Taiwan Fastener Show postponed until 2021 06 August 2020

The organisers of the Taiwan International Fastener Show - including the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) and the Taiwan Industrial Fasteners Institute (TIFI) – have decided to postpone the 6th Fastener Taiwan until September 2021.

Organisers explained that with Covid-19 still significantly impacting global economy and society, it was unlikely overseas exhibitors, international buyers, and media, would be able to come to Taiwan as scheduled from 14th – 16th October 2020 – which was the rearranged date after the show was originally postponed from 21st – 23rd April.

To assist the Taiwanese fastener industry in developing business opportunities in the post-epidemic era, TAITRA continues to integrate digital marketing resources and build a Fastener Show Online Exhibition to provide exhibitors and buyers with a complete virtual and real integrated digital marketing platform. In addition, TAITRA provides customised business negotiation services in the form of ‘online sourcing meetings’. Furthermore, to enhance their marketing competitiveness and expand global business opportunities, TAITRA is organising a series of new online promotion activities. These include ‘TTS Insight’, ‘Fastener Webinar’, ‘Digital Industry Forum’ and ‘Online New Product Launch’.

Looking forward to the development of the global industry in the second half of the year, TAITRA will continue to mobilse resources from 63 overseas offices around the world, provide digital exhibition marketing platforms, strengthen precision matching services, and integrate promotion and marketing.


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