Smart construction from Taiwan at PhilConstruct 2018

Pasay City — Innovation in building and construction methods from Taiwan were recently highlighted at he 29th PhilConstruct  held at the SMX Convention Center and World Trade Center.

Smart construction from Taiwan at PhilConstruct 2018

‘Taiwan Excellence’ showcased not only their elite brands, but also conducted seminars on  innovative approaches such as smart door locks, smart impact tools, motorized, smart roller screens and other similar products.

Featured Taiwanese companies included Caesar Sanitary Ware, Sunonwealth Electric Machine Industry Co., Ltd., Chiao Teng Hsin Enterprise Co., Ltd., Ferro-Carbon Enterprise Co., Ltd., Tong Lung Metal Industry Co., Ltd., Xing Tai Guang Co., Ltd., Lei Yueh Enterprise Co., Ltd., e-Formula Technologies, Inc., King Slide Works Co., Ltd., and Taroko Door & Window Technologies.

Exciting times for industry

PhilConstruct, one of the biggest construction shows in the country,  creates a space for manufacturers to showcase industry-related items such as building materials and components, construction equipment and materials, building accessories, construction accessories, and essentials, interior design materials, exterior design products, and construction machinery.

“These are very exciting times for the industry,” said Morris Agoncillo, President of Philippine Constructors Association, Inc. (PCA).  “With the government’s aggressive pursuit of infrastructure development through the Build, Build, Build program as well as private sector’s drive to produce globally competitive projects, there are plenty of opportunities for both local and international suppliers to grow their business here.”

Aside from the Philippines and Taiwan, countries which had the biggest representation at the show included China, the European Union, Germany, Italy, India, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Spain, Vietnam, and the United States. 

Topics: Taiwan , PhilConstruct , Morris Agoncillo , Philippine Constructors Association , European Union
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