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New Investors Add to Taichung Software Park Six New Companies Invest and Station In
Organization: EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE ADMINISTRATION,MOEA        Publish Date: 2016-06-23 11:00
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The Export Processing Zone Administration (EPZA) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) convened an investment application review meeting on 28th January 2016, and seven new investment applications were approved to invest and station in. Six new companies including Latec Technology Co., Ltd., Guo-Hui Resources Ltd., Ron-Yeh Health Technology Co., Ltd., Digital One Technology Co., Ltd., PURA Design Technology Co., Ltd., and Shenzan Consulting & Design Co., Ltd. invested and stationed in Taichung Software Park (TSP), and the total investment figure amounted to NT$ 91.59 million.
Six industries investing and stationing in TSP includes laser technologies, information security software, wireless medical equipment, hardware and software of jewelry management, web programming system, and interactive digital electronic display panels. Optimistic about TSP's rich resources and great potentialities area for development, these new companies set up centers of innovative R&D, cultural and creative design, and talents training. For enhancing brand values, they also combined customers' experiential services with information communication technologies and software in order to create high value-added products. This was expected to intensify industrial clustering benefits in TSP, and laid solid cornerstones for companies' further long-term development.
According to the EPZA, construction projects and investment promotions of two developers including Yesoon Development & Construction Co., Ltd. and Bigbuyer Development Co., Ltd. and two lease-land companies including Data Systems Consulting Co., Ltd. and Wanin International Co., Ltd. all have been started. The EPZA has convened twenty-seven investment applications in TSP, and the total investment figures amounted to NT$7.3 billion. In the future, the EPZA will create TSP as the knowledge-based economic park of information software, digital contents, 3D technologies, and cultural creative industries; in the mean time, the EPZA will integrate universities in central Taiwan, promote Academia-Industry cooperation, train excellent talents, and elevate the soft innovative power in central Taiwan.
General Xiang Co., Ltd. invested NT$ 45 million and entered Linkuang Export Processing Zone. Coping with the issue regarding global air pollution, every country has joined in reducing air pollution emissions. General Xiang Co., Ltd. manufactures VOCs monitors, which could monitor Volatile Organic Compounds immediately and provide direct information to meet manufacturers' requirements. And now it targets Chinese markets. The VOCs monitoring technologies that General Xiang Co., Ltd. has endeavored to promote not only were authorized by Industrial Technology Research Institute, but also were researched and developed by its own R&D teams. In addition, the Intellectual Property Office approved its two new patents, gas flow and VOCs measurement system.
The EPZA also indicated that the total investment figures in all zones amounted to NT$ 43.466 billion in 2015, which is 5.77% increase compared with the investment amount in 2014. And the current number of employees in all EPZs is 81,000. This indicates that the EPZA has constructed investment environments with high quality, and has made significant results in guiding companies to innovate and upgrade. In the future, the EPZA will still be active in making full use of existing advantages for creating its new image, and bring new opportunities for Export Processing Zones to transform successfully within next fifty years. (The EPZA investment contact hotline: 886-7-361-2725)

Contact Person: Wu, shu-fen (Chief of Investment Section of the Third Division)
Contact Number: 886-7-361-1212 ext311
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