"High-tech navigation systems, cameras, hybrid engines, sensors" - the modern automobile is a new creature that runs just as much on electronics as it does on petrol and mechanics. And Taiwan, with its global lead in both info tech (IT) and electronics, is leading the way in smart auto parts.
That's why the boldest moves along with the best and broadest selection will be at Asia's largest event, the 2005 Taipei Int'l Auto/Motorcycle Parts & Accessories Show (TAIPEI AMPA'05), that ranks among the global top three. It brings into play the sharpest 850 exhibitors who are determined to redefine motoring with the freshest ideas, designs and materials built into everything from space tech satellite navigation, reverse-assisted radar systems, night-vision systems and smart air bags.
Big Window on countless parts!
Taiwan manufacturers will rub shoulders with the best the world has to offer at TAIPEI AMPA'05. This event, celbrating its 21st year, builds on the success of the previous show that established a slate of records for participants, booths, space and buyers that welcomes a record 5,018 international buyers. They know, TAIPEI AMPA offers diverse product lines back by Taiwan's strong IT industry. Nowhere else in the world offers the same combination of quality and price, giving you world-class CE, SAE, E/e, ISO and European safety certified auto/motorcycle parts and accessories for a fraction of the price charged by other producers. That perfect performance helps explain how export value of Taiwan auto parts and accessories reached US$3.2 billion in 2003, up 19 percent from the previous year.
Where great sourcing begins!
Unlike rigid "competitors", Taiwan producers can use its famed "central-satellite" system that lets them flexibly gear up and down the entire supply spectrum to meet every motoring need. That diversity includes an amazing 2,000 Taiwan auto parts and accessory manufacturers, of which 300 are specialized in OEM manufacturers, with 200 companies having extended production lines across China and South East Asia. Their products feed amazing demand for which just keeps on growing.
All this excitement is coming to TAIPEI AMPA'05 at the Taipei World Trade Center on May 13 to 16, 2005! This flagship industry event not only brings it all together with its 2,200 booth-venue, it also opens your fastest lane in global sourcing.
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