News List

More funds to help trade associations and chambers drive enterprise
HIWIN expects to run at full capacity through 2Q18
Taiwan Introduces Its Robot Standard Label and Five Qualifiers
HIWIN delivers optimistic revenue forecast
HIWIN second-quarter net profit surges 78.3 percent
Industry 4.0 needs to be more pragmatic: HIWIN
Robots expected to boost HIWIN sales
U.S. dollar closes higher on Taipei forex
Delta, HIWIN and Tatung Show Taiwan’s Industrial Power
Leading Taiwanese Industrial Firms to Showcase Their Latest Innovations at the 2017 Hannover Messe
HIWIN news for Taiwan Excellence Award
Asia's Power Businesswomen 2015
HIWIN Technologies Saw March Revenue Surge 90% on Year
Taiwan Ranks Among World`s Top-3 Supplier of Machine-tool Parts
HIWIN Doubles Sales to NT$12 Billion in 2010
HIWIN, Tongtai See EPS Hit Historic High in First 3 Quarters
HIWIN`s Consolidated Sales May Top NT$20 B. in 2011
Piano player bot tickles the ivories in Taiwan
Inaugural TMTS 2010 in Taichung
Taiwan`s Major Machinery Firms Score Record High Sales in May

Asia's Power Businesswomen 2015

Enid Huey-Chin Tsai 


Tsai was working as secretary to entrepreneur Yung-Tsai Chuo in the 1980s when he founded machine-tool maker Hiwin. Though an avid learner, Tsai struggled to fit into the male-dominated industry, but with Chuo’s encouragement she became a creative marketer. Many of her sales ideas were hits, including several miniature gadgets for trade shows to demonstrate the speed and precision of HIWIN components. HIWIN has grown to become the world’s second-largest supplier of motion control components—a key part of automation equipment, machine tools and robots—with 4,000 employees and $487 million in 2014 revenue. Tsai, who has a 1.6% stake, was made president in 2008. She chairs a group called Elegant Leaders in the Machinery Industry, which promotes women in the sector.

Taken from: Forbes 3/3/2015