Tube China 2016 China’s top 1 trade fair for tubes and tube
Tube China will again be held from 26 to 29 September 2016 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC). This is already the seventh time that this trade fair is being held in parallel with wire China in China.
The International Tube & Pipe Industry Trade Fair is organised by Messe Düsseldorf Shanghai, the International Tube Association (ITA) and the local partners of MC-CCPIT – the Metallurgical Council of China Council for the Promotion of International Trade.Organisers expect a total of some 1,600 exhibitors who will present themselves and their technologies in nine exhibition halls. There are joint participations from Austria, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Korea, North America and Taiwan.
In China Tube China has now become the No.1 trade fair for the entire tube and pipe industries. Innovations from the areas of tubes and accessories, raw materials, tube making machines, machinery and plants, tube finishing machines, second-hand machinery, forming technology, the tube trade, process engineering tools as well a measuring, control and testing technology will be presented over four trade fair days. Some 80% of the exhibition space in the Tube halls is booked up. With the premiere of the “Fastener Special Zone” the organisers are responding to the needs of many exhibiting companies.
Increasing global market for tubes and accessories
International and Chinese companies use this opportunity to offer their plant and machinery to the Chinese and/or Asian market – a targeted technology transfer including new business contacts made.
For the duration of the trade fair from 26 to 29 September 2016 the dominating themes will revolve around Industry 4.0. Due to the fast development of the Chinese economy and increasing urbanisation demand for tubes and accessories is increasing, particularly in the construction sector, the automotive industry and in the entire area of renewable energies.
For Tube China 2016 at this early stage 13,000 square metres of exhibition space have already been rented. Together with wire China both trade fairs occupy net exhibition space of a total of 45,000 square metres. Organisers expect some 40,000 trade visitors from 80 countries that will visit the trade fair duo over four exhibition days.
The official website Tube China has now gone online for pre-registration. Pre-registered participants benefit from special services such as accelerated trade fair access and a free exhibition catalogue, to name but a few. For further information visit the official website at Wire China.