TIMTOS x TMTS 2022, the very first alliance of two major machine tool shows in Taiwan, will be held in Taipei Nangang Exhibition Hall 1 & 2 from February 21 to 26. With a scale of 950 exhibitors in 5,100 booths, the event will be not only the largest trade show in Taiwan since the outbreak of the pandemic but the world's first machine tool trade show in 2022.
TIMTOS x TMTS 2022 adopts the Hybrid model, which integrates a six-day physical exhibition with a one-month online exhibition. A series of hybrid activities and services are ready to serve domestic and foreign visitors and create a new trade show experience. The "Guided Tour" featuring smart manufacturing was fully booked as soon as the registration opened. Meanwhile, another popular service, "On-site Guide for Online Visitors," attracts heavyweight buyers, including FAW China, Siemens Turkey Branch, Mighty USA, Timken China and Ohashi Giken Japan.
TAITRA, one of the organizers, stated that the online services are exclusively designed for overseas buyers unable to physically visit the show due to the border control. There have been nearly 200 buyer requests to interact with exhibitors. Besides, TIMTOS x TMTS 2022 will be slated with a lineup of seminars, forums and four featured programs for domestic visitors, namely "Smart Manufacturing Guided Tour," "Manufacturers Win Podcast Live," "Cutting Tool Hunter" and "Afternoon Jazz."
To contain the spread of the ongoing pandemic, the organizer has put multiple technology tools in place to safeguard all attendees' health, Disinfection Mobile Robots, touchless entry systems, and epidemic prevention kits issued to every exhibitor, etc. Requirements and guidelines for attendees’ health and safety can be found on the official website at www.timtos-tmts.com.tw. The online registration for visitors is available on the official website as well. For more updates and full events information, please visit the site, or follow the show on social media.
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