Fushi Copperweld to host wire and cable conferences in China
July 24, 2008 -- The events will focus on existing and new applications of bimetallic wires in the telecommunications and utilities industries.
July 24, 2008 -- Fushi Copperweld, a global manufacturer of bimetallic wire used in a variety of telecommunication, utility, automotive and other electrical applications, announced that it will host two wire and cable conferences at its Dalian, China facility, to be held the week of July 21, 2008. Both events are organized by leading Chinese wire and cable associations and will focus on existing and new applications of bimetallic wires in the telecommunications and utilities industries.
The first event, held July 22-23 and sponsored by the Shanghai Electrical Cable Research Institute (SECRI) and the China's Electrotechnical Society's Electrical Cable and Wire Committee, will bring together major players within the cable industry to discuss current and potential applications of bimetallic products, CCA and CCS in the power cable and utility industries. Anticipated participants include representatives from SECRI, major cable manufacturers, and municipal power companies, including those serving Beijing, Guangdong and Liaoning.
The second event, held July 25 and organized by the 23rd Institute, will provide a forum for reports on the telecommunications and coaxial cable industries and discussions between industry professionals.
Mr. Li Fu, chairman and CEO of Fushi Copperweld comments, 'We are pleased to be actively involved in the organization and participation of these leading industry events. We look forward to discussing the global trends in the bimetallic industry and educating participants about our growing bimetallic products and applications.'
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