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Taiwan International Tools & Hardware Expo

As Taiwan’s largest international expo in the hardware industry, Taiwan International Tools & Hardware Expo (TiTE) took place on October 12-14, 2022 at the Taichung International Exhibition Center. The first TiTE introduced by the Taiwan Hand Tool Manufacturers' Association (THTMA) showcased Taiwan's robust supply chain strength of the hand tool industry. Over 250 exhibitors participated the fair, built up from the most iconic gathering of hardware & tool manufacturers in Taiwan. TiTE provided an integrated service for visiting the exhibition, factory visits and procurement. Over 25,000 visitors and hundreds of international buyers from 42 countries worldwide visited the show.

The first TiTE was advised by the Bureau of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Economic Affairs and co-organized by the Strengthening Investment Services Project Office, NDF, Taiwan Institute of Economic Research, Taiwan Industrial Fasteners Institute, Taiwan Machine Tool & Accessory Builders' Association, Taiwan Plastics Industry Association, Digital Transformation Association and Invest Kaohsiung. Over 20 significant industrial associations worked together to organize the event.

“As countries all across the world are lifting their coronavirus lockdowns, global supply chains in a post-pandemic world have been changed. This is a great opportunity for Taiwanese manufacturers to rebrand Hand Tools Kingdom. As the organizer, we are devoted to making Taiwan’s hand tool industry shine on the global stage. This expo just made the first innovative move. As more ideas will be unlocked, a new chapter of Taiwan’s hand tools shall begin,” said Jack Lai, Chairman of Taiwan Hand Tool Manufacturers' Association.

 Meanwhile, 2022 TiTE has reinforced its extensive network of domestic and international media partners for exhibition promotion. Working with TAITRA, 2022 TiTE served as the most effective business matchmaking platform for all participants, with hundreds of matchmakings from 18 countries occurring during the expo. What’s more, the online expo with an innovative virtual exhibition hall was launched on October 1st, creating a conference system access to international and domestic buyers ahead of the show. Further information about exhibitors is available on the official website. As for the global media, the major partners included Hardware Retailing (the US & Canada), Fastener Eurasia Magazine (Turkey), BricoMagazine (Italy), KINSAN FASTENR NEWS JAPAN (Japan), Torque (the UK), REVISTA DO PARAFUSO (Brazil), Industry Stock (Germany), Southeast European Industrial Market (Bulgaria), Chomdan (Korea) and Global Source-Hardware, Auto and Machinery(Hong Kong).

The iconic suppliers throughout the tools and hardware industry are well poised to make their moves and reap new business opportunities in the post-pandemic period. Over 250 exhibitors are ready for the expo to muscle into export markets worth over NT$100 billion. Prominent exhibitors include JONNESWAY, WHIRL POWER, PATTA, ALLPRO, KUANI, WOLF’s HEAD, MACHAN, PROXENE, A-KRAFT, REDAI and Lucky-brand, etc.

TiTE Conf- INNOVATION OF INDUSTRIAL HARDWARE & TOOLS

The forum was hosted on October 12-14. The packed agenda tackled two key topics, including Innovation, Transformation and Sustainable Development of Metal Industry and Digital Transformation of Traditional Industries. The opening sessions included statements by a number of high-level representatives from government and heads of industrial associations. The first thematic session on the opening day covered “Carbon Reduction Strategy and Profitability Control”, “Taiwan’s Pathway to Net-Zero Emissions” and “Digital Transformation in Manufacturing and Industrials”.

Subsequent thematic sessions on day 2 of TiTE-Conf opened with “The future of Industry transformation”. A closed session, “Taiwan-US Smart Home Industrial Networking Forum”, focused on the best solutions and AI application cases for smart homes. The two-day forum brought together high-level representatives from governments, businesses, associations and international companies, sharing ideas on concrete ways to achieve greater prosperity for all.