EMO Hannver, the world’s largest machine tool show, began in Hannover, Germany on Sept. 16th, TAMI chairman Mr. Pa-Hsi KO led a total of 206 Taiwanese precision machinery manufacturers to participate in the exhibition, which ranked the third largest in the world and the largest participating group other than European participating countries.
Taiwanese manufacturers have developed high-end machine tools such as five-axis machining machines, turning and milling centers for many years. In recent years, the Taiwanese industry has made greater efforts to develop in the field of industry 4.0 such as smart machinery and smart manufacturing. A variety of high-end, customized and intelligent single machines, production lines and entire plant equipment will be on display at this year’s EMO show.
This year, a total of 206 Taiwanese manufacturers signed up for the exhibition. They occupied a total exhibition area of 21,052 square meters. Major exhibitors included FFG, Victor Taichung, Tongtai, HIWIN, GOODWAY, LITZ, YCM, FEMCO, WELE, Hartford, DAHLIH, CHMER. Among them, FFG’s exhibit covered the entire pavilion of Hall 14.
With the arrival of the global industry 4.0 era, the Taiwan machinery industry has been advancing in the field of smart machinery and smart manufacturing under the leadership of TAMI in recent years.
In 2019, TAMI will promote the cloud manufacturing. Moreover, at TIMTOS 2019 in this March, many Taiwan exhibitors have presented their smart machine tools and customized production lines.
TAMI Chairman Ko Pa-Hsi pointed out that due to the fruitful successes of Taiwan’s research and development of smart machinery, it will help Taiwan’s machinery production value reach NT$2 trillion in the next 10 years and turn Taiwan into a global smart machinery manufacturing kingdom.
Source: Commercial Times
Nina Lin (firstname.lastname@example.org)