Taiwan High-speed Rail Hsinchu and Tainan Stations

The "Taiwan High-speed Rail" line, which is Taiwan's representative high-speed railway, runs about 345km from north to south in Taiwan, connecting between Taipei and Kaohsiung.
Running at the maximum speed of 300km/h, the high-speed train requires about one and a half hours between Taipei and Kaohsiung.
Among the new high-speed rail stations, "Hsinchu Station," which features an impressively big curved roof, is served by two Fujitec observation elevators, and eight Fujitec escalators including high-rise models. In addition, "Tainan Station" is served by three Fujitec observation elevators and six Fujitec escalators.
These two stations are the nearest to Hsinchu Science Park and Tainan Science Park respectively, which are known for the global production base for the parts of high-tech equipment. Many business people use Fujitec products here.

  • Elevator
  • Escalator
  • Transportation
  • Asia
  • Observation
  • Capacity:over 1150kg
  • Balustrade with light
  • Rise:over 8000mm
  • 2000s
Building name
Taiwan High-speed Rail Hsinchu and Tainan Stations
Taiwan High-speed Railway Corp.
Design and supervision
ARTECH-INC(Hsinchu Station)/FEI & CHENG ASSOCIATES(Tainan Station)
Daiho Corporation (Hsinchu Station)/Evergreen-Shimizu Joint Venture(Tainan Station)


Elevator Total units 5
Model Use Loading (kg) Capacity (person) Speed (m/min) Stop number of
floors (floor)
HYDRAULIC Passenger 1650 22 45 3 2
HYDRAULIC Passenger 1650 22 45 2 1
HYDRAULIC Passenger 1650 22 45 3 1
HYDRAULIC Passenger 1650 22 45 2 1
Escalator Total units 14
Model Type Step width (mm) Floor height (mm) Incline (degree) unit
V F 1200 4800 30 4
V F 1200 10010 30 4
V F 1200 5000 30 2
V F 1200 7538 30 4
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