With 16 years of experience, wire China has grown into Asia's most influential, and the world's second most influential wire industry event.
wire and Tube China is a leading international trade platform based in Asia, showcasing wire, cable, tube and pipe market products for the oil and gas industry.
Since its establishment in 2004, the tradeshow has grown to be one of the most prominent events serving wire, cable, tube and pipe sectors worldwide.
Wire and cable presentation for offshore applications
The tradeshow is set to take place from 23-26 September 2020 at the Shanghai International New Expo Centre, alongside Fastener Shanghai. The centre expands over more than 112,500m², featuring 12 exhibition halls.
wire and Tube China Trade Fair
The event is estimated to attract more than 48,000 attendees and showcase more than 1,7000 brands.
As well as supporting the offshore industry, wire and Tube China promotes professionals from railway, electrical, construction, telecommunications and aerospace engineering industries, who will be attending the tradeshow as visitors and exhibitors.
wire China trade fair product showcases for the oil and gas industry
As done in previous years, the ‘Raw Material Special Zone’ and ‘Spring Special Zone’ product showcases will be present. By holding the event at the same time as the Shanghai Fastener and Tech Show, wire China aims to be a one-stop sourcing platform, allowing businesses to connect with relevant industries.
A vast variety of products will be displayed, including production machinery for wire, cables, second-hand and process technology, materials and test engineering, as well as measuring and control technology.
Tube China trade fair product exhibitions for the offshore industry
A new range of thermal processing and machinery is set to be launched at Tube China 2020.
Exhibited products will include raw materials, tubes and tube manufacturing machinery, accessories and process technology tools. Additionally, there will be reconditioned machinery, as well as plastic tubing and compound pipe.
Previous wire and Tube China shows
In 2018, wire and Tube China took place over four days and featured 45,120 industry professionals from 91 countries, including some well-known buyers from the oil and gas industry such as SINOPEC, BP, Hilong, CSIC and PSI Limited, along with 1,654 exhibitors.
The event acted as host to a number of local and international attendees for seminars presented by industry associations, including oil and gas, to share the latest in industry technological advancements. Exhibitors also oversaw seminars for product launches.
For more information about the exhibition, or to register as an exhibitor or visitor, please fill out the enquiry form found on this page.
wire China 2020 Concluded Successfully on September 26th, Reflecting the Strong Momentum of the Industry Recovery
As Asia’s first influential international trade fair for the wire and cable industry held this year, wire China successfully concluded at Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC) on September 26, 2020, facing transformations and challenges together with the industry right after the epidemic controlled well in China.
While the Covid-19 epidemic has been effectively controlled in China, the global situation is also stabilising gradually.
Tube China will be held in Shanghai as scheduled in September; efficient exhibition preparation will boost the quick recovery of the tube and pipe industry
The effect of China’s bold approaches to contain the rapid spread of coronavirus is recognised by the international community.
The Shanghai New International Expo Centre, China will host the ninth wire and Tube China exhibition, along with the third Shanghai Fastener and Tech Show on the 23-26 September
Booths at wire & Tube China 2020 International Pavilion are now open for reservation.
The organisers of this year’s Tube & Pipe Industry Development Seminar are pleased to announce that this year’s gathering will be extended into a two-day event as a result of the resounding success of the first edition.
Overseas investors are becoming increasingly interested in the Chinese market as a result of ongoing economic reforms and adjustments to trade policy being implemented in the country.
The global economy is still undergoing a major adjustment following the international financial crisis of 2007-2008.
Despite the fair still being almost a year away, the organisers of wire & Tube China have been contacted by many former exhibitors over the past few months who are interested in renewing their booth for 2018.
The next biennial wire and Tube China trade fair is set to take place in Shanghai, 'the Pearl of the Orient', marking 16 years since the debut edition of the pivotal Asian industry event.
The 2016 wire & Tube China event successfully concluded on 29 September at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, after proving once again to be one of Asia’s most influential trade platforms.