Taipei AMPA 2023, the all-in-one sourcing exhibition for automotive, motorcycle and e-mobility, returns April 12-15

The event will combine the exhibitions of AutoTronics Taipei and 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan to create a comprehensive event.

Taipei AMPA 2023, a one-stop-shop exhibition and platform for the automotive, motorcycle and e-mobility industries, is poised to make a significant return this year.

Why? Taiwan plays a crucial role in the global automotive aftermarket, as the majority of its manufactured goods are intended for export.

And in 2023, the show returns without a quarantine requirement that had been in place during the covid pandemic. 

Taipei AMPA 2023 is now the all-in-one sourcing exhibition and platform for automotive, motorcycle and e-mobility industries.

It is rare to find a vehicle anywhere in the world that does not contain components made in Taiwan. Despite its relatively small population of 22 million people and a GDP of nearly $830 billion, the island’s impact on the automotive industry is immense.

The event, taking place April 12-15, 2023, in Taipei, will combine the exhibitions of AutoTronics Taipei and 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan to create a comprehensive event.

The e-mobility industry refers to the development and production of electric vehicles (EVs) and associated infrastructure, such as charging stations. This includes cars, buses, motorcycles, scooters, and more. The industry also includes the development of batteries and other components used in EVs. The goal of e-mobility is to reduce dependence on fossil fuels and decrease emissions from transportation. The e-mobility industry is a rapidly growing sector, with more and more companies and governments investing in the development and production of EVs and related infrastructure. E-mobility is a particular focus for 2035 E-Mobility Taiwan and the overall show’s organizer, TAITRA, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council.

The 2023 Taipei AMPA show will center on the most recent advancements in the automotive industry, also delving into a vision of the future of transportation.

The trade show will feature the latest products and services from automobile and motorcycle parts and accessories, to customizing services capable of producing parts for different models around the world. 

One of the main draws of the event is the opportunity to source for aftermarket and OEM parts. Taiwan has seen a significant increase in exports of auto parts, aftermarket parts and smart production, with the United States as the largest exporting nation. This increase coincides with a rise in demand for vehicles and its related products, and Taipei AMPA will expand its exhibits, from gas to electric vehicle parts, to accommodate this trend, show organizers say.

Taiwan is not only known for its high-quality custom manufacturing and OEM automotive aftermarket parts, but also for its strong R&D ability in the information & communications technology (ICT) industry. Taiwan is home to suppliers of well-known companies such as Tesla, Rivian, Lucid and Fisker. 

The event will focus on the trends of C.A.S.E (Connectivity, Autonomous, Shared and Electrified) and will display the future of the automotive industry transformation, including IoV, EV, 5G, and C-V2X as highlights.

I have been to Taipei AMPA previously and found the show immensely informative. There is always a sizable delegation of U.S. attendees from companies that are well-known to the aftermarket. 

If you’ve not attended before, I highly recommend it. Taiwan is a very friendly place and the show is full of the best and brightest professionals in the industry. If you can’t make it in person, don’t worry. AMPA DigitalGo 2023 opens April 10. More information is available here.

Register for Taipei AMPA now.

Taipei AMPA 2023 will take place on April 12-15 physically at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Hall 1, Taipei.

Online show will begin from April 10-23.

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