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The Touch Taiwan 2020 trade show, which was originally planned for August 26-28, has been delayed to the first half of 2021 due to the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the show organizer Taiwan Display Union Association (TDUA).
The annual event is now tentatively rescheduled for April 2021, and the exact duration of the exhibition still needs to be further discussed with TAITRA, the administration of related exhibition halls.
While the physical exhibition has been delayed, TDUA said there will still online exhibitions this year to allow exhibitors to highlight their new products and solutions through its website. The association will also continue to hold technology symposiums associated with the original event physically and virtually, but shorten the period for conferences to two days in smaller scales.
Touch Taiwan has become one the most important trade fairs for display products globally in recent years, highlighting Taiwan's integrated display supply chain that also involves a number of industries, including semiconductor, photoelectric, smart manufacturing, robotics, automation, and parts and components.