Taipei AMPA 2023
Taipei AMPA to Give Motorcycles a Post-Pandemic Boost
Ever since Taiwan reopened its borders in October, many foreign visitors have taken advantage and begun planning to visit the island nation again for both tourism and business purposes. As a result of Taipei AMPA opening buyer pre-registration in late November, many overseas buyers have already registered to visit Asia’s top automotive trade event, and exhibitors are also taking advantage of this visitor boost by presenting their newest products.
Scheduled to take place next April 12 to 15 in Taipei, the upcoming 2023 Taipei AMPA will focus on the latest automotive ecosystem developments, bringing trending topics to Taiwan, among them being the recent trend towards green energy. Held alongside AutoTronics Taipei and E-Mobility Taiwan, the show will have a primary focus on being environmentally and socially responsible. As such the automotive industry has seen a growing demands for electric vehicles and alternative fuel options, and motorcycles have been no exception. In recent times, many producers have placed an emphasis on electric motorcycles, and many other corporations have begun specializing in charging stations and other battery-related products for these electric motorcycles to keep up with the current developments. In addition, the next Taipei AMPA will feature an entire motorcycle exhibit, allowing visitors to see these green energy two-wheelers in person, as well as take part in the sustainable movement.
The 2023 Taipei AMPA will be the first since the opening of Taiwan’s borders, and the show scale is expected to approach pre-pandemic levels. To date, over 600 exhibitors have registered to attend the show, and with over 1600 booth spaces occupied, both have surpassed the total for 2022, and with over four months remaining before the start, both will continue to rise. With entry restrictions in the rearview mirror, arriving visitors no longer need to quarantine, and as such buyer registration has also seen an uptick compared to recent times. To date, buyers from over 30 different nations have already pre-registered, and the number will continue to increase as the show dates approach.
With buyer pre-registration underway, and exhibitor applications still being accepted, the 2023 Taipei AMPA is the first step towards revitalizing Taiwan’s automotive industry as it continues its rebound from the pandemic. Exhibitors and visitors can visit the Taipei AMPA website (https://www.taipeiampa.com.tw/en/index.html) to register and attend the show next April.