The largest “Swiss” presence ever at Taipei International Machine Tool Show

The Trade Office of Swiss Industries

Organized by the Trade Office of Swiss Industries (TOSI) and supported by the Swiss Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Industries (Swissmem), the Swiss Pavilion at TIMTOS 2017 presents the latest machine tools and tools technologies of 49 Swiss manufacturers through 17 representatives. The Swiss pavilion in the Nankang Exhibition Hall (4F) comprises 109 standard booths, totaling 981 sqm, making it the largest national pavilion and the largest Swiss pavilion of the last 25 years at the trade show. A wide spectrum of technologies in the fields of grinding, milling, sharpening, turning, jig boring, electrical discharge machining, gear cutting, and forming are displayed during the exhibition. The prominent Swiss machine tool presence indicates the importance and the vitality of this industry, and marks further progress in producers’ attention to local customers’ needs, especially given the increased level of competition they are face both at home and abroad.

Focus of the Swiss Pavilion The organizer of Swiss Pavilion, the Trade Office of Swiss Industries said that the major focus of the Swiss presence will be to demonstrate Taiwan metal manufacturing companies innovative and flexible solutions in the production process. Higher precision, speed and productivity as well as user-friendly controls are of utmost importance to increase competitiveness and upgrade the industry. The Swiss machine tool industry offers a comprehensive production range in the mid to high performance segments of cutting, forming, and special purpose machines. Swiss companies concentrate on demanding technical problem issues that require new solutions, which are tailored to the customer’s specific needs by applying the latest technologies available. Customers of Swiss machine tools are mainly in the machinery, automotive, aerospace, aircraft, optical medical, micro-mechanic, and watches industries. It has become evident that specialized high-performance machines are often the better alternative than lower priced general-purpose equipment when operating costs such as power consumption, unit cycle times and yield of the manufacturing process are also taken into account.

We sincerely invite you to visit Swiss Pavilion at TIMTOS 2017. For any further information regarding to Swiss Pavilion at TIMTOS 2017, please contact Mr Duncan Wang, 02 2720 1001,