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Looking in-depth at the latest developments in production, sales, product design innovation, and technology advancements, as well as overall supply capabilities of Taiwan’s major export industries, these reports focus on machinery, auto parts, hardware, furniture, lighting and hardware etc. to keep global buyers and readers informed and better prepared to do business with Taiwan suppliers.

Taiwan's EGAT and American GE Sign JV to Repair Aircraft Engine

Evergreen Aviation Technologies Corp. (EGAT), a Taiwan-based aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul firm affiliated with the Evergreen Group, a conglomerate of air transportation and ocean shipping, has reached an agreement with U.S.’s GE to set up a joint venture to repair aircraft engines in T... Full Story

Published: 2014/04/09

Taiwanese Gov't Aims to Enhance Taiwan-China Tech Ind. Cooperation

To revive sluggish exports of Taiwan’s tech products, including ICT devices, display panels, optoelectronics and photovoltaic products, LEDs, machinery etc., the Taiwanese government has decided to help enhance cooperation in such industries between Taiwan and China. To that end, the Ministry of... Full Story

Published: 2014/02/17

Jeton Uses Well-honed Technical Know-how to Add Value to Parts and Accessories for Machinery and Dolls

Jeton R/D & Mfg. Inc., a Taiwan-based supplier of parts and accessories for machinery and dolls, uses solid experience and well-honed technological know-how to add value and carve out a profitable, sustainable niche for itself in the usually thin-margin business of parts making. Founded in 1983 ... Full Story

Published: 2014/01/13

Taiwanese OEM & ODM Suppliers Constantly Hone Technology to Beat the Global Competition
Manufacturers keep ahead of emerging rivals with assured precision and quality

Driven by a consistent dedication to improving production technology, Taiwan’s OEM (original equipment manufacturing) and ODM (original design manufacturing) sector has built up a solid global reputation, particularly for unparalleled manufacturing flexibility and precision. For the past decade,... Full Story

Published: 2014/01/13

Taiwan's Metalworking Companies Add Value to Overcome Growing Competition
Efforts focused on R&D, marketing strategies and integrated operations

Facing increasing global rivalry from underselling competitors, Taiwanese metalworking and metal product manufacturers are upgrading their technology and improving their operations to boost added value. “Added value” refers to output value minus the cost of intermediate inputs, and in the case ... Full Story

Published: 2014/01/13

Taiwan Sees Record Labor Force Oversupply Ratio in 2013

The ratio of Taiwan’s enterprises in industrial and service sectors with a workforce oversupply grew from 1.6% in 2012 to 2.9% last year, the highest ever following the global financial tsunami in 2009, according to Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics (DGBAS). The oversuppl... Full Story

Published: 2014/01/08

TIPC to Invite Private Investment to Set Up Logistics Subsidiary

To strengthen Taiwanese commercial ports’ logistics capability, the Taiwan International Port Corp. (TIPC), a government-funded port operator, has decided to invite private investment across East Asia to set up a logistics subsidiary, according to the firm. The subsidiary is scheduled to start u... Full Story

Published: 2014/01/06

Alliance formed to make Taiwan's Aerotroplis Project

A business alliance coordinated by telecom service provider Chunghwa Telecom was formed recently with the aim of creating an “intelligent” supply chain for the Taoyuan Aerotroplis project which is being pushed by Taiwan's government. The alliance has over 70 members including information-technol... Full Story

Published: 2014/01/03

Taipei Falls to 50th in 2013 Global Financial Centers Index

Taiwan's future in financial market development seems shaky according to its capital Taipei's global ranking in the 2013 Global Financial Centers Index, which fell to 50th from 41st in the previous year, lagging major cities in Asia as Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo, Seoul, Shanghai and Shenzhen. T... Full Story

Published: 2014/01/03

Taiwan Approves Subsidy for Dell's Cloud R&D Center Project

Department of Industrial Technology (DOIT) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) recently approved subsidizing Dell Inc.’s plan to open an energy-efficient cloud data center in Taiwan in exchange for the company’s pledge to work with the island’s manufacturers on the project. Dell will inve... Full Story

Published: 2014/01/03

TSMC's Chang Comments on Supply-Demand Imbalance of Taiwan's College-trained Personnel

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) Chairman Morris Chang pinpointed three factors upsetting the supply-demand imbalance in Taiwan’s higher educated personnel at an advisory conference recently held by the National Science Council (NSC). He stressed that the grievous imbalance is due t... Full Story

Published: 2013/12/25

Tigerair Taiwan-China Airlines LCC JV to Take Off in Q4, 2014

Tigerair Taiwan, a low cost carrier (LCC) jointly established by Taiwan’s China Airline Ltd. and Singapore-based Tiger Airways, is scheduled to take off in the fourth quarter of 2014, regarded as the Taiwanese airline’s entry to the potentially lucrative segment. At a press conference held in mi... Full Story

Published: 2013/12/23

Formula Engineering Inaugurates New Plant in Central Taiwan

New factory integrates production and raises management efficiency Further consolidating its lead in the bicycle-hub and wheel-system production globally, Formula Engineering Inc. of Taiwan, recently inaugurated its new factory in the Feng-Chou High-Tech Industrial Park (FCIP), Taichung, centra... Full Story

Published: 2012/04/27

Taiwanese Exporters Tap Emerging Markets to Offset Slowdown

China and HK buy some 40% of Taiwan’s total exports in first eight months With U.S. and Europe still mired in the debt crisis, Taiwanese exporters have managed to offset such impact by building business in emerging markets, having shipped goods to the 10 ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nat... Full Story

Published: 2012/01/30

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