New start in September: Tube China opens doors in Shanghai Saw EXPO and THERMPROCESS pavilions complement trade fair offerings New start in September: Tube China opens doors in Shanghai Saw EXPO and THERMPROCESS pavilions complement trade fair offerings Against the background of a rapidly emerging global recovery of the world economy, Tube China, Asia's No. 1 regional trade fair for the tube industry, will be held at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) from 23 to 26 September 2020. Since April, almost 100 percent of Chinese industrial companies have resumed production, with trade fairs playing an important role as promoters of national economic growth. So far, 340 international companies have registered for Tube China. In compliance with all applicable hygiene and safety standards, there will be two theme pavilions parallel to the tube trade fair. The Saw EXPO China pavilion is a special exhibition for the sawing and industrial cutting sectors and thus represents an ideal extension of the tube processing sector. The THERMPROCESS China special pavilion complements the Tube China as a trade fair for thermal process technology. A digital trade fair offer supplements the range of products and services before, during and after the analogue events in the exhibition halls. Thus, companies that cannot travel to China due to the corona pandemic in their countries should also have the opportunity to actively participate in the trade fair and to get in touch with suppliers and vendors. So far, the following exhibitors, among others, have registered for the three trade fair themes: Transfer, Heinz Berger, WECOTECH, SOMO, EMAG, Horn, Wieland, Keller, WS Wärmeprozesstechnik, Dungs, ECM, Handuk, Suzhou Kinkaltech, Jinan Jinqiang, Hebei Changfeng, Jinyi Machinery, New Victor Industrial, Shenyang Contor, Boai Pipeline. A detailed list of exhibitors can be found in the Internet portal at www.tubechina.net. Within the framework of the Tube China there will again be a German participation of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy. Until 1 July, German exhibitors have the opportunity to register directly with Katja Burbulla at BurbullaK@messe-duesseldorf.de Country participations are also planned again. Registrations have already been received for national pavilions from Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Japan, Taiwan and South Korea. Tube China is organised and carried out by Messe Düsseldorf GmbH, Messe Düsseldorf China (Shanghai) and the regional partner MCCCPIT - Metallurgical Council of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade. The Internet portals provide further information at: www.tubechina.net. Contact persons for Tube China and the two pavilions in Shanghai are Mary Cao and Faye Wang at: email@example.com. Contact persons in Düsseldorf are Sarah Liehsem and Sarah Möller at liehsemS@messe-duesseldorf.de and moellerS@messeduesseldorf.de. Anyone interested in the federal affiliation can contact Katja Burbulla directly at BurbullaK@messe-duesseldorf.de.