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  1. Long-standing customer base key to BETO’s success

    TAICHUNG, Taiwan (BRAIN) — In 1980, BETO founder Lopin Wang moved from Taipei, Taiwan, to San Jose, Calif., where he worked for four years in a factory that supplied parts to Apple and Atari. It was the early days of Silicon Valley, and Wang said the experience shaped him during ...

    Posted March 4, 2014 in International

  2. Asahi quickly shifts focus to quality over quantity

    Asahi workers painting a carbon frame in its factory in Tainan City

    TAINAN CITY, Taiwan—Asahi’s factory in Tainan City at the southern end of Taiwan has the capacity to paint and assemble up to 200,000 units annually, but the company is currently turning out just 30,000 a year. ...

    Posted March 4, 2014 in International

  3. Awise carbon braking tech trickles down from electronics

    Awise Fiber Tech's Bobby Yin and Lynn Huang

    PINGTUNG CITY, Taiwan (BRAIN) — It’s one of those companies that operates slightly under the industry radar—an OE vendor producing carbon frames, stems, wheels, handlebars and other items for well-known consumer brands. ...

    Posted March 4, 2014 in Product/Tech

  4. Taipei International Cycle Show

    The most famous cycle show in the world, with regular participants of internationally renowned brands like Giant, Merida, Kenda, Maxxis, Shimano, SRAM, Topeak and Campagnolo. An industrial show for high-value, quality cycle products. Comprehensive product line offering “one stop sourcing” from parts to complete ...

    Posted October 16, 2007

  5. Taipei Cycle Opens to Trade

    from 32 countries are scheduled to attend. Taipei Cycle kicks off with a grand opening Wednesday ...

    Posted March 16, 2010 in North America

  6. Dahon Says 'All Aboard' in Taipei

    for all Taipei Cycle Show attendees. This is a green effort aimed at reducing the need for hundreds of individual taxis to drive people to the show. The shuttle will run from Exit 1 Kunyang Station, the closest Metropolitan Rapid Transit (MRT) station, to the exhibition hall. This year’s show in the new ...

    Posted March 9, 2008 in Industry News

  7. Taipei Attendees Lack Urgency in Orders

    opened the Taipei Cycle Show by telling a packed room of international guests that the bicycle industry ...

    Posted April 1, 2009 in North America

  8. Taipei Cycle Poised for Big Turnout

    exhibitors, Taipei Cycle has lost its relevance. The sourcing cycle is so early that a March show is now too ...

    Posted March 12, 2009 in North America

  9. Price Hikes Take Center Stage in Taipei

    nearly twice as much space as the old facility in downtown Taipei. The bicycle show is the first ...

    Posted March 13, 2008 in North America

  10. Different Industry Forecasts from Taipei

    In Europe, corporate-sponsored rental bike schemes combined with massive government investment in cycling, such as London’s pledge to spend nearly $1 billion over the next decade, could ignite a cycling boom, said Jack ...

    Posted March 14, 2008 in North America

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