WKPT Participated in the 2023 Precision Components Sales Expansion Tour by TAITRA

WKPT Joins TAITRA's 2023 Japan Precision Components Sales Tour
WKPT participated in the Precision Components Sales Expansion organized by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) from September 24 to 29, 2023. The event took place in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya, Japan, with the aim of exploring business opportunities with precision manufacturers in Japan.

To expand further business opportunities, WKPT, which specializes in the precision machining of transportation equipment, industrial machinery, and green energy power components, participated in "Precision Components Sales Expansion" by TAITRA. From September 24th to 29th, the delegation traveled to Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya to create more business opportunities with Japanese precision manufacturers.

This year's sales expansion delegation went across three cities, attracting over 600 potential customers. Among them were major Japanese companies, including Mitsubishi Group, one of Japan's seven major trading companies, YAHATA, a large manufacturer of parts and DIY hand tools, AISIN, one of the world's top five automotive parts manufacturers under the Toyota Group, DENSO, the world's second-largest automotive parts supplier, and well-known agricultural and construction machinery manufacturer KURIYAMA. They all attended the event, providing an excellent opportunity for WKPT to establish connections with Japanese manufacturers in the transportation equipment and industrial machinery industries.

According to the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), in response to geopolitical trends and as a precaution against the impact of global crises on supply chains, the Japanese government has actively encouraged Japanese companies to reshore production following the pandemic. It is expected that this will expedite the reshoring of manufacturing in Japan. Taiwan, being a significant supplier of hardware, hand tools, and fasteners globally, has in recent years focused on optimizing quality and developing high-value-added products. This aligns with the emphasis and expectations of Japanese businesses on quality, techniques, and OEM services. It presents an excellent opportunity for Taiwanese businesses to become potential partners for Japanese companies as they consider reshoring initiatives.

WKPT also took advantage of this opportunity to showcase its customized components and manufacturing techniques to Japanese companies, including automotive components, agricultural and construction machinery components, wind turbine components, and more. The manufacturing process spanned metal forming, machining, surface treatment, and other comprehensive manufacturing processes, offering integrated precision machining services to customers with specific needs for customized components.

The "Precision Components Sales Expansion” has ended successfully. WKPT expects that there will be more diverse opportunities for industrial collaboration and development in Japan in the future. The company aims to extend its integrated precision processing services to Japanese precision manufacturers, thereby deepening the collaborative relationship between Japan and Taiwan.