Interwire 2015

Date
2015-04-27 - 2015-04-30
Exhibitors
400
Attendees
4022
Event contact title
Event Manager
Event contact first name
Livia A.
Event contact last name
Jacobs
Email
ljacobs@wirenet.org
Event contact telephone number
203-453-2777 Ext. 133
Fax
203-453-8384
Notes

Exhibits: April 28-30, 2015

Description

Introduced in 1981, Interwire is the largest and longest-running wire and cable marketplace in the Americas. Hosted biennially, Interwire is an international trade event that includes exhibiting companies, speakers, and visitors from more than 50 countries. When industry professionals look for new wire and cable technology, supplies, and equipment they choose Interwire, the benchmark for wire business in the Americas.

Information is exchanged at Interwire. Machinery is debuted, reviewed, and sold at Interwire. And the promise of international networking on the Americas’ stage continues to excite visitors to this vital forum. The show crosses dozens of vertical industries including automotive, construction, aerospace, transportation, and communications, among others. Interwire is held in conjunction with WAI’s Annual Convention.

Attendee information

Interwire attracts visitors from throughout the world with a concentration from the Americas. These attendees, 90% of whom have purchasing influence, represent the hundreds of companies that plan for a wide range of capital expenditures in the ferrous, nonferrous, and electrical segments of the industry. Attendees come from numerous fields and several industries allied to wire and cable including:
• automotive
• manufacturing
• environmental and reclamation
• appliance
• building
• furnishings
• housewares
• communications
• medical instrumentation
• fasteners
• electronics
• energy

Exhibitor information

Interwire is a machinery show. Exhibiting companies comprise suppliers to the industry and manufacturers of wire; cable; and fastener, formed and fabricated wire products. Historically, exhibiting companies have represented all sectors of metal and fiber.

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