TIMTOS to welcome buyers from around the world in March 2023

MachinesEventsSouth-East European INDUSTRIAL Мarket - issue 4/2022 • 08.11.2022

TIMTOS to welcome buyers from around the world in March 2023

From 6 to 11 March 2023, three halls at the Taipei Nangang International Exhibition Center, Hall 1, Hall 2, and Taipei World Trade Center, Hall 1, will host the Taiwan International Machine Tool Show (TIMTOS), which is co-organized by TAITRA and TAMI. Statistics show that this year’s registration is back to its normal status from the previous year. The exhibition will feature intelligent machines, necessary components, and intelligent manufacturing solutions that will cover the entire metalworking production process. With the strong support from domestic and international manufacturers and the numerous inquiries from foreign investors and buyers since the border was opened on October 13, 2022, TIMTOS 2023 is expected to reclaim its position.

Except for a few nations and regions that are still under entry restrictions, Taiwan lifted border controls on October 13, 2022, and resumed visa-free entry. From now until 2023, it is expected that professional trade shows in Taiwan will have a great opportunity to welcome exhibitors and visitors from other countries. One of the largest professional exhibitions in Taiwan, TIMTOS, has planned to expand registration area by opening the foreign and national pavilions at Taipei World Trade Center, Hall 1. This will allow foreign buyers to pre-register for the exhibition. TIMTOS will also host a global partner and press conference at the end of November to welcome foreign visitors.

With the theme of “Keep Rolling in Metalworking”, TIMTOS 2023 will showcase various solutions to make metalworking smarter, more sustainable, and more efficient; linking the global metalworking ecosystem from castings to whole machines, and from steel material to products. Additionally, echoing the trend of the tooling industry towards modularization and high-value transformation, TIMTOS 2023 also introduces three new exhibition zones: the Advanced Technology Processing Zone, the Theme Zone for Integrated Manufacturing, and the Future Manufacturing Experience Zone, providing buyers from around the world with the most advanced metal precision processing and smart manufacturing solutions.