Dealers roaming around the second level of the convention center will likely encounter the Taiwanese Pavilion. Show management has corralled roughly 15 vendors in one room comprising all the booth numbers in the 8600s.
On display is a wide variety of wares from the tiny-yet-big island: Acewell International Co. Ltd. makes computers and dashboards for ATVs, motorcycles and scooters; Boamax Co. Ltd. has ATV and motorcycle wheels; Fu Yu Trading Co. Ltd. manufacturers ATV nerf bars, A-arms, tie-rod kits, rod ends, stabilizers, handlebars and bumpers; Jieh Jia Enterprises Co. Ltd. sells Simota-branded intakes decorated with LED lights (pictured); New Kailung Gear Co. Ltd. exports NKL-branded transmission parts (including a gearbox for a 700cc quad); Taiwan Pan Guide Enterprise Co. Ltd makes parts and accessories for Harley-Davidson and metric cruisers; and Unilli Motor Co. Ltd. offers a foldable mini-scooter.
Many of the companies have been in business since the '80s; one was even founded in 1973. A few already have U.S. distributors; most do not.