Almost 30 virtual meetings between Taiwanese and Lithuanians

Almost 30 virtual meetings between Taiwanese and Lithuanians

On May 31st Enterprise Europe Network operating at Vilnius Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts, in cooperation with Taiwanese partners, Taiwan Foreign Trade Development Council (TAITRA) organized virtual meetings between Taiwanese and Lithuanian companies. 12 Taiwanese suppliers represented several business sectors, such as: various bolts and fasteners, IT systems and video surveillance cameras, lighting systems, air conditioners and conditioning systems, hardware, pneumatic tools, automotive and agricultural machinery parts, cables, and accessories, etc. They were looking to find new business partners in Lithuania. Taiwanese manufacturers and their presentations are presented here: 2022 LIST OF COMPANIES IN TAIWAN.

"Such B2B meetings, either initiated on its own or with partners, are organized by Vilnius Chamber several times a month. Our goal is to expand existing and discover new markets, to help foreign businesses get to know the local and vice versa. I constantly encourage the members of the Chamber to follow our information, actively participate in events and do not forget to express their business needs”, - says Almantas Danilevičius, General Director of Vilnius CCIC.

During individual virtual meetings up to 30 minutes, Taiwanese and Lithuanian companies had an opportunity to introduce themselves, discuss possible cooperation and find out about the latest achievements of Taiwanese companies and product innovations. Almost 30 virtual meetings took place between 18 Lithuanian and 12 Taiwanese companies.

Vilnius Chamber member “LAUGEA” Association had a meeting with the manufacturers of cables and wires produced for the automotive industry. According to the director of the association, Andrius Rakickas “We are open to discover new markets and new suppliers. It is always helpful to broaden your horizons and become familiar with new opportunities. Now we are waiting for actual proposals from the Taiwanese, which will be shared with our association members".

"Thank you for your support and assistance, both of our meetings went very well. One of the Taiwanese suppliers is more relevant, but I think that we will continue communication with both, we want to find new suppliers of equipment and their parts”, - after the event said Justinas Staugaitis, the head of UAB “Pramus”.

Arnas Žemaitis, Sales Engineer and Researcher at UAB “Femtika”, also was grateful for the organized meeting: “Thank you for the opportunity to participate in a virtual meeting with Taiwanese companies. I think one manufacturer was interested to improve their production processes, and we hope that after consultation with colleagues, they will outreach and further develop friendly relations with us."

TAITRA and Vilnius CCIC had signed a memorandum of cooperation few years ago. This is the fifth Taiwanese business mission to Lithuania. Last spring and autumn virtual meetings were also organized between Lithuanian and Taiwanese companies, that lead to several cooperation agreements to be signed between Lithuanian and Taiwanese companies.

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