Key Growth Industries
Taoyuan's 10 Most Competitive Industries
As one of Taiwan's leading international healthcare providers, Taoyuan combines smart hospitals, smart care and smart health
to offer smart healthcare with high management quality and efficiency.
Grape King Bio, Ko Da Pharmaceutical, ShareHope Medicine and other well-known biotechnology and pharmaceutical firms
invested in production sites in Taoyuan. The industry has a high production capacity.
Internet of Things (IoT)
As a demo site of the Asia Silicon Valley Development Plan, Qingpu special zone will combine soft and hard industries to turn
Taoyuan into an innovation center capable of building an IoT eco-industrial chain.
Logistics and Warehousing
In order to promote e-commerce and the modern warehouses needed to improve the logistics industry, in 2015 Taoyuan
established the Alliance of Taiwan Logistics. The alliance already has more than 280 members. Companies that have invested
in logistics centers in Taoyuan include Qingzhou, Evergreen Group, Fubon Media, and Cathay Life Insurance.
Taoyuan is home to the headquarters of China Airlines and Eva Air, as well as the National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and
Technology. A multitude of aerospace components suppliers further strengthen the city's aerospace development competitiveness.
Meetings, Incentives,Conferencing, Exhibitions (MICE)
Taoyuan Convention and Exhibition Center located next to the A19 station of the Airport MRT will strengthen Taoyuan's
industries and promote development of surrounding areas.
Taiwan's leading textiles hub will integrate sensor and cloud technology to build a smart textiles industry. Major related
companies with factories in Taoyuan include Kwong Lung Enterprise Co., Ltd. and GFun Industrial Corporation.
For automobile components, Taoyuan leads the nation in terms of the quantity of manufacturers and industrial output
value. It also has Taiwan's highest ratio of electric scooters.
The Taoyuan Environmental Science & Technology Park, which promoted solar photovoltaic systems by becoming
Taiwan's first industrial park to add solar cells to all its roofs, is helping turn Taoyuan into a low-carbon, green energy city.
Plans to turn Taoyuan into an innovation and entrepreneurial base for Asia-Pacific youths include the TYC Venture Base,
the Hsinming Youth Hub, and the Andong Youth Start-Up Hub.