In Taiwan’s capital Taipei, the deputy minister will meet with Taiwanese deputy ministers of transport and communications, economy and foreign affairs. Much attention will be devoted to enhancing cooperation in aviation, maritime transport, electric vehicles and production of their components, as well as to the electric vehicle charging infrastructure and the potential of manufacturing energy storage equipment.
Representatives of Klaipėda State Seaport Authority, Vėjo projektai, Altas Auto and Elinta Robotics are also part of the delegation.
The Lithuanian delegation will visit Taichung offshore windfarm, as well as electric vehicle and electric bus factories.
In Hsinchu city, a memorandum of understanding will be signed between Lithuania’s electric bus manufacturer UAB Vėjo projektai and Taiwan’s largest passenger and cargo vehicle manufacturer Tangeng Advanced Vehicles Co.
With representatives of China Airlines, cooperation opportunities in passenger and cargo transport between Lithuania and Taiwan will be discussed.
Director General of Klaipėda State Seaport Authority, Algis Latakas, and representatives of Taiwan International Ports Corporation will discuss diversification of Klaipėda seaport activities, the search of new markets and international waterway routes.
In September, Lithuania plans to open a trade office in Taipei. It is hoped that the opening of the commercial representation will contribute to bilateral cooperation in the areas of business, economy, research and development, culture and transport.