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The World's Largest International Coil Winding, Insulations & Electrical Manufacturing Show in Guangzhou, China

GUANGZHOU, China, March 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- 17 years of continuous growth has made CWIEME the largest Coil Winding, Insulation and Manufacturing trade show and conference in the world. With exhibitions in Berlin, Mumbai, Shenzhen, and Chicago, the events have focused and served the electro-magnetic, insulation materials and coil, electric motor and transformer manufacturing and repair industries.

CWIEME China 2012, the first launch of CWIEME in China, has gained great success as a brand new exhibition for the coils industry. It attracted 7,141 visitors from 30 countries who focused on transformers, coils, motor manufacturing, automobile electronics, magnetic and insulation materials, power and battery, NC machine tