TAIPEI AMPA 2005 (the 2005 Taipei International Auto/Motorcycle Parts & Accessories Show) is back bigger and better this May 13th to 16th to offer the best event on automobile & motorcycle parts. This event, just keeps racing from success to success with the last show seeing 5,018 buyers, a 29% increase over the previous event. The spring show will build on this success by kicking off the trade season with an entire slate of new records for number of buyers, exhibitors, scale, and selection.
Organized by Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), TAIPEI AMPA has grown with the industry to become a trusted name sourcing every facet of product in motoring.
Tight Race for Show Space!
Number one in Asia as 889 exhibitors prepare their best. Competition for show space has been so fierce that local and foreign companies booked out all booth space just days after the application period began last October. That means that TAIPEI AMPA '05 will be chalking up a record 889 exhibitors with 2,150 booths that will span the first and second floors of the TWTC Exhibition Hall 1, as well as Hall 3.
Record Number of Buyers Pre-registered!
The massive growth in TAIPEI AMPA exhibitors has sparked global interest from overseas buyers who this year have pre-registered in record numbers. TAIPEI AMPA'05 expects more than 5,500 overseas buyers, compared with 5,108 in 2004, nearly double the 3,200 turn-out in 2001. Increasingly word is spreading that TAIPEI AMPA is the winning venue for the hottest products on wheels.
Record Exports grow on Quality!
Exports for auto and motorcycle parts reached USD3.34bn for the 11-month period between January to November 2004, a significant increase over 2003 with exports for the entire year coming to USD3.1bn. Such growth in exports is based upon reliable quality that is backed up on several fronts. For example, 700 out of the estimated 2,000 Taiwanese automobile parts producers in Taiwan have already been certified as meeting ISO-9000 requirements, while 200 companies hold QS-9000 certification.
A Winning Line-up of Safe-Tech & E-Solutions
Exhibitors at TAIPEI AMPA 2005 will gain the chance to interface with the hottest trends from one of the fastest changing industries. Selections include the latest e-solution products that include mini CCD color cameras, anti-glare auto dimming rear view mirrors, wireless tire pressure monitoring systems and rain sensors. There's also the latest AV equipment for car use, with TFT LCD and DVD/VDC/CD/MP3/TV +AM/FM functions.
It's here where you can find state-of-the-art satellite navigation and night-vision systems, reverse-assisted radar systems, and smart air bags. With all this comes the latest engines, engine parts, frames and parts, electrical parts, power trains, steering, brakes, pneumatic tire and tubes, die and jig fixtures, motorcycle parts and components, and Auto Maintenance/Repair Equipment.
Info & E-Age offers the sharpest edge!
Taiwan's massive information and electronics industries specialize in giving the edge in auto parts. In fact, those sectors linked to info and electronics have enjoyed the trade's fastest growth. This massive infrastructure has helped propel the parts industry into a new age of motoring.
The real star of the industry, and of TAIPEI AMPA'05, will be auto use computing products. The number of vehicles with such info-linked facilities in Europe, the USA and Japan is projected to soar to 22.2 million vehicles in 2006 from 13.87 million in 2004.
Taiwan's information and electronic manufacturers are well positioned to play their part in this 4C industrial revolution and TAIPEI AMPA 2005 offers the best platform to launch the latest products.
Global Press for the Press
Before, during, and after the show, TAITRA will be actively promoting TAIPEI AMPA over several media in several languages. This effort includes:
A. TAITRA's 35 oversea offices will hold press conferences, exhibitions, meetings to link up buyers and trade organizations.
B. Invitations extended to trade media in Germany, the USA, Australia, and Japan to report on the show and present seminars.
C. Subsidize local exhibitors in placing show advertisements with international trade media.
D. Maintain TAIPEI AMPA web-sites and provide other electronic assistance, dispatch advertising pamphlets worldwide in English, Spanish and standard Chinese/simplified Chinese, and send e-mail bulletin up-dates with latest information on the show.
E. On-site Japanese, Korean and Spanish translations will be provided during the show.
F. Legal consulting services will be provided during the show.
G. Organize joint purchasing meetings for international buyers.
H. Assist overseas buyers "business trips" with NTD 1,000 subsidy coupon for each person.
I. Offer NTD 2,000 coupon for hotel accommodation to first 800 pre-registered foreign buyers.
Make Your Pre-registration Now !
Buyers may register on-site at the 2F, to pick up admission badges free of charge upon arriving at the showground. Those who have pre-registered will be given an admission badge and an Official Directory free of charge when check in at the pre-registration counter at 2F.
A Free Day-Trip for busy foreign buyers, exhibitors and the press has been arranged for those with a taste for more. This May 16 outing, arranged by the Taiwan Tourism Bureau, covers Greater Taipei, including scenic Yangmingshan National Park and the North Coast area. For joining the trip, please register at the Taiwan Tourism Bureau booth at TAIPEI AMPA.
If you need to apply for a visa, please visit www.boca.gov.tw/english/index.htm for information.
For more information please check the website at http://www.TaipeiTradeShows.com.tw/Ampa.
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