The Wire & Cable 2020 Virtual Conference is OPEN - Join industry leaders NOW
Registered delegates have already begun networking with each other using the platforms online networking features that include live chat, video calling and book a meeting functionality.
Live content starts Tuesday 21 July with a pre-conference Panel Discussion where CRU's leading base metals market experts provide presentations followed by a live Q&A to seed the debate.
The world is facing an unprecedented challenge. As an industry, it is imperative we respond to today’s unique challenges and understand the role the wire and cable industry will play in the global recovery.
In order to guarantee safe participation from around the world and across the supply chain we are excited to announce the first CRU Wire & Cable 2020 Virtual Conference: The role of the wire and cable industry in the road to recovery.
The event will give leaders of the wire and cable sector the chance to address peers on the role that this industry will play in bringing the world back from this crisis. Topics under discussion will include:
What does the crisis and expected recovery mean for wire and cable industries?
What market segments will be the winners and losers in the new normal?
How might government stimulus models impact the industry?
C-level executive leadership panel discuss their views on the recovery
Product specific wire and cable market discussions with industry experts
Voices from around the world and across the supply chain
Showcases of recent innovation in wire and cable design and production
CRU’s Wire & Cable conference series has been established as the premier meeting place for the world’s cablemakers and the insulated wire and cable supply chain for the past 14 years. At the Wire & Cable 2020 Virtual Conference, you will once again be able to meet your peers, share market insights and build strategies for your business to be a part of the post-Covid recovery.
The conference also offers the ideal opportunity to meet with a wide range of CRU experts from across the wire, fibre, copper, aluminium and economics teams.
Streamed sessions offer more in-depth discussion on insulated, winding and other specialty wire and cable products produced from copper, aluminium and optical fibre, coatings and the other materials; as well as the inputs that impact the bottom line for wire and cable producers, consumers and their supply chain.
The two-day format offers a most cost-effective way to get up-to-speed with important market developments and meet with the right people in a short period of time.