ShoeTech Taipei - The Purchasing Festival for Global Footwear Industry
 
Aug 11, 2018
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Organized by TAITRA, the 1st Taipei International Shoe Making Technology Show (2018 ShoeTech Taipe) will open on August 15 through 19 at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1, 4F Skydome.

2018 ShoeTech Taipei features advanced automated shoemaking equipments, and various solutions for automation using intelligent systems and robots. The show has attracted the attention of leading global shoe brands, footwear manufacturers, dealers and agents around the world.

2018 ShoeTech Taipei is the ideal platform for footwear manufacturers and designers to source, network, share technological achievements, and keep up with major trends.

Major exhibitions at the show cover the following categories:

  • Shoe Machinery
  • Machinery for the Leather Processing
  • Testing Instrument
  • Shoe Molds & Dies
  • CAD/CAM Software and CNC Engraver
  • Automated Equipment & Machinery
  • Shoe Material, Leather, Parts, Components & Accessories, Adhesives
  • Machining & Treatment Services
  • International Association, Media

    Well-known footwear manufacturer such as Pou Chen, Grabit, Inc. from the U.S. (invested by Nike), automation equipment provider Panasonic, top collaborative robot Taiwan manufacturer Techman Robot, and Japanese company OMRON will participate.

    The App for ShoeTech Taipei is available online, which makes information including exhibitor list, product list, floor map, and event dates easy to find, and also it also includes badge scanning function. Visitors are encouraged to use the App to obtain the latest info for ShoeTech Taipei 2018.

    For more information, please go to the official website: https://www.shoetech.com.tw/en_US/index.html.

    CONTACT PERSONS:
    Show Manager → Mr. Wolfgang Tang ext. 2619
    Publicity Manager → Ms. Lea Chou ext. 2616
    Exhibition Department, TAITRA
    Tel: 886-2-2725-5200, Fax: 886-2-2725-1959
    E-mail:shoetech@taitra.org.tw

    - ASIA TODAY News Global Distribution http://www.AsiaToday.com

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