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Taiwan samples quality hardware

Wenceslaus Anthony

Taiwan demonstrated its high quality and innovative products at competitive prices for the hardware, gardening, industrial protection, electronic connector and machinery industries for the New Zealand market at the Langham Hotel, Auckland today.

Dr Chung Hsing Chou, Director General of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Auckland and other officials from his office and Wellington said that Taiwan ranks third in the global export value of the hardware industry.

“Taiwan is also one of the world’s largest machinery exporters,” they said.

The delegation of six Taiwanese companies exhibited their latest innovative and finest products. This was an excellent opportunity for New Zealand companies keen on appraising themselves of new products in their related industries. Taiwan has a lot to offer in this connection and the visiting companies provided proved their competitive edge within their industrial sector.

There was considerable interest among a number of companies in New Zealand.

Jerry Shih, President of Taiwanese Business Association and James Yang, Director, Economic Division, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Wellington were looking forward working closely with the business community here.

Anthony Tung, Senior Trade Officer, Taiwan Trade Centre based in Sydney, the main organiser, was pleased that the participating companies from Taiwan will be able to offer the following competitive items: Personal Protection Equipment, Electronic Connectors, Fasteners, Lost Wax Casting, CNC Machining, MIM Parts, Oil Pipe Threading Lathe, CNC Heavy Duty Lathe, Hearing Protection, Respirator, Face Shield, Eye Protection, Road Safety, Stainless Steel Fittings, Tube Fittings, Hydraulic & Pneumatic Fittings, Joints & Hose End Fittings, Quick Couplings, Valves, Nozzles and Customized Products.

For further details, please call +61 (2) 92794800; Fax: +61 (2) 92794811

Email: info@taitra.org.au

Wenceslaus Anthony with Dr Chung Hsing Chou at the Taiwan Trade Mission in Auckland

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