GW Remains Actively Expanding Capacity

Covid-19 Pandemic is not over yet. As bicycle supply chain disruption continues, GW remains actively expanding capacity to satisfy rising demand.

Since the pandemic started, GW has been busy making investment in increasing facilities, machineries, skilled manpower, etc, to fulfill growing market demand and to offer our products with competitive lead times.

This month, 20 newly purchased machining centers have finally arrived at GW main factory, currently under pre-setup and installation process before they are ready to boost up production capacity. As usual, GW insists on investing high standards machining centers made in Japan, just like GW strives to offer only the best products to all customers.

GW On Board with 2021 Eurobike Show

After the cancellation of Eurobike Show last year due to the coronavirus crisis, Eurobike has announced the show is on board this year. Eurobike 2021 will take place as scheduled between Sep 1, 2021 and Sep 4, 2021. 

Due to entry restrictions and quarantine requirements in Taiwan, staff members from GW Taichung headquarter will not be participating this year, but our EU sales representatives will be there, so please come by to visit us at B3-206. On display will be our star ratchet hub, thru axles, headsets, seat clamps, chain guides and UDH.

If you’re attending 2021 Eurobike, we’d love to catch up!

If you’d like to book an appointment with our team representatives, please email to your sales contact or email to info@gw-mfg.com

GW and Employees Join Hands to Combat Covid-19 Pandemic

Two months have passed since the CECC raised epidemic warning to Level 3. Due to the trend of low case numbers appeared stable, although level 3 alert has been extended to July 26, restrictions and measures have been partially lifted.

For the last two months GW has implemented work from home protocols as preventive measures, but as pandemic situation appeared to be stable, we have decided to let GW staff return to workplace.

To return our staff to the workplace, we carefully followed the CECC’s safety guidelines to prevent and reduce transmission at work. On July 14, 2021, we have each of our employees performed rapid antigen tests for COVID-19 in separate groups to confirm all results were negative. On the same day, we announced all staff members to return to workplace starting the next day with safety procedures to follow, such as wearing face masks at all time, body temperature to be measured three times a day, and to rearrange seating plan so that social distancing is maintained.

We are pleased to announce GW Manufacturing have resumed normal operations. We appreciate your understanding and continued support during these difficult and challenging times.