wire India, Tube India & Metallurgy India: Powerful Trade Show Trio
27 to 29 Novemver 2018 will see the Indian trade fair trio wire India, Tube India and Metallurgy India held at the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre in Mumbai for the seventh time now. The concurrent holding of the three trade fairs generates valuable synergies for both exhibitors and visitors.
Machines and equipment, latest technologies and services in the areas of wire and cable production, tube and pipe production, pipe processing and metallurgy will be presented over the three trade fair days.
The exhibitors at wire India showcase machinery and equipment for wire making and finishing, forming technology, spring making, cable and strand machines, tools and auxiliaries for process engineering, measuring and control technologies, all types of wires (rolled wire, bare wire, special wires) cable and sheet metal.
For the first time the exhibitors of fastener technology will also be presented with their own special show, the “Fastener Special Zone”, in India. With this new feature wire India reponds to the growing interest voiced by the industry.
The exhibits at Tube India range from tube and pipe manufacturing through pipe finishing to pipe processing, including raw materials, pipes and pipe ccessories, pipe trade, pipe-production machinery, second-hand machinery, tools for process engineering, auxiliaries, measuring, control and testing technology.
The entire metallurgical industry segment complete with electrical and automation equipment will be on show at Metallurgy India.
The trade fair trio will again be organised by Messe Düsseldorf together with Messe Düsseldorf India. Approximately 400 exhibitors from 25 countries are expected.
Alongside many Indian exhibitors and companies from neighbouring countries there are big country participations from Italy, Austria, the USA, China and Germany.
A strong demand in the Indian automotive industry, construction sector and the energy segment will also ensure filled order books for the upstream suppliers for wire, cable and pipes. The Indian subcontinent experiences a phase of heavy investment: in canals, bridges, stresst, civil engineering – in a nutshell: in infrastructure projects that are scheduled to last for decades and will boost sales.
Due to strongly increased attendance at the previous events organisers again expect over 12,000 trade visitors at the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Center in 2018.