Taipei AMPA kicks off

Jan. 1, 2020
The 28th Taipei International Auto Parts & Accessories Show and the 7th Taipei International Automobile Electronics Show (AutoTronics) in Taiwan kicked off April 11, and will continue through April 14.
TAIPEI, Taiwan — The 28th Taipei International Auto Parts & Accessories Show and the 7th Taipei International Automobile Electronics Show (AutoTronics) in Taiwan kicked off April 11, and will continue through April 14. Like this article? Sign up to receive our weekly news blasts here.

“This year marks the 28th anniversary of AMPA, the most professional aftermarket auto parts procurement platform in Asia, as well as the 7th anniversary of AutoTronics, Asia’s most renowned automobile electronics show,” says Yuen-Chu an Choa, president and CEO of event organizer TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council).

With a show theme of “Innovating for a better tomorrow,” the shows boast 1,051 exhibitors and 2,840 booths, and are expecting close to 60,000 total visitors — about 50,000 domestic attendees and 6,000 international visitors. All figures are an increase from what the show has seen in 2011 and 2010, show organizers report.

“This show offers the greatest profile yet. It maintains it winning categories of Auto Parts, Auto Accessories, Repair & Maintenance, Automobile Electronics Products and Automobile Electronics Components & Parts. But it also offers four new areas, namely those of Tuning & Restyling, Engine Parts, Chassis Systems and Automobile Frames & Parts,” an Choa says.

The United States reports 448 buyers in attendance and three exhibitors — Winbo USA, Inc., Big Roc Tools, Inc. and Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP.

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Taiwan is constantly introducing innovations with flexibility and delivering products of small quantities and high diversity, which has helped lead to growing market share on the overseas market.

Taiwan auto parts exports increased by 7.8 percent from 2010 to 2011 according to Taiwan Customs, with top destinations being the US (36 percent), Europe (25 percent), Japan (7 percent) and China (5 percent).

At the invitation of TAITRA’s 60 overseas offices, international names with annual sales exceeding $50 million have sent delegations to Taiwan for potential purchases. Among them are the French-based Valeo, Lordco Parts Ltd. from Canada, German auto electronics giant Leopold Kostal maker Hama GmbH & Co KG, the Japan-based Nissan Motor Co. and Mexican car part supplier Radec S.A. De C.V.

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