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“SUP DIRECTIVE” AND THE FUTURE OF PLASTICS

  • 2021-07-24

Starting from the 3rd of July of this year, the European Directive “SUP” (Single Use Plastic) has come into force in all member states. A directive that does not apply in any way to furnishing products – a sector in which Catas, the most important European laboratory in the sector, has been involved for more than fifty years – but which can lead to some careful thoughts on the theme of plastics. The “banning” of some disposable items responsible for a large part of the pollution of our planet – including plates, cutlery, straws, etc. – is undoubtedly a strong signal of the explicit desire to tackle the issue of materials which are considered “not sustainable ".   A directive that can and must therefore be interpreted as a first signal towards the limitation of the production and use of plastics in more general terms, considering the continuous and growing global alarms. Among these, one of the most dramatic concerns the accumulation of plastics and microplastics in the oceans which, continuing at current rates, will contain more plastic than fish already by 2050. Therefore the final goal could even bring to more drastic measures, as a recent article suggests. The prestigious journal “Science”, published an appeal signed by 14 scientits of various countries for an international agreement which goal would be the prohibition of the production of new virgin plastic already starting from 2040. From that date, therefore, only recycled plastic could be used.   This situation and its probable, although not desirable, dramatic evolution therefore requires a careful consideration. Possible strategies should aim at the future concerning, in addition to ethical and environmental aspects, also the marketing strategies of the furniture sector or of the individual companies belonging to it. We must necessarily pay attention to the evolution of this general picture, starting also to consider the possible alternatives, bioplastics, their compostability, rather than coming back, where possible, to wood.   Catas is particularly active on environmental issues and, precisely to meet the changing needs of an increasingly “green” market, it recently has developed a new service for the study of the life cycle assessment (LCA) of any raw material or finished product in the wood-furniture sector. We remind you that the Life Cycle Assessment provides a sort of environmental “identity card” based on international shared rules and unified principles. The LCA study is therefore the objective basis on which to work towards improvements, awards and certifications. Source:CATAS

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NCHU Department of Business Association donated 80 blood oxygen machines and 5 boxes of rice porridge to Fengyuan Hospital

  • 2021-07-22

       NCHU(National Chung Hsing University) alumni unite and support medical care! The Department of Business Management of Chung Hsing University went to the Fengyuan Hospital of the Ministry of Health and Welfare on July 22 to donate 80 blood oxygen machines and 5 boxes of rice porridge. Endy Wang, chairman of the Department of Business Management of NCHU, was the founder of Come Ture Coffee and the former WowPrime. The vice chairman of the board of directors has devoted himself to social welfare for a long time and spared no effort. In July, he called on his friends to recruit blood oxygen machines, hoping to reduce the burden on medical staff.        In July, Tsai Chi-Chang, chairman of the NCHU Alumni Association, initiated the "Support Medical Care and Defend Taiwan" activity. With the enthusiastic response of the Alumni Association, the Department of Business Management, the EMBA Alumni Association and alumni from all walks of life, a total of 2 million dollars was raised. , Donated to 10 dedicated hospitals of Taichung, Changhua, Nantou, a total of 11,000 N95 masks, 2,000 protective clothing, 300 blood oxygen machines, 30 boxes of rice porridge and 36 boxes of daily drinking supplies. Source: NCHU

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SCM is launching a wide range of technical solutions for woodworking requirements, and let customers understand the application of new technologies

