut EDM;
Award of Eminence, DMV2000 Traveling Column Vertical Machining Center with 5 Axes;
Award of Eminence, NTP-2510 All Servo-Electric CNC Turret Punching Press.
Without doubt these globally famed versatile machineries will soon be churning throughout the world. And they were all at MTduo to provide a hands-on thrill that let a record 252 exhibitors using a record 967 booths to shape a new and promising age.
MTduo run from May 3 to 6 and is open daily from 10AM to 6PM for foreign visitors and local businesspeople who present relevant name card or pre-registration numbers. It is open to the public through ticket purchase (Each for NT$ 200, sold daily until 4PM). Students admitted free of charge with student IDs.
For more details click: www.mtduo.com.tw.
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