TIMTOS 2023 concluded
successfully today, attracting over 45,000 on-site visitors from home and
abroad, including nearly 6,000 international visitors from more than 100
countries. Among them, delegations were from Türkiye, Vietnam, Indonesia, Spain and Algeria. The top five countries with the highest turnout were Japan, Malaysia, India, South Korea and Thailand. The online exhibition will continue to run until April 6 and has already reached 7,000 visitors from nearly 15 countries.
This year’s TIMTOS has been hailed as a tremendous success by such major exhibitors as HIWIN, FFG, TTGroup, GOODWAY, KEYARROW, KMC, TAKISAWA, HEIDENHAIN, SOCO and many more. "Far beyond our expectations," "We’ve taken enough orders at TIMTOS to keep the whole year busy," and “TIMTOS 2023 is even more dynamic than the pre-pandemic times,” they said.
Many business deals were made during the show hours. Many of the exhibitors, including GOODWAY, KMC, WELE, Quick Jet, UNIFY, Delta Electronics, were delighted with the considerable orders secured on-site. FEMCO, a comprehensive steel manufacturing company has also won orders from many Southeast Asian countries.
The Lead Procurement Engineer from Haas Automation in the United States was excited to see more Taiwan manufacturers producing new-gen parts, with more options than before. The Indian delegation and a senior reporter of the Spanish magazine Interempresas praised Taiwan machine tools for its outstanding capability to provide high-quality and durable products with competitive pricing.
The line-up of events, the Future Manufacturing Forum, ESG Seminars, Maker Workshop, Insights Talk, Marine & Offshore Machinery Seminar, and Metalworking Ecosystem Guided Tours, accommodated roughly 1,000 attendees. For those unable to attend in person, show highlights which were easily accessible through "ManufacturersWin Podcast" and the co-branded online video coverage presented by Modern Machine Shop, "Media Eye on TIMTOS 2023" have already enjoyed more than 20,000 views and listens.
TIMTOS is the perfect venue for international visitors keen to connect with excellent machine tool players, especially in light of the acceleration of digital transformation worldwide and the global trend towards net-zero. It is scheduled to return in March 2025. For more updates, visit www.timtos.com.tw, or follow the show on social media.