  • 2021-06-29

       SCM, a leading producer of machinery and systems for the entire woodworking industry, records an outstanding trend in the first months of 2021, in terms of financial results and order intake.As confirmed by Luigi De Vito, SCM Division Director, the main figures for this first part of the year are extremely positive and the opportunities and customer contacts are increasing day by day.        “We see 2021 as a year in which to consolidate all our strategic markets, including Taiwan market – says De Vito -. The woodworking industry is showing considerable strength, vitality and courage. This is the right time for the woodworking industry to modernise its factories and make their processes more digital, efficient, flexible and eco-sustainable”.        SCM continues to invest in technology, skills and innovation to support its customers with the "Smart&Human Factory": the vision of a digital factory with state-of-the-art automation systems, but accessible to everyone and based on a profoundly human approach and an all-round rapport with the customer.   Automation, Digitalization and Sustainability are the priorities for 2021 and 2022.        “The digital transformation is closely related to other key topics for SCM, such as ‘smart manufacturing’ – adds De Vito -: closer and closer collaboration between smart factories and new skills, a different relationship with services that are increasingly integrated in the product. All of this is increasingly melting into a unified value for customers, a concept of ‘integrated strategy, product and service’ that we are carrying on, representing the core of our relationship with them. Today, for a customer, it is definitely easier to understand what technology can offer, and when we allow him to make the best decision, we can say we have really been able to improve our contact method”. Regarding Chinese market        "Despite the difficult health situation linked to Covid-19, in 2020, SCM recorded a double-figure increase in its turnover on the Chinese market and managed to accomplish important results - points out SCM's China Country Manager, Damiano Bragie -. Thanks to the experience of our technical and sales team, we have produced complete system projects in close collaboration with leading industry customers, by handling every aspect of the product manufacturing. In 2021, we predict a growth in orders led by the hi-tech solutions that we will take to the trade fair and the conclusion of a series of important 'turnkey' projects on which we have been working since the end of 2020".  THE SCM MAIN PILLARS TO FACE THIS CHALLENGING TIMES         “2020 was really complicated, but these are the situations where you see the courage and strength of a brand. SCM has never stopped its strategic long-term plan launched before the pandemic to keep consolidating its market shares and support its growth. We are willing to invest in products, innovation and markets, as we are doing in India, further strengthening our presence with dedicated warehouses, showrooms, experts and local technical and sales staff. Regarding the pandemic, SCM immediately created a task force to respond to the pandemic and redefined a strategy based on few strong pillars. Safety. “First of all, the safety of people, our greatest asset; in few hours, we enabled 90 percent of our staff not involved in production to work from home, showing that we were ready, and our employees were just as well. The safety plan involved all our sites, in Italy and around the world. Our subsidiaries, more than twenty, across five continents were affected, and thanks to constant networking, they were able to anticipate problems and minimize possible damage. To start over quickly when the markets reopened, we worked hard in our departments, in production, to implement strict sanitary protocols and to monitor them constantly, sharing every decision with our employees, trade unions, local and regional authorities”. Customer support. “It was never suspended, even during the strictest lockdown periods. We transferred the necessary skills to our subsidiaries around the world, which helped us support our customer base when business travel was banned, both for sales and for customer service, responding to all support requests, continuing to make installations, also remotely and in prohibitive conditions. This strategy has rewarded us, as customer renewed their confidence and really appreciated our will to support their production”. Investments in logistic, spare parts and service. “We did not stop big investments: during the pandemic, we launched a deep revision of our “spare parts service”, improving all customer support processes with new tools that help us be closer, quicker and more effective”. Technologies Research & Development. “Our technical departments have continued to be fully operational. We worked uninterruptedly on our products, maintaining the same investments in innovation and R&D”. Skills, people. “ Thanks to our Campus, we have pushed even stronger on the training of employees, immediately providing e-learning services for all our sites around the world: more than 70% out of more than 70 thousand hours of training courses delivered in 2020”. Marketing. “We have been pioneers with SCM Live Show. A completely new formula, a global event in live streaming in 9 languages, that proved to be even more successful than we imagined if we consider the contacts and negotiations that stemmed from it. And that’s not all. We are also intensifying our on-line demos from all our Tech Centers around the world”.   Source:SCM

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WOOD AND FURNITURE TECHNOLOGY: STRONG REBOUND IN THE FIRST QUARTER 2021

