New Zealand and Australia Smart Agriculture Buyers Exchange Forum

We cordially invite buyers from Australia and New Zealand to share insights into how Taiwanese smart agricultural equipment can assist in farm development, reduce labor burdens, and create opportunities for international cooperation.

  • Date/Time: September 1 (Fri) 10:00-11:30
  • Venue: Conference Room 403, 4F, TaiNEX 1
  • Organizer: Bureau of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA)
  • Executive unit: Marketing & New Media Research Division, Commerce Development Research Institute (CDRI)
  • Language: Chinese and English


Time Agenda Speaker
10:00-10:05 Opening  
10:05-10:10 Introduction of the participating officials and distinguished guests  
10:10-10:15 Welcome remarks by officials and distinguished guests  
10:15-10:35 New Zealand buyers sharing session: 
New business opportunities between Taiwan and New Zealand - Building Sustainable Agriculture through Smart Technology
Edward Lee
10:35-10:40 Break  

New Zealand buyers sharing session:

Smart Equipment Requirements in New Zealand Livestock Farming Industry

Lindsay Fung
11:00-11:05 Break  

New Zealand buyers sharing session:

New Trends in New Zealand Agriculture: Creating Opportunities for Smart Farming

Richard Lee
11:30-11:40 Opinion exchange  
11:40 End of event  

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Special invitations are extended to Taiwanese export-oriented manufacturers and consulting firms to share their experiences in exporting agricultural and farm products. They will also provide guidance to exporters and explore opportunities in foreign markets for Taiwanese agricultural products.


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Considering the current domestic agricultural machinery development gap and the international agricultural machinery development trend under the promotion of "net zero carbon emissions," we cordially invite experts and consultants from the team of "Compre hensive Promotion of Agricultural and Food Industry Mechanization and quipment Modernization Program" as well as the industry academic and research institutions to present on the topic of "Advancing Agricultural Machinery Development in the Era of Net Zero Carbon Emissions." During the event, the at home and abroad expert s will exchange the ideas on how agricultural machinery will develop towards electrification and shared application in response to sustainability trends.