Taiwan brings 200 plus of its best and brightest industry player to Bangalore expo

12th September 2014
Taiwan brings 200 plus of  its best and brightest  industry player to Bangalore expo
Daniel Su, Principal Engineer ( left) and Michael Chien, Sales and Marketing Manager, Infomax Communication Co Ltd, Hsin-Chu, Taiwan, discuss their mobile phone core and other offerings with a visitor to the EMMA Expo in Bangalore, September 11 2014 ( Photo: Anand Parthasarathy / IndiaTechOnline)

Bangalore, September  12 2014:  Over  200 exhibitors representing a wide spectrum of Taiwan enterprise  from electronics to auto parts,  education to instrumentation,  have joined at the  8th edition of EMMA Expo in India, the second in Bangalore.
Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilizers,  Ananth Kumar, was on hand to help get the  3-day expo off to a start yesterday, together with Taiwan   Ambassador Chung- Kwang Tien,  Executive Vice President, Taipei World Trade Center Walter Yeh  and  Yagnanarayan Kammaje, Chairman, Organizing Committee – India Manufacturing Show 2014.
Across 154 booths dealing with electronics, machinery,  moulds and auto, the expo helped  buyer and seller together, with organisers expecting to do over $ 24 billion of business  -- twice the amount  of businesss  last time.
Among the top players at the show  included Taiwan firms like Hu Lane Associate Inc. (famous automotive connector and terminal manufacture), Tongtai Machine & Tool Co. Ltd (renowned provider of equipment, instruments and tools), CoreTech System Co. Ltd. (provider of the Moldex injection molding series with the best yet molding simulation solutions), CUB ELECPARTS Inc. (Core manufacturer of Electrical & Electronic Auto Parts), Litemax Electronics Inc. (innovative Very high brightness (VHB) LCD products with mass-production capability), Rhymebus Corp. (Frequency Inverter Manufacturer), Karma Medical Products Co. Ltd. (customized maker of wheelchairs, standing chairs, general purpose chairs and maker of scores of mobility aid devices) and many more.
In the IT area, familiar names like D-Link Gigabyte, ASUS, Acer, BenQ and Kingston were seen.  The Taipei Computer Association's Bangalore office also served as a useful rallying point  and also pointed to  career opportunities in Taiwan.
System-on-a-Chip players like Infomax ( see photo above) pointed to the opportunity to  manufacture compellingly priced handsets in India, using their cores.
Gigabyte displayed its latest gamers motherboard while ASUS showcased its T100 2-in-1 Transformer Book.
Said  Walter Yeh: "Beginning in 2007, EMMA has grown through the years to become a comprehensive platform for commercial exchanges between Taiwan and India. With each year, a growing number of Taiwan firms join the Expo to explore business opportunities in the Indian market."  
The Taiwan Excellence Experioencing Zone moves to  the Select City Walk Mall in New Delhi, October 17-19 2014.
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