The 4th All China-International Wire & Cable Industry Trade Fair (wire China 2010), jointly organized by Shanghai Electric Cable Research Institute (SECRI) and Messe Düsseldorf China Ltd., and the 4th All China-International Tube and Pipe Industry Trade Fair (Tube China 2010), jointly organized by Metallurgical Council of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (MCCCPIT) and Messe Düsseldorf China Ltd., will once again be staged in grand style from 21 to 24 September 2010 at Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC).
Enjoying a reputation as the number 1 wire and tube event in Asia, over the years wire and Tube China has witnessed continuous growth in its exhibition area, exhibitors, booths and share of international business. Since the opening of registration for wire and Tube China 2010, a large number of well known industrial exhibitors have confirmed that they will attend the fair.
As for wire China, almost 70% of exhibitors have already completed the registration process. Many exhibitors have enlarged their booths to showcase even more products. Local enterprises like Shanghai Kingstone, Hefei Smarter, Yongxiong, Shanghai Hold, Zhangjia Gang Sanfeng, and Dongguan Gemwell have confirmed their participation.
Thanks to the previous success of this wire & cable and raw materials showcase, the wire & cable zone has attracted Tianjin Huayuan, Anbao, Harbor, and Jiangyin Xiangrui, while the raw material zone will welcome Shanghai Kaibo, Shenyang Tianrong, Hangzhou JLS and Shanghai Zhizheng. In addition, Dow Chemical, Borouge, Kolon and PolyOne,Colorant Chromatics will take part in the chemicals showcase. International exhibitors, such as Wafios, Niehoff, Eder, Rosendahl, Troester, KOSWIRE, KISWIRE, Traxit, DSR, Maillefer, Saikawa, Kunshan Sanchi, Zumbach, and Emerson CT have confirmed their participation.
As for Tube China, which is again supported by the International Tube Association (ITA), names like SMS, Haeusler, Kusakabe, Sanyo Seiki , EFD ,IMS, PANYU CHU KONG STEEL PIPE, Tianjin Pipe International Economic & Trading Corporation, and Shanghai Tianbao are also in the process of signing up for this event. We will also welcome a number of new exhibitors to wire and Tube China 2010, including TIEN DAT from Vietnam, MIYAZAKI and ASABA from Japan, Lubrizol from Hong Kong, etc.
The national pavilions, including Germany, Austria, Italy, France, North America, and Japan, etc., are currently being organized meanwhile, this event has also received huge support and attention from the relevant governmental authorities, domestic and overseas trade associations, and industrial experts.
Booming Chinese Wire & Tube Industry – Your Market of the Future
The Chinese economy has picked up speed again, following the economic crisis of 2009, and its GDP growth rate for 2010 is estimated at 10% by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, with a more balanced growth momentum and structure.
Recently, China's wire market has become one of the world's fastest growing markets, so that its output now leads the world in turnover and gross output. The related statistics show that the total value of production in China's wire industry increased by 6.3% in 2009, while the total output rose by about 10%. The future continues to look bright for the wire & cable market in 2010, because the government's RMB 4 trillion stimulus package will continue to play a role in promoting growth, and many factors will drive the demand for wire in the domestic market, such as high-speed railway, 3G communications networks, construction of intelligent power networks, construction of nuclear power plants, major infrastructure construction and urban construction. At the same time, other themes will also effectively stimulate demand for cable and wire in China, such as green energy networks involving wind energy and solar energy, housing projects, and Hainan International Tourism.
China has become the world's largest producer of steel tube, contributing one third of the world's overall tubular steel products. According to some statistics, China's output of crude steel in 2009 was 568 million tons, while processed steel material amounted to 692 million tons. The domestic steel consumption structure is as follows: 51.9% for construction, 33.8% for industry, 6.3% for transportation and 8.0% for the remaining sectors. The forecast consumption of steel tubes by the major domestic steel consuming industry in 2010: growth in China's steel consumption will be no less than 10%, with a rising trend among the three major users: real estate will increase 12.6%, railways 15.8% and cars 16.5% compared with the same period last year.
wire & Tube China 2008 attracted a great deal of attention from the industry, occupying 5 exhibition halls with 1,098 well-known companies from 30 countries and regions, featuring a total exhibition space of 57,500 square meters, and attracting more than 30,000 trade visitors from around the world. Working on the basis of the success of last show, wire and Tube China 2010 will spearhead industrial development by providing the best platform for trade players to showcase their latest products, and for business communications and investment decisions.
Boosting its international profile and providing more highlights and better value-added services, the upcoming event is bound to be rewarding for exhibitors and visitors alike. See you in Shanghai in September 2010!
For more information about the event, please visit www.wirechina.net and www.tubechina.net.
Ms. kate Chang
Tel: +86 21 6169 8321
Address: Units 2902/03/04A, Sinar Mas Plaza, 501 Dongdaming Road, Hongkou District, Shanghai 200080, P.R. China