T-TAC- Tongtai Technical Application Center was officially opened on April 17

For following the trend of “Manufacturing Servitization,” Tongtai officially opend its first Technical Application Center (T-TAC) in Kaohsiung on April 17. By establishing T-TAC, Tongtai will satisfy the needs of customers to a higher degree of efficiency. In the second half of this year, the second T-TAC will be opened at Tongyu, Tongtai’s subsidiary in China. In the future, T-TAC will be established in Europe, America, and Southeast Asia for servicing the demands of local customers. The C.E.O. of Tongtai group, Juih-Siung Yen, said “Many famous machine tool manufacturers, such as DMG and MORI Seiki, are providing their customers with a series of processing consultations. The Total Solution Service income from them has exceeded more than 20% percent of the total revenue. This also is a milestone for Tongtai.”

For assisting customers to improve their competitiveness and pursue the win-win result, yesterday, Tongtai had an exhibition in cooperation with SECO and the famous Sweden tool manufacturer and software provider Delcam. In the exhibition, Tongtai, SECO, and Delcam focused on various machining problems in the automotive and aerospace industries to provide the best cutting solutions. To this end, Tongtai’s ultrasonic machining center, T51-USA, and Q-1st Piece Output software were shown during the exhibition.

C.E.O. Yen also emphasized “This ultrasonic machining center is used to process hard and brittle materials manufacturing, such as molds, glass panels, ceramic frames, semiconductor, and other applications. Currently, there are only a few manufacturers that have this kind of skill. Furthermore, Tongtai has a unique technology called “non-contact power/signal transmission unit.” During the TIMTOS2013 exhibition many customers were interested in this extraordinary product.

For the huge business opportunity of producing automotive and aerospace parts in China, Tongtai group, including Tongtai, Honor, QuickTECH, and APEC, will attend the CIMT2013 in Beijing. The six machines to be shown in CIMT2013 were developed for matching the needs of local markets. The amount of possible orders is estimated at 300 million dollars and will benefit the gross annual income.