ADVANCED VEHICLE ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
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|Main Products:||Tpms,Car TPMS,Truck TPMS,Tire Pressure Monitor,Tyre Pressure Monitor|
|Total Employees:||51 - 100 People|
|Total Annual Revenue:||US$5 Million - US$10 Million|
|Top 3 Markets:||Western Europe 11.11% Eastern Asia 11.11% Mid East 11.11%|
Advanced Vehicle Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. (AVE Technology for short) is specialized in the re...
Advanced Vehicle Electronic Technology Co., Ltd. (AVE Technology for short) is specialized in the research and development of automotive electronics. Our company is a self-funded manufacturer with R&D facilities located in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Our goal is to provide innovative solutions for safe application and comfort of vehicles.
AVE Technology is currently developing Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). Our TPMS monitors the tire pressure and temperature in real time. Our TPMS is designed to fit any vehicle type. Detailed information is available in product section.
AVE is the number one and the only one OE TPMS supplier in Taiwan now (car mass production on line installing for car Manufacturer).
No 1 quality TPMS made in Taiwan.
In the United States, the United States Department Of Transportation (NHTSA) released the FMVSS No. 138, which requires an installation of a Tire Pressure Monitoring System to all new passenger cars, multipurpose passenger vehicles, trucks, and buses that have a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of 4,536 kg (10,000 lbs.) or less, except those vehicles with dual wheels on an axle, as of 2007. In the European Union, starting November 1, 2012, all new models of passenger cars must be equipped with a TPMS, with even tighter specifications that will be defined by the UNECE Vehicle Regulations (Regulation No. 64). From November 1, 2014, all new passenger cars sold in the European Union must be equipped with TPMS. On July 13, 2010, the South Korean Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs announced a pending partial-revision to the Korea Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (KMVSS), specifying that "TPMS shall be installed to passenger vehicles and vehicles of GVW 3.5 tons or less, ... [effective] on January 1, 2013 for new models and on June 30, 2014 for existing models".Japan is expected to adopt European Union legislation approximately one year after European Union implementation. Further countries to make TPMS mandatory include Russia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Israel, Malaysia and Turkey.
We are looking for business partner in distribution and sale of AVE TPMS. Please feel free to contact us.
We also welcome any potential business partners for OEM and ODM opportunities. We will strive to meet your requirements and expectations.
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|Export Percentage:||91% - 100%|
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