One day seminar in Germany
Business Opportunities with the extension of Taiwan’s major airport
The German Trade Office (GTO) is organizing a one day seminar in Frankurt, Germany, to introduce potential business opportunities through the 15bn USD development of Taoyuan Aerotropolis Project, Taiwan’s flagship infrastructure project. Taoyuan airport is Asia’s fastest growing Airport outside China with an increase of 6% breaking the 40 million threshold which elevates the airport now into the same category in terms of size along with airports Singapore, Hong Kong and Seoul.
To facilitate the demand as the gateway city of Taiwan, the following developments will be carried out: Construction of 3rd terminal with a maximum capacity of 45 million passengers, infrastructure with the integration of Taipei Harbor network as well as connected industrial parks.
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• Taoyuan Aerotropolic project – Detailed exposition provided through representatives of Taiwanese organization (MOTC) and GTO.
• General framework for the market entrance and business opportunities for German companies in Taiwan.
• Experience sharing about the Taiwanese market by company representatives.
• Smart airport development requirements to increase passenger experience and reduce costs.
Current status of the project and organizations in charge
• The Aerotropolis consulting services were awarded to a consortium of Mitsubishi, Toshiba (both Japan) und ARUP (London).
• The project managers for the 3rd terminal development are a consortium based of Netherlands Airport Consultants B.V., TY Lin International Taiwan, and Parsons Brinckerhoff International.
• Tendering for the construction of the 3rd terminal will start from Q1 2017 on behalf of Taoyuan International Airport Corporation with a total of 12 packages; Packaging Handling System, Apron-Facilities, Passenger Boarding Bridges, ICT etc. are expected to be tendered from Q3.
Taiwan Taoyuan Airport Development Requirements
• Airport management as part of Airport Operation Control Systems (AOCS) implemented in a sustainable building to reduce environmental impact and improve efficiency, providing a new experience for passengers, whereas US-LEED Gold standard for the terminal is required.
• Taiwan’s largest Multi-TOD (Transit Oriented Development) project with a total investment of 15bn USD aims to generate 300.000 jobs and revenue of 75bn USD.
The event is a great opportunity for German and Taiwanese companies to get in contact and to learn about the overwhelming business facilities when it comes to Taiwan’s largest infrastructure project
Contact: Jan Jovy, General Manager GTO/DEinternational Taiwan Ltd. / Tel. +886-2-8758-5821 / jovy.jan(at)taiwan.ahk.de