|Interwire 2011 is alive with possibilities|
|Written by Administrator|
|Sunday, 19 December 2010 16:25|
Interwire 2011 is alive with possibilities
Relocated and familiar, Interwire returns to the city of its origin—Atlanta, Georgia, USA—May 3-5, 2011, for the most complete program offered in its 30-year history.
The exhibits feature technology and information from the more than 500 companies that are represented. Exhibit space in Hall A of the Georgia World Congress Center, now 97% accounted for, is rapidly approaching sold out status.
Theme days are new. Metals & Materials; Manufacturing Best Practices; and Green Initiatives are the backbeat themes that set the rhythm of activities each day from technical sessions and roundtable discussions to speakers and networking topics.
On the nonferrous front: A Global Continuous Casting Forum is a standalone program for copper practitioners, running May 2-5 in conjunction with Interwire.
Southwire will host a tour of its nearby facility as part of the preliminary program on Monday, May 2.
From the ferrous perspective: Support for Interwire extends to the American Wire Producers Association (AWPA) and its 2011 Symposium which will be held May 2-3, 2011, at the GWCC.
The opening reception on Tuesday, May 3, is a much-anticipated networking event which will reunite familiar colleagues and provide a valuable opportunity for visitors from 50 countries to meet and greet other guests and discuss the international wire and cable industry.
|Last Updated on Sunday, 19 December 2010 16:31|