Metal industries look forward with excitement to regional satellites in Thailand and India From 5 to 7 October 2022, Thailand’s leading regional trade fairs for wire, cable, tubes and pipes, wire Southeast Asia and Tube Southeast Asia, will be held at the Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC). The exhibiting companies come primarily from Southeast Asia.
Thailand has been considered the economic hub of the ASEAN countries and a springboard for local and international companies for years. The country is investing heavily in its trade and growing infrastructure. Especially the rethinking within the automotive industry towards more eMobility as well as investments in the fields of electronics, robotics and food industry make Thailand interesting for international investors who want to establish themselves on the Asian market.
From Europe, exhibitors from Germany, Great Britain, Italy and Austria will come to Bangkok to present the latest machinery, equipment, technologies and services. In addition, country pavilions will present concentrated technology power. Further information on both trade fairs can be found on the Internet portals at: www.wire-southeastasia.com and www.tube-southeastasia.com.
Four metallurgy trade fairs in parallel in India
From 23 to 25 November 2022, the four regional Indian metal trade fairs wire India, Tube India, METEC India and India Essen Cutting & Welding will open their doors at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai.wire, cable, tube and pipe products are indispensable for investments in India’s growing infrastructure as well as house, road, bridge and canal construction. Also in the oil, gas, water and wastewater sectors – no industry functions without the technologies and products of these industries. This is why the trade fair quartet will once again present itself in 2022 as the leading regional communication and trade platform for meeting new customers and expanding existing business contacts.
Due to the international appeal of the trade fairs, a high level of international participation is also expected in 2022. So far, 350 companies from 15 countries have registered, including exhibitors from the USA, Singapore, Turkey, Italy, Germany, China and Vietnam. The Indian industry key players will again present themselves united at their leading trade fairs in 2022. The Indian unit of the ITA is also planning an accompanying conference programme.
12 German exhibitors will exhibit on a joint area of 204 square metres as part of a federal participation, and Italian and Swiss companies are also planning their own country pavilions for 2022. The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy has significantly reduced the participation prices for the international satellites of wire and Tube in India for 2022 and optimised hygiene protection at the German Pavilions.