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Invitation to attend major auto parts trade show

10-11-2010
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More than 25 of Taiwan’s leading auto parts and accessories suppliers will showcase their latest products at special trade shows in Melbourne and Sydney this month.

Visitors will have an opportunity to meet with auto industry experts one-on-one in a relaxed, professional atmosphere.

The Taiwan Trade Centre, Sydney, a branch office of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), will host the exhibition to promote the country’s innovative automotive industry.

The main role of the non-profit Taiwan Trade Centre is to promote trading business between Australia and Taiwan.

The 2010 Auto Parts Trade mission to Australia follows the success of previous trade missions.

Taiwan is recognized as the home of some of the world’s most innovative and high quality products.

The auto trade mission will give visitors an opportunity to discover what’s new and most importantly, to provide local business with a competitive edge.

Automotive industry professionals are invited to attend these FREE exhibitions to source the latest products from Taiwan.

The Melbourne exhibition will be held at:

Melbourne Convention Centre
Conference Room 203
1 Convention Centre Place
South Wharf, Melbourne
Date: Tuesday, November 23
Time: 9am-5pm

The Sydney exhibition will be held at:

Sheraton On the Park Hotel
Castlereagh Room
161 Elizabeth Street
Sydney  
Date: Thursday, November 25
Time: 9am-5pm
 
Light refreshments will be served on the day.

To register or for further details of products to be showcased visit:

http://sydney.taiwantrade.com.tw/event/

email: info@taitra.org.au or phone 02 9247 0111 
                         
Taiwan Trade Centre, Sydney
Ph: 02 9247 0111
Fax: 02 9247 0311
http://sydney.taiwantrade.com.tw

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