M-EXPO Wire Processing Technology 2019 Exhibit Space Sold Out; Wait List Open


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Exhibitor booth space at the third annual M-EXPO Wire Processing Technology 2019 in Ciudad Juárez, México, is sold out and wait-list applications are being accepted.

M-EXPO 2019 has more than doubled its event space from 2018 and has exceeded expectations by selling out the exhibit space a month before the event. This year’s event is being held on October 9-11, 2019 at the Cuatro Siglos Convention Center, co-locating with the ninth annual EXPO-MRO.

Featuring  nearly 50 exhibitors showcasing the latest equipment, tools, materials and technologies within the wire and cable industry, exhibitors include Komax, Schleuniger, Cirris, HellermannTyton, HST, Identco, Immsa, Lakes Precision, Lone Star, Schaefer Megomat, IPC/WHMA, Wiring Harness News, BiTech, Cami, Curti, Schunck, Ricardo & Barbosa, and many more. Check the M-EXPO website for the full exhibitor list.

In addition to the sold-out exhibit space, the show sponsored by IPC/WHMA, includes an exciting lineup of conferences and training sessions:

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

12:00 pm - What is IPC/WHMA? What Can IPC/WHMA Do for You?
Presented by IPC/WHMA

3:30 pm - Managing the Risks of your Supply Chain
Presented by APICS

5:00 pm - Crimping Beyond the Basics
Presented by Crimping & Stamping Technologies
Thursday, October 10, 2019

12:00 pm - IPC/WHMA-A-620 Emerging Needs for Criteria – Repair/Rework, Design for Manufacturing (DFM) Issues, High Voltage Electric Mobility
Presented by IPC/WHMA

3:30 pm - Arcadia Wire Harness Software
Presented by Cadonix
Friday, October 11, 2019

3:30 pm - Ultrasonic Welding
Presented by Schunk Sonosystems

Presentations are open to everyone at no additional cost. Since seating is limited, advance registration is advised. For more information on M-EXPO or to register, visit www.mexpowire.com.

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