Organisers say this all-in-one sourcing exhibition and platform for automotive, motorcycle and e-mobility industries is creating new rules for success

In 2023, one of the largest automotive trade shows in Asia – combining “Taipei AMPA”, “Autotronics Taipei”, and “2035 E-Mobility Taiwan” – will presents a comprehensive range of exhibitors from automotive and motorcycle aftermarket parts, automotive electronics, hardware, software, and peripherals for electric and autonomous vehicles, and even EVs.
The annual industry event will be held from the 12th to the 15th of April in Taipei, with 2023 Taipei AMPA to focus on the latest automotive ecosystem developments, including a look into what the future of the road looks like.
Taipei AMPA will also continue to feature automobile and motorcycle parts and accessories, as well as provide a glimpse of producers’ customising services capable of producing parts for different models around the world.
New to 2023 is that “Taipei AMPA” will be held along with “Autotronics Taipei” and “2035 E-Mobility Taiwan”, with show organisers stating this will allow them to present the entire industry’s present and future under one roof.
Along with exhibited products, many forums, seminars, and startup activities will also combine knowledge and experience as the industry moves forward.

Sourcing for AM and OEM parts
While the global automotive industry had a dip in production, show organisers say Taiwan saw a 30 percent increase in exports based on its ability to customise auto parts, aftermarket parts and a heavy investment in smart production, with the United States as the largest exporting nation. In addition, this increase coincides with a rise in demand for vehicles and its related products, and Taipei AMPA will also expand its exhibits, from gas to electric vehicle parts, to accommodate this trend.

The pioneer of E-Mobility
Taiwan is not only known for high-quality custom manufacturing and OEM automotive aftermarket parts, but also has a strong R&D ability of ICT industry, where you can find the suppliers of Tesla, Rivian, Lucid and Fisker. To focus on trends of C.A.S.E (Connectivity, Autonomous, Shared and Electrified) at 2023 Taipei AMPA, Autotronics Taipei and 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan, the three shows will consolidate IoV, EV, 5G and C-V2X as highlights, displaying the future to the automotive industry.

About Taipei AMPA
Established in 1984, organisers say Taipei AMPA has become one of the largest automotive trade shows in the world, presenting the latest products of aftermarket, OEM auto parts, the trends of C.A.S.E with the latest IoV, EV, 5G applications and solution and fleet management system (FMS) to “keep you ahead of the curve” in 2023 while allowing you to meet “the strongest industries in Taiwan – automotive lighting, automobile electronic and auto parts aftermarket (AM) – all at the show ground.”
Further, show organisers state that AMPA is the pioneering automotive hybrid trade fair in Asia, which brings a satisfying purchase experience with “no boundary, no time difference, onsite and online.”

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