Australian automotive companies are being encouraged to attend the AMPA trade show in Taipei, Taiwan on 12-15 April.

AMPA claims it is the world’s second-largest automotive parts trade show and the only event to combine car and motorcycle parts in one expo – which, it says, is fitting since Taiwan is the world’s leading provider of high-quality motorcycle and automotive parts.
Last year’s exhibition attracted more than 50,000 visitors from around 100 countries, making AMPA the place to be for all things automotive and motorcycle parts related.
The event is geared towards a wide range of companies in the industry, including automotive or motorcycle industry players, aftermarket experts, auto parts manufacturers, EV and e-mobility innovators, and automotive electronics specialists.
“This is an exciting opportunity for Australian businesses to attend one of the best regarded trade shows in the world – to catch up on the latest trends, showcase their products and forge new partnerships,” said a spokesperson from The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Australia, which represents the office of the Republic of China (Taiwan) in Australia.
“In particular, we are looking forward to cutting-edge discussions around the role of the automotive parts industry in driving innovations that will help us build a more sustainable future.
“We are grateful for the trade relationships we have already forged with Australian companies, and we are excited at the possibility of welcoming some of the country’s most valuable and innovative players to Taipei for this milestone event next month,” the spokesperson concluded.
The trade show was first established in 1984, but this year it is three trade shows in one: AMPA, Autotronics Taipei, and 2035 e-Mobility Taiwan.
These three shows cover the whole gamut of the auto parts industry, from car and motorcycle aftermarket parts to the newest innovations in electric and autonomous vehicles.

For more information visit www.taipeiampa.com.tw or email australia@sa.moea.gov.tw