Source: Taiwantrade | Updated: 10 March 2015
This year the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) will lead a delegation of 10 outstanding Taiwanese suppliers to participate in the 2015 Expo Electrica International Exhibition on June 2nd-4th. The premier trade promotion organization will host the Taiwan Pavilion (Booth 2501-7) and provide free trade information and sourcing services. It will also showcase a number of products, including wire connectors, panel meters, LED components, cable ties and power equipment.
Taiwan is the 8th largest import-trade partner of Mexico, supplying excellent quality electrical machinery and lighting products to establish good business relationship with partner. Both the electrical machinery and lighting product industries in Taiwan are well developed thanks to the extensive knowledge and skills of the manufacturers in these sectors. Taiwanese suppliers offer high performance and up-to-date solutions to customers worldwide.
TAITRA also encourages buyers to visit its trade website Taiwantrade (http://www.taiwantrade.com.tw) and do a search for their products of interest. This powerful international B2B e-portal offers a wide range of services that include online marketing, trade matching, search engine, value-added information, and customized sourcing. Everyone is welcome to visit the Taiwan Pavilion.
Expo Electrica 2015, which is one of the biggest trade events lined up for this year, will be held on June 2nd-4th at Centro Banamex in Mexico City. The show serves a business platform for buyers to connect with leading suppliers of lighting, control, automation, electrical equipment and sustainable energy. This year’s highlights will include new technological innovations and ideas for power utilization optimization and excellent process automation and control.
This event is now on its 19th presentation. This year’s show is expected to surpass that of the last in terms of exhibitor participation and visitor attendance. More than 33,000 professional buyers from different nations engaged some 300 suppliers in business exchanges during the past event.
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