Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 
Korea (South)
  • Booth: A728

"With us, you are a HIgh-tech WINner."

HIWIN Technologies Corp. principally engaged in the research, development, design, manufacturing and distribution of ball screws, linear guides, cross roller bearing, and industrial robots. It supplies precision critical components to many hi-tech industries for machine tools, medical equipment, material handling, automotive, and green energy industry, and is now one of the largest motion control and system technology manufacturers in the world.

With continuous technical innovation and integration, HIWIN established its electronic company HIWIN Mikrosystem in 1997, manufacturing servo motors, torque motors, linear motors, drive, and linear actuators. This makes HIWIN a system player who can supply from critical components, subsystem, and a total solution.

The philosophy of HIWIN founder, Dr. Eric Y. T. Chuo is always to pursue the ultimate well-beings of Human. He says: “Manufacturing itself is not the goal, but a service to fulfill human needs. This higher purpose leads to innovations that improve our society”. With the broad vision, HIWIN has opened a new page of intelligent automation by Robots, which generates HIWIN a new era.

BEWARE - Special Warning Notice about ExpoGuide and FAIRGuide

With the ongoing solicitations, SEMI would like to continue to alert you with questionable professional practices perpetrated against exhibitors by FairGuide.com (Austria) and Expo Guide (Mexico), Event Fair - The Exhibitors' Guide with their misleading directory services. There may be others that we are not aware of and are hence not named here. 

These companies provide legitimate exhibition guides aimed at exhibitors across the globe offering online listing services. They use a form which resembles and organizer's free catalogue listing service, inviting exhibitors to complete the form for an entry in an on-line directory. Unsuspecting exhibitors who sign and return the form are then contracted into a three-year, non-retractable agreement, which could cost the exhibitor a significant amount of money, with very limited foreseeable benefits. The details are often available on the form itself, but are often too small and insignificant to be noticed. It is always wise to really the small print before signing a contract, and if the information is impossible to read then the contract should not be signed. These publications have no connection with SEMI or any of our events, and it is important that all companies are made aware of this. 

Should you receive any communication from the Expo-Guide and Fairguide.com or related company, please IGNORE THEM COMPLETELY and DO NOT COMMUNICATE WITH THEM IN ANY WAY.

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