Taiwan Industry Updates
Automated production is increasingly a buzzword among manufacturers from just about all sectors, implying a growing demand for high-precision, efficient-to-make dies and molds; and, according to the Metal Industries Research & Development Centre (MIRDC), information and communication technology (ITC) applications are the key to assuring that mold and die manufacturing services fully satisfy custo... Full Story
Amid rising gasoline prices and growing eco awareness, carmakers continue to aim for weight-reduction without compromising structural integrity to build cars that perform better while burning less fuel.
Even in the 1960s, magnesium wheels were used in premium cars to save weight. And aluminum is being used extensively by top-end carmakers in Germany and Italy to replace steel to cut mass, with... Full Story
Exports of metal furniture from Taiwan have held steady despite market fluctuations, underscoring the global competitiveness of the domestic industry.
Metal is more flexible than many other furniture materials, such as wood, rattan, glass, and plastics, making it well-suited to making furniture a variety of shapes. Metal parts are also commonly used to complement other materials in furniture.... Full Story
Seventeen winners emerged from a slate of 62 competitors at the second annual Taiwan Machine Tools Industry Award 2013 for Excellence in Research and Innovation contest held during the Taipei International Machine Tool Show (TIMTOS) 2013 in early March.
The number of award contenders this year doubled over that of the previous contest, held in 2011. Award categories this year included Machini... Full Story
The ISO 9001-approved Juin Daw Enterprise Co., Ltd. has focused on developing and manufacturing vehicle sending units (fuel gauge/fuel level sensors). The company was founded in 1992, succeeding its predecessor Chin Hua Auto Repair Shop, which had been created in 1970.
In its over four decades of experience, Juin Daw has developed and manufactured top quality and reliable sending units for di... Full Story