TIMTOS 2019, Record-High Exhibition Scale Highlighting Smart Manufacturing

December 13, 2018 - 09:54
TIMTOS 2019, Record-High Exhibition Scale Highlighting Smart Manufacturing

TAIPEI,TAIWAN - Media OutReach - 12 December 2018 - Taipei International Machine Tool Show, knownas TIMTOS will open its grand doors March 4-9, 2019. Among the world's largestmachine tool trade shows, the show will cover four exhibition halls -- TWTC Hall1 and Hall 3, Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1 and Hall 2. Indeed, Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 2 willofficially open in March 2019, to accommodate more exhibitors. With this newvenue, TIMTOS will house a total of 1,230 exhibitors from 26 countries in 7,000booths, creating a new record and becomingthe world's third largest machine tool trade show in 2019.


Gathering world-famous and influentialindustry players

TIMTOS isan important platform for domestic and international companies to showcasetheir latest products. It also serves as a springboard to expand theirbusinesses to the Asian and global markets. Renowned global corporations suchas DMG MORI, MAZAK, FANUC, Mitsubishi,Heidenhain, Siemens, Bosh, Schunk, Universal Robots and Haas Automationtherefore choose to exhibit at TIMTOS. Moreover, the U.S., Denmark and Turkeyare setting up national pavilions for the first time, alongside Germany,Switzerland, and China that have joined as national pavilions for manyeditions.


Presenting complete supply chains and smartmanufacturing solutions

TIMTOSvisitors can find products from every facet of the machine tool supply chain,as well as smart technologies and manufacturing solutions. Taiwan has a uniquemachine tool cluster that comprises more than 16,500 machinery producers andcomponent suppliers that form an integrated supply chain. This supply chainserves as a foundation for companies to efficiently produce high-quality andprecision machinery, fulfilling demands of the aerospace, automobile, medical,high-tech products and consumer electronics industries. Taiwanese machine toolproducers are also able to develop smart machines and production lines to adaptto global trends.


Rendering the latest trends and Industry 4.0development

Inresponse to the Fourth Industrial Revolution, TIMTOS 2019 will highlight'Industry 4.0 & Smart Manufacturing' and 'AI Technology' by showcasingdigitalized solutions that integrate machine tools, industrial robots, sensors,IoT, big data analysis, machine learning and AI technology to help manufacturersachieve 'human-machine collaboration' and make automated production lines moreefficient and resilient. Theorganizers will also hold the secondTIMTOS Summit where industry experts and top executives from firms such as AWS,SAP, DMG MORI, Optomec, Dassault, Heidenhain, Siemens and ABB will offer theirinsights on future trends in four topics --'Machine Intelligence and AIoT','Additive Manufacturing', 'Automotive Manufacturing Revolution' and 'Innovationin Aerospace Manufacturing'. The Summit will undoubtedly inspire industryplayers. For moreinformation about TIMTOS 2019, please visit: www.timtos.com.tw.


TIMTOS isjointly organized by Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) andTaiwan Association of Machinery Industry (TAMI).



Foundedin 1970 to help promote foreign trade, the Taiwan External Trade DevelopmentCouncil (TAITRA) is the foremost non-profit trade promotion organization inTaiwan. Jointly sponsored by the government, industry associations, and severalcommercial organizations, TAITRA assists businesses and manufacturers withreinforcing their international competitiveness and in coping with thechallenges they face in the markets. TAITRA promotes world trade through morethan 40 annual trade shows in Taiwan and runs a network of more than 60overseas branch offices worldwide.