Taiwantrade goes to JIMTOF 2016 in Tokyo
 
Nov 13, 2016
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Taiwantrade, the foremost online B2B trade portal in Taiwan, will be presenting its newly designed website and promote Taiwan's machinery innovations to the visitors of the 28th Japan International Machine Tool Fair, also known as JIMTOF 2016, at Tokyo Big Sight (Tokyo International Exhibition Center) on Nov. 17-22.

Taiwantrade, launched and operated by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), went through an extensive update over the past year, adding more functions and services for both buyers and suppliers, including new industry zones and 9 localized-language sites.

The Machinery Zone on Taiwantrade (http://machinery.taiwantrade.com) displays over 40,000 products from more than 5,000 suppliers.

Meanwhile, the Japanese language website (http://jp.taiwantrade.com), with its content tailored for the Japanese speaking visitors of Taiwantrade, comprises over 1,800 suppliers and over 27,000 products, and more than 8,000 of which are machinery related products.

JIMTOF is the largest exhibition for machine tools in Asia, and the 2016 edition is the largest ever, with a record breaking 765 exhibiting companies across 5,509 booths. In addition to machine tools and accessories, the show will feature hydraulic and pneumatic machinery, gear and gear devices, measuring machines and instruments, and testing machinery.

The machine tool industries of Taiwan and Japan have always worked closely with each other. JIMTOF has been a great platform for facilitating and enhancing such cooperation. This year is no exception as 75 companies from Taiwan will showcase their products and latest innovations in East Hall 7 and West Hall 2 of JIMTOF.

Visit http://mission.taiwantrade.com.tw/JIMTOF2016 for more information on the exhibiting Taiwanese companies and their products.

Trade Net Center
Taiwan External Trade Development Council
www.taiwantrade.com
e-member@taiwantrade.com.tw
Wayne Lee (wayne0321@taitra.org.tw)

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