  • 2021-05-24

   “There never could be a better way to start the new year. The data processed by our Studies office confirm the "strong perception" of recent months: 2021 has started off very positively, with a strong expansion of the demand of furniture and wood industry technology”. Luigi De Vito, president of Acimall – the association that gathers the Italian manufacturers of technologies, tools and equipment for wood and wood-based materials – commented the amazing result of the first ninety days of this year, with orders up by 58 percent compared to the same period of 2020. The trend of international orders was very positive, with a 52 percent increase, while domestic demand literally boomed, growing by 87.8 percent.      “The term of comparison is clearly a period – January-March 2020 – that had been strongly affected by the lockdown caused by the global sanitary emergency, but nevertheless, the rebound has largely exceeded our expectations, supported by the positive signals that had come in the final quarter of 2020”, De Vito added.        In absolute value, the excellent trend of orders in early 2021 has pushed the Italian wood technology industry back up to its al-time highs, achieved in 2018, with a quarter-on-quarter increase by 17.6 percent.      The quarterly survey carried out by Acimall’s Studies office on a statistic sample of companies also shows that the orders book covers 4.1 months, while price variation since January 1 amounted to one percent. Total revenues, compared to Q1 2020, increased by 2.4 percent.       The interviewees gave clear feedback in the quality survey: 75 percent of the sample indicated a positive production trend (versus 50 percent in the previous quarter, clear evidence of increasing confidence in more "reactive" markets"); 5 percent reported decreasing business, while 20 percent reported substantial stability. Growth was also the predominant trend in employment figures: 55 percent of the sample reported a stable trend, while 40 percent indicated an increase and 5 percent a reduction. Available stocks are increasing according to 40 percent of the interviewees, decreasing for 20 percent and stable for 40 percent.      According to the forecast survey, 55 percent expect the export trend to remain unchanged at the current values, while 45 percent believe that the situation can only improve. No one fears the situation might get worse, which is significant in terms of confidence in the future. Looking at the domestic market alone, the outlook is the opposite: 55 percent of the sample expect further expansion, 40 percent stability and 5 percent think there will be a reduction. 2020 FINAL BALANCE      So, the first quarter showed a clear and positive change of direction after a year, 2020, that will be remembered as one of the most difficult periods our industry has ever faced.      According to the final figures published by the Acimall Studies office, the production of Italian companies in 2020 stopped at 1,848 million euro, i.e. 18.4 percent less than in 2019. This massive drop, as it could be easily predicted, mostly occurred in the first part of the year, when the impact of the measures to fight the Covid-19 pandemic was stronger. Starting from the summer, the trend was much more positive, especially in the fourth quarter; the trend reversal supported confidence and a positive attitude across the entire industry, but it was not enough to make up for lost time, orders and revenues, although it helped close 2020 better than it had been figured out in the toughest months.      Of course, the global situation also had an impact on Italian export, with a 15.8 percent decrease versus 2019 and an absolute value of 1,330 million euro. Despite this reduction, international sales remain the major driver for the entire industry. The reduction of import in 2020 was even stronger in percentage, down by 28.2 percent, at 153 million euro. On the whole, these figures indicate that the domestic demand in 2020 was still in a critical situation, while the trade balance – i.e. the export-import difference – still remained at high levels (1,177 million euro). Source:ACIMALL

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33.BI-MU AND XYLEXPO TOGETHER FROM 12 TO 15 OCTOBER 2022

  • 2021-05-26

         A new, big exhibition concept dedicated to manufacturing technology will be launched at FieraMilano-Rho from 12 to 15 October 2022, resulting from a partnership between BI-MU and Xylexpo, respectively organized by Ucimu-Sistemi per produrre - the association of Italian manufacturers of machine tools, robots and automation - and Acimall, the association of Italian woodworking machinery manufacturers.        In times of unprecedented challenges, also for exhibitions, the two events will offer a new scenario where operators will have the opportunity to find expertise, solutions and ideas for a common goal: producing with more and more sustainable and efficient methods, according to Industry 4.0 principles.           As reference events in their respective industries, 33.BI-MU (biennial exhibition of machine tools, robotics and automation, additive manufacturing, digital and auxiliary technologies) and Xylexpo (biennial exhibition of woodworking technology and furniture industry components) will be presented as distinct but complementary events, highlighting their respective peculiarities while leveraging every possible synergy.        This decision will expand the audience of potential visitors for exhibitors on one side (unified access to the fairgrounds will allow to visit both exhibitions), and on the other it will help the visitors from the sectors of furniture, design, industrial plants, machinery for aluminum, composites and next-generation materials, interested in both events, to make the most of their trip to Milan.        Besides a wider technology lineup, visitors will have access to a rich agenda of additional events, in-depth debates on technical, technological and economic topics relevant for both sectors, through presentations, seminars and conferences. Special attention will be dedicated to the big topics of digital and sustainability, two key concepts for the future development of the industry and the global economy. In this scenario, the two worlds that will meet in Milan in October 2022 have been experiencing a momentous evolution that will be visible during the joint event.        “This project – said Barbara Colombo, president of Ucimu-Sistemi per produrre – is much more than the sum of two historical and popular exhibitions. We believe that the merger of BI-MU and Xylexpo will help the industry represented in both exhibitions to show the best of its contents and potential. Under these premises, we believe that the event will be a point of attraction for the global manufacturing industry, with strong visibility in Italy and abroad, to the benefit of all the companies that will choose to participate”.        According to Luigi De Vito, president of Acimall, “…a more and more crowded exhibition calendar, now complicated by the rescheduling of many events due to the pandemic, the new technologies and the stronger and stronger international competition require a deep and accurate revision of the exhibition concept, which cannot be "only" a place where demand and supply meet. The collaboration between Xylexpo and BI-MU will develop into an innovative platform that will be focused on "high-end technology" and the many, profitable interactions that such technology can generate, offering an involving and successful experiential event to operators, exhibitors, institutions and all stakeholders”.        Luca Palermo, managing director of Fiera Milano, commented the concept of the new event: “We are proud that BI-MU and Xylexpo – both reference events in Italy and all over the world in their respective industries – have been featured in our calendar for over fifty years, as evidence of the appreciation of our premises and the services offered by Fiera Milano. I believe that the decision to put together these events will bring further benefits to the organizers and exhibitors of both exhibitions; on our part, we are ready to check all the details of the new project together”. ACIMALL – the association of Italian manufacturers of woodworking machine tools, with over 150 member companies – represents an industry that generates 2.5 billion euro revenues, with a 75 percent export share.  UCIMU-SISTEMI PER PRODURRE, the association of Italian manufacturers of machine tools, robots and automation, represents over 70 percent of the industry's made-in-Italy production, accounting for approximately 9 billion euro revenues. The export share is 56 percent of production. Source: XYLEXPO      

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Stellar results of CIFM / interzum guangzhou 2021 bolstered by strong economic

  • 2021-05-24

       Asia’s largest and most comprehensive woodworking machinery, furniture production and interiors trade fair drew to a successful close on Mar 31 in Guangzhou, China.        With the partnership of two major exhibition forces – Koelnmesse and the China Foreign Trade Centre (Group) – CIFM / interzum guangzhou 2021 boasted a scale of 340,000 square meters with 2,100 exhibiting companies covering six key product categories.        Internationally renowned brands at the event included: HOMAG, Biesse, Cefla, IMA, SCM, WEINIG, Heveaboard, Impress, Kronospan, Lamigraf, PFLEIDERER, REHAU, Schattdecor, LG, Hyundai, LINAK, LIMOSS, OKIN, Henkel, SABA, Arpico, Italiana Ferramenata, King Slide, Repon and Sugatsune.        Nearly 200,000 visitors were drawn to the southern Chinese city to participate in the event – an increase of over 20 percent compared with the last edition.        “Visiting interzum guangzhou 2021 was to me an eye-opener towards how closely our economies are intertwined – not just in the field of automotive or high-tech: China is a major market for German hardwoods, which have been grown in ecologically sustainable forestry, and of indispensable components such as glues, coatings and hinges which are indispensable for producing furniture in the legendary German quality, highly appreciated by Chinese customers,” complimented the German Consul General in Guangzhou, Mr. Martin Fleischer, who was invited to visit the show.        Mr. Matthias Haasler, CEO of Rehau in Greater China and North East Asia said: “This is a good place to show new developments and really to go into good discussions with the customers here.        The industry has also seen and experienced interzum guangzhou over the past years. It is a very important place to meet and to see new products coming up. Being here is important – to simply show your strengths and to show the power.”        Ms. Vika Pesenti from Italiana Ferramenta was equally pleased: “I think it was very great to see so many people this year, so for us it was a very big advantage. We got a lot of visitors coming, and especially the first day we have registered about one thousand people coming to our stand. It was a great success!”        CIFM / interzum guangzhou is not only an important platform for visitors to discover and understand new products, but also allow exhibitors to gain insight into new market needs and lead the development of the industry.        Mr. Liu Chenglong, Project Manager of woodworking machinery manufacturer SCM, said: "We’ve made good gains at the exhibition. Visitor flow is relatively heavy. We’ve also met a number of new customers and got to know some new needs."        As the industry's flagship exhibition, CIFM / interzum guangzhou has always been a stage for the furniture industry to showcase new technologies, new products and new trends, and create business opportunities.        The 20 PLUS 20 Annual List for outstanding furniture accessories is a tribute to enterprises that are actively exploring creative solutions and keen to innovate. The 2019-2020 awards ceremony was held on the first day of the exhibition with 15 exhibitors receiving the accolade.        A dedicated showcase featuring 2018-2020 awarded products were also on display, allowing show participants to review the innovative development of the industry in recent years. In addition, nominations for the 2021-2022 list is also officially open for exhibitors in 2022.        With the debut of the Business Package Plus (BPP) to assist affected overseas brands maintain their presence at the show, buyers were still able to continue to source innovative products and solutions from all over the world.        Also held at the BPP zone by the Agricultural Trade Office of the US Consulate General in Guangzhou, a seminar themed "Back to Nature - Modern Wood Structure" was streamed live on the online conference platform and received encouraging response.        Over at the PIAZZA lounge, a series of forums surrounding topics such as smart home systems, home lighting, furniture lifting technology, and new materials and technologies saw experts of the respective industry verticals sharing application cases and imparting valuable knowledge to attendees to quickly understand the high-quality products and innovative technologies of the industry, and promote the development of smart furniture.        A total of 124 online and offline business matching meetings were successfully conducted over the four-day period.        Impressed by the results, Mr. Li Lin, Strategic Purchasing Manager of Oppein – Asia’s leading cabinetry manufacturer based in China - said: "The business matching event is able to efficiently match our needs to the right suppliers. We have met some excellent companies, and will continue to follow up with these new contacts. The event format is brilliant."        "interzum guangzhou is one of the most important exhibitions of the year for us. It is a platform to find new suppliers and interact with the industry. We participate in the business matching activities every year, and this year is no exception. Everything took place very smoothly, from the pre-show selection of suppliers to the on-site coordination arrangements, greatly improving communication efficiency. We’ve also received some good results. Thanks to the organizers for their professionalism and meticulous efforts," commented Mr. Li Peng, R&D Director of well-known custom furniture maker Vifa.        After enjoying similar good outcome, Mr. Engarafat Alharahsheh, General Manager of SAS-TECH INDUSTRIAL GROUP LTD was quite satisfied: “The event was good and well organized with professional service. For sure I will join next year.”        Affected by the pandemic, Mr. Nilesh Kumar, owner of Mayur from India, was unable to visit the exhibition in person. Making use of the online business matching for the first time, he expressed his delight at the unexpected results:        "Before trying this out, I was unsure if I could seriously meet any of the manufacturers...(but) I really enjoyed the session and have gotten new manufacturers and suppliers who could help me out. Thanks to the team for their awesome work, and I would recommend for others to try this out."        The next edition of CIFM / interzum guangzhou slated to take place from March 28 – 31, 2022. Learn more about interzum guangzhou 2022 at www.interzum-guangzhou.com. Source:CIFM / interzum guangzhou 2021   

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WOOD TAIWAN Digital Days

  • 2021-04-15

WOOD TAIWAN Digital Days, from April 22nd to 25th, 2021, will keep you updated on the latest development about Taiwan woodworking machinery. With major economies implementing loose monetary policies and the support of their housing market boom, demand for this industry still exists, and purchase orders from the ASEAN market have also surged. Tailored to customer’s needs, Taiwan’s machines enjoy a good reputation of high quality, reliability, and quick response to users’ business demands after their sales. Taiwan is your best partner for woodworking manufacture.

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VietnamWood 2021 will now take place from 20th – 23rd October 2021 with a host of new business model “Live, in-person + Online”

  • 2021-03-29

       “Hybrid Trade Shows” will be much needed to kick-start the post-pandemic economy and play a vital role in boosting trade and innovations during the economic recovery process. The 14th Vietnam International Woodworking Industry Fair (VietnamWood), a representative woodworking and wood processing machinery industry exhibition in Vietnam, the event was originally scheduled to run in September 2021. However, the 3rd week of October, 20th to 23rd 2021 allow more time for the world’s vaccination to take effect, leading to a safer in-person event environment and significantly higher face-to-face participation.        VietnamWood is jointly organized by the Ministry of Industry & Trade - Vinexad National Trade Fair & Advertising J.S.C (VINEXAD) and Yorkers Trade & Marketing Service Co., Ltd. (YORKERS) and co-organized by the Handicraft and Wood Industry Association of Ho Chi Minh City (HAWA). It is the only exhibition endorsed by the European Federation of Woodworking Machinery Manufacturers (EUMABOIS) from the past 2 decades in Vietnam. VietnamWood aims to trigger intelligent, automation and upgrade the Vietnamese furniture and wooden manufactures with smart supply chain solutions. 500 + leading companies Line-up to Present Comprehensive Supply Chain Solutions        VietnamWood 2019 featured attracted 573 exhibitors from the US, Europe and Asia and attracted 11,650 visitors from leading woodworking firms and plywood manufacturers such as Kaiser, Rochdale Spears, Wanek, TEKCOM Corporation and VinaWood. VietnamWood 2021 expect to gather over 500 exhibitors in presenting cutting-edge technologies, products, and services divided into primary processing (machines for veneer and plywood processing), secondary processing (sawing, planing, forming, CNC, edge banding, finger jointing, drilling, doweling and polishing), tools, related equipment for surface finishing, auxiliaries, dusting collecting, and furniture hardware or accessories. Notable exhibitors include Thuan Hien, Thuong Nguyen, Quoc Duy, Van Su Loi, Nanxing, RIKEN, Dai Phuc Vinh, Long Phat CNC, Sam Bac and many more will be showcasing at VietnamWood 2021. Wood Industry Associations Lend Strong Support to Facilitate Industrial Upgrade        Both domestic and overseas wood industry associations strongly support VietnamWood, include the Binh Duong Furniture Association (BIFA), the Forest Products Association of Binh Dinh (FPA Binhdinh), the Vietnam Timber and Forest Product Association (VIETFOREST), and the Vietnam Association of Mechanical Industry (VAMI); the overseas associations as the German Woodworking Machinery Manufacturer’s Association (VDMA), the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber (WKO), the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC), the Quebec Wood Export Bureau (QWEB), French Timber, the Qingdao Woodworking Machinery Association, the Lunjiao Woodworking Machinery Chamber of Commerce, and the Taiwan Woodworking Machinery Association (TWMA).       Taking advantage of the expertise from local industry associations, conferences and seminars will be held on the sidelines of the expo, focus on woodworking and wood processing technology, automation and digitalization. Vietnam Wood        According to recent data, the total export value of timber, wooden products and forest products in 2020 estimated by VIFORES would reach $12.5 billion, showing a 10% growth compared to the previous year. The extraordinary result was partially credited to Vietnam's effective control of pandemic while countries like the US, the EU, and SEA countries had to temporarily suspended production from the pandemic lockdowns. With the implementation of two main free trade agreements–the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), Vietnam's wood processing and furniture manufacturing industry takes advantage of CPTPP, EVFTA for global market expansion. The EVFTA is hoped to contribute sustainable growth of Vietnam’s wood export and expect to open up new sales channels and raise product value.        To pinpoint these prospects, VietnamWood as the leading regional biennial trade fair for woodworking industry held in Ho Chi Minh City is placing collaboration at the forefront of the fair’s evolving approach to sustainable local woodworking industry development. VietnamWood 2021 will be held from 20th to 23rd October at Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center (SECC). For more information, please visit www.chanchao.com.tw/vietnamwood or contact show management Chan Chao International Co., Ltd steven@chanchao.com.tw Background information on YORKERS TRADE & MARKETING SERVICE CO., LTD.        Yorkers Trade & Marketing Service Co. Ltd., based in Hong Kong, has been a leader in organizing Exhibitions & Trade Fairs in ASEAN and South Asia for over three decades. Yorkers has held numerous machinery-related events in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Myanmar, Taiwan and Vietnam. Having amassed abundant experiences in the field, Yorkers Trade Fairs will serve as the best platforms for exploring trade opportunities in the emerging markets.

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