New Delhi, May 16, 2018: Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), Taiwan’s foremost trade promotion organization is all set to organize the first ever ‘TaiwanExpo 2018’ in New Delhi from May 17-19, 2018.
The exhibition will have 8 themed pavilions – Meet Taiwan, Taiwan EV Alliance, Taiwan Food Processing Machinery, Taiwan Green Products, Taiwan Healthcare, Taiwan Tourism, Taiwan Excellence and Taiwan Smart City.
The exhibit areas include agriculture & food, EV, Auto parts & Fasteners, Home Products, ICT & Green Products, Mandarin education & business services, Medical Devices, Health & personal care, Sports & Outdoor and Textiles.
Participating companies from Taiwan will be showcasing Taiwan’s latest technologies, eco-friendly products and industrial prowess.
There will be 130 exhibitors and 230 booths at the expo, displaying the best of the products for the Indian market.
Talking about the Taiwan Expo 2018, Mr. Walter M. S. Yeh, President & CEO of TAITRA, shares this is a very important event that will help to strengthen business ties between both the countries. The diverse offerings of Taiwan in the fields like healthcare, food processing, and agriculture will be on display for the visitors. People can see and can have hands-on experience of our products and expertise in these fields. I hope more and more people visit the expo and make the most of this opportunity.
To encourage the Taiwan Expo 2018, Mumbai Indian team members will also be visiting the Expo in Pragati Maidan.
TAITRA is also conducting various marketing campaigns to promote the maiden Taiwan Expo in India, which includes outdoor hoardings, social media campaigns, advertisements and other marketing tools to attract people for the expo.
With nearly 90 Taiwanese companies working in different sectors of the Indian economy, the trade between the two sides has increased from US$1.2 billion in 2000 to $6 billion in 2016.
At present India and Taiwan have an annual bilateral trade, which currently stands at $3 billion per annum.
Considering the close economic ties between the two countries, it is expected that the annual trade will grow manifold in near future.