Reconnecting the wire and cable community

The premier meeting place for the world’s wire and cable supply chain is returning to a live, in-person gathering. CRU’s Wire & Cable 2022 Conference will be held on 25-27 July 2022, at the Sofitel London St. James Hotel. There will also be a virtual conference, which will live streamed virtually around the world enabling international delegates to take part in the discussions, and to access all the presentations on-demand. Find out what to expect from the virtual event here.

Do not miss this strategic annual gathering and the chance to meet face-to-face, share a meal, join a drinks reception, and see your industry peers in the real world once again.

The conference will explore both energy and communications network developments, across the full value chain for insulated wire and cable products produced from copper, aluminium, optical fibre, and associated materials.

Now is the time to explore if the wire and cable industry is prepared for the opportunities emerging from the global recovery and how the industry is focused on innovation and sustainability.  

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Participants at the conference will have the opportunity to debate the key trends affecting the industry including:

  • The strategies of leading producers preparing to find success in uncertain markets
  • How the outbreak of war in Ukraine, sanctions on the Russian economy and associated inflationary pressures on energy and raw material supply has impacted wire and cable market dynamics
  • The possible longer-term implications of geopolitical shifts away from a globalised economy
  • The outlook for the metallic wire and cable, and optical fibre and cable markets - read the CRU analysis Q&A
  • Opportunities in specific growth markets, including offshore wind, electromobility, datacentres and defence
  • Macro-economic trends, investors’ view, consumers’ perspectives, and policy advocates
  • The cause of various inflationary pressures in production costs and what can be done to manage volatility in the supply chain
  • ESG trends and how the industry can ensure it has a sustainable future
  • The latest designs and new processes disrupting the wire and cable industry


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