Source: Taiwantrade | Updated: 22 December 2015
The Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), the foremost nonprofit trade promotion organization of Taiwan, led a group of eight Taiwanese suppliers from different electronics and electrical industries to meet with business prospects in Vietnam on Nov. 23rd and Thailand on Nov. 26th, 2015. The group focused on furthering intraregional partnerships with their counterparts from these nations.
Vietnam is one of the fastest growing economies in Asia. According to a Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Commerce report, the rapid development of the electronics industry in Vietnam, from a few dozen companies in the beginning, has given rise to the establishment of nearly 500 enterprises today.
In Thailand, meanwhile, the local electrical and electronics industries have continued to play an increasingly important role in the economy. Domestic manufacturers have positioned themselves as a regional leader in the Southeast Asian region.
Both Vietnam and Thailand have been very successful in developing their respective electronics and electrical industries.
Given Taiwan’s excellent product qualities, solid research and development capability and high manufacturing standards and technologies, the Taiwan electronics and electrical industries have remained important partners of Southeast Asian dealers.
Products presented by the visiting delegates included industrial computer chasses, servers or storage servers, dashboard cameras, power banks, LED lighting products, household switches, adaptors, energy-saving ceiling fans, auto sensor faucets, street lighting equipment, RGB spotlights, uninterruptible power supplies, PV inverters, and more.
Taiwan Tang Hua Co., Ltd., which specializes in LED lighting, presented its line of indoor and outdoor high power high-end LED lighting products. Brand Tang, CEO of the company said that he was very satisfied with the results of the trade meetings held in both Ho Chi Minh City and Bangkok. His company received positive feedback following the meetings.
Bolstered by its quality products, Fimex Taiwan Ltd. was busily entertaining business prospects at its booth during the event. The company manufactures household switches, sockets, plugs, lamp holders, fire alarm bells, etc. Bill Chou, managing director of the company, was confident and optimistic in expanding his company’s reach into the Vietnamese market.
Ise Lin, marketing and sales specialist expressed his satisfaction with the results of negotiation during the trade meetings. Many buyers came to discuss with his company about their interest in LED modules. The company supplies such products with excellent cooling technology. The company’s modular boasts optical efficiency, stability and high quality.
Apart from the trade meetings, TAITRA also arranged trade visits to Tan Thuan and Amata industrial Park in Vietnam, and also to the One Start One Stop Investment Center in Thailand to give delegates the opportunity to explore the investment environment in the areas.
Overall, the trade mission was a success, bringing forth substantial business opportunities for the del