TAMI (Taiwan Association of Machinery Industry) was founded in October 1945 and originally named “Taiwan Association of Iron Industry”. It was then renamed “Taiwan Provincial Association of Iron Industry”. In May 1947, the organization reshuffled and became “Taiwan Provincial Confederation of Machinery Industry”. On April 28th 1948, the name TAMI was officially established and used as Taiwan Association of Machinery Industry from November 1st 2013.
In 1999, TAMI was certified as an ISO9000 organization by the Bureau of Standards, Metrology & Inspection of the Ministry of Economic Affairs. Later in 2009, TAMI was certified as “International ISO9000: 2008/CNS 12681 Quality Management System” with the policy of “Upgrading our service and pursuing collective benefits for our members”.
In recent years, TAMI has intensively conducted numerous machinery export promotion delegations, as well as trade fairs in domestic and international market places.
“TAMINet” was established as a multilingual website geared towards machinery promotion. The website is available in Mandarin Chinese, English and Japanese. This easy to use website is essential in helping company members to offer customer quotes and technical information with just a few clicks of the mouse. “TAMINet” is a business platform that provides machine builders and the satellite companies with the ability to interact each other for sales cooperation and technical discussion. It is also a smart manufacturing forum for both buyers and sellers who wish to acquire up-to-date market information, CE conformity guidance and so on.
“TAMI” greatly helps to increase the competitiveness of all its 2,600 company members in the international market place.