Previous Review - Wire&Cable Show in Vietnam 2017 is largest and most professionalwire cable industry event


Returning to Ho Chi Minh in 2017, wire Vietnam marks its 5th edition as the most authoritative trade event for the wire and cable industries in the region.

International Wire & Cable Show Vietnam 2016 was held in the International Exhibition Center Hanoi from December 7th to 9th by Vietnam Electrotechnical Industry Association (VELINA), Electric Wire and Cable Association - Ho-Chi-Minh City (HECA) and Vietnam CEG Group.

At the same time the Show received great support from Italy Manufacturing Industry Association, Greater China Wire and Cable Association, Taiwan Electric Wire & Cable Industries, and was a great success.

Wire & Cable Show Vietnam is the most professional and largest wire and cable industry event in Vietnam. The Show combined showcases and conference study, which created a better way for exhibitors and buyers in exchanging, understanding and cooperating.

The event covered a exhibit space of 10,000 square meters. and . There were more than 150 exhibitors from over 20 countries and regions, such as Germany, Italy, Austria, France, the Middle East, India, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, China, Taiwan, Korea and Japan.

The well-known enterprises on display were: LS VINA, CADIVI, CADICUN, EVG, HENRICH, GMP, ITALICAB, TRANPHU, NUMALLIANCE, DEM, TRIEU LONG, GOLDCUP, ZHONGLI SCI-TECH GROUP, WANSHENG YUNHE, NINGBO HOLDEN, ITO-SIN(DEYANG), CHONGQING PIGEON, and YING TONG etc. 


 

Automotive

Construction

Electrical & Electronics

Cambodia

The automotive industry is set for exponential growth with its low-cost labour and the implementation of the AEC which will provide for the free flow of goods within the region

The building sector received close to $2 billion in investment from Jan - Jun 2013, a more than 100% increase from the same period a year ago

The building sector received close to $2 billion in investment from Jan - Jun 2013, a more than 100% increase from the same period a year ago

Malaysia

3rd largest automotive industry in Philippines 

In 2012, US$17.6 billion was spent on construction and spending is forecast to grow by 4.5% per annum over the next five years, with major projects being Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit System, Light Rail Transit extensions and Petronas RAPID complex

The Electrical & Electronics industry contributes 24.5% to the manufacturing sector of the GDP, in 2012, exports was valued at RM231.23 billion

Thailand

Largest automotive industry in Philippines; US$5b worth of parts exports, more than the rest of ASEAN members combined

Construction spending was US$30.3 billion in 2012 and is forecast to grow by 3.4% per annum over the next five years

The largest electrical appliance manufacturing base in ASEAN, Thailand's E&E sector is an almost US$60 billion 
industry.

Indonesia

The automobile industry is set to achieve 7.5% growth in 2013 (1.2 million units), with a projected annual production of 1.2 million cars and 8.1 million motorcycles by 2015 

US$174 billion has been earmarked for infrastructure development over the next 12 years (40% will go to building power and energy projects)

 

Other ASEAN countries  

Myanmar: Private residential and commercial property sectors have seen annual growth of more than 11% over the last four years

Philippines: Value of new construction projects is seen to rise 46% in 2014 compared to 2013

Singapore: The government unveiled plans to invest S$60 billion over the next 10 years in rail network improvement projects, doubling the network to 280km

Vietnam: Estimated value of infrastructure projects with construction commencing during 2010-2015 is at US$85 billion with a real growth rate of 5.3% y-o-y in the first nine months of 2013

 


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Five Reasons Why Wire&Cable Vietnam 2016

Vietnam's economic stability and rapid growth in 2013: Vietnam has become one of fastest economic growing countries in Asia; it is also one of the developing countries with steadiest economic growth in the world. Lots of infrastructure projects are to be launched in Vietnam such as housing,highways and power stations; a heat of private housing construction has also becoming popular.

The infrastructure in Vietnam is not quite completed, especially for wire systems and cables. If you walking on the streets in Vietnam, you will found bunch of wires and lagging cable systems are hung everywhere.

Vietnam is becoming more concerned by the international for its tourism. Infrastructures facilities improvement and readjusting are urgent needed for its modernization.

The cables and wire products from China have gained their superiorities not only in considerable price and quality, but also the geographical advantage. Vietnam currently has no unified market for wires and cables industry.