The Special Exhibition is dedicated to the presentation of technologies and products in the field of LEV (Light Electric Vehicle) components.
Participating exhibitors provide information on their product offerings in three languages (English, German and Chinese) via custom-made posters, and on the special features of each particular product.
Furthermore, it’s possible to enjoy an interactive experience, with direct hands-on experience.
>> photo gallery LEV Components Special Exhibitions(flickr)
Katja Söhner-Bilo (Managing Partner, binova GmbH): "Thanks to ExtraEnergy and taking part on the Test IT Track, it was very simple, and involved little effort, for Binova flow to participate here at the show in Taipei. This is a superb trade show. The atmosphere is very relaxed, so that conversations can take place on a completely different timescale. Several high-ranking representatives of larger companies have taken the time to get to know us here."
Clear product demonstration
"All of the major component and system manufacturers are represented on these display walls", informed Peter Broghammer (Director Business Development E-Mobility Marquardt GmbH). "So it is vital that were are here too exhibiting alongside them. The great thing is that anyone interested can get an overview of practically every component in a single place. Another advantage is that I myself can look over the latest products from our fellow participants in the market. Furthermore, here I have the opportunity to walk over with interested visitors, present the product, explain the technical details and right on the spot I can point out the differences against competitor products, because everything is clearly laid out all on one table. This lets me clearly demonstrate the advantages of our products in comparison to our competitor’s products."
Potential exhibitors who are interested in taking part in the LEV Components Special Exhibition can request further details on participation, and terms and conditions of booking, via:
Text: Angela Budde
Picture: Hannes Neupert
28 April 2017
Last update: 5th December 2019