From August 26 to 27, 2021, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) in Johannesburg is organizing a virtual visit of a trade delegation from Taiwan for the Mauritian business community. This will give about 20 Taiwanese suppliers the opportunity to virtually meet with Mauritian companies looking for quality business partners and ready to diversify in a pandemic affected business environment. As physical trade shows have been postponed until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this virtual trade delegation is a unique opportunity for Mauritian companies.
21 Taiwanese suppliers have confirmed their participation. They are from sectors such as manufacturing, ICT, medical equipment, automotive and consumer products. These Taiwanese suppliers will be available, online, from August 26 to 27, 2021, for a limited number of meetings between 11am and 2pm (Mauritius time). Registration and participation in the virtual face-to-face sessions is free, with the option to attend multiple meetings. Email email@example.com for registration for this meeting or visit https://joburg.taiwantrade.com/home.
Questions to … George Liu, Director of the Taiwan Trade Centre in Johannesburg
Introduce us to the Taiwan Trade Centre? Taiwan Trade Centre Johannesburg is one of the overseas offices of TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council). Our mission is to develop trade between Taiwan and Southern African countries by organizing trade shows, business-to-business meetings and inviting buyers from Southern African countries to participate in our events, as well as creating business links between Taiwan and Africa. What are the objectives of this week’s meeting? Objective of this online trade delegation is to show what Taiwan has to provide in the following sectors: Automotive, Medical, ICT, Machinery, Construction and Home Appliances. The online delegation will take place over two days on August 26 and 27. Twenty suppliers from the automotive, medical and industrial production sectors, among others, will be available for meetings between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm each day (Mauritius time). How would you describe Taiwan’s industrial sector? Taiwan is known worldwide in many industries for its quality and competitivity. Taiwan’s hand tool and fastener industry is among the top 5 in the world. Taiwan is the world’s largest manufacturer of electronic chips, providing chips for computers, smartphones, automobiles, etc. With its innovative spirit and collaborative culture, Taiwan has been able to grow in the international market. Mauritian companies will benefit value from knowing that Taiwanese companies provide world-class products and services.