wire Southeast ASIA Signs Up 400 Exhibitors for September Exhibition

May 6, 2013

More than 400 companies are scheduled to exhibit at Messe Duesseldorf Asia’s wire Southeast ASIA 2013, 10th International Wire & Cable Trade Fair for Southeast Asia and Tube Southeast ASIA 2013, 9th International Tube & Pipe Trade Fair for Southeast Asia on tap Sept. 17-19 in Bangkok.

wire and tube Southeast ASIA 2013 is expected to outperform the successful 2011 edition with the participation of higher profile large international companies, approximately 15 percent of which are first-time exhibitors.

Seven country group exhibits from Austria, China, Germany, Italy, Singapore, Taiwan and the U.S. already have been confirmed.

“wire and Tube Southeast ASIA is the key platform for the region and industry’s decision makers to connect commercially while getting useful insights on the latest technologies to further increase their country’s infrastructural growth,” said Gernot Ringling, managing director of organizer Messe Duesseldorf Asia.

There are several major projects in the region.

The Thai government is investing in a U.S. $67 billion infrastructure development to provide a new

transportation network.

In the Philippines, the government has launched about 30 major public works missions including road, rail, airport and water projects, while in Singapore and Indonesia, expansion and construction of underground rail systems and highways will continue.

The importance of these key investments in Southeast Asia will be evident at wire and Tube Southeast Asia 2013 with the participation of leading product suppliers, equipment manufacturers and export specialists ready to invest in ASEAN’s infrastructural development.

A majority of the international exhibitors will come from Europe, including companies such as August Strecker GmbH & Co KG, Candor Sweden AB, Construcciones Mecanicas Caballe, Eder Engineering, Maschinenfabrik Niehoff GmbH & Co KG and Eurotek S.R.L. as well as FIB Belgium S.A., InnoVites BV, Maillefer Extrusion OY, TMK Russia and Wafios AG.

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