International products and technology innovations to be unveiled at Wire & Cable India 2006

MUMBAI: With Prime Minister Manmohan Singh having assigned priority status to infrastructure, a strong impetus has been provided to construction, power and telecom sectors. This, in turn, is giving a major boost to the wire and cable industries, and the related input technologies, equipment and products.

All these key aspects of this high growth potential segment will be presented this week at Wire & Cable India 2006, which will be held from November 16 to 18, 2006 at MMRDA Grounds, Bandra Kurla Complex.
Organized by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), this flagship event will feature over 120 exhibitors from 20 countries, showcasing the latest products and world-class technology innovations. Around 4000 trade visitors from India and its neighboring countries are expected to attend the three-day event.

With 50% of the exhibitor profile comprising International players from Germany , Italy, Spain, Japan and China and Korea , Wire & Cable India 2006 will provide a common industry platform for meeting key clients and partners from across the globe in a comprehensive, cost-effective format.

Wire & Cable India 2006 is exclusively for materials, machinery and accessories for the production of wires & cables, optical fibre cables, fasteners, springs, wire ropes and other wire products. A variety of finished products including wires will also be displayed.

The exhibitors will unveil the most modern wire manufacturing and finishing machinery, spring manufacturing machinery, cable and stranding machines, process technology tools, process technology materials, lubricants, measuring and controlling technology, process monitoring systems, quality assurance and measuring systems, drive and control technology, "finished product" testing system, all types of wires, cables, wire rods, bright, bars, sheet metal and specialty wires.

Visitors will primarily be engineers, technicians, buyers, production managers and sales managers from a diverse range of sectors including the wires, cables, automotive supply, electricals, aerospace supply, electrical engineering and electronics, telecommunications, computer manufacturing, chemicals and construction.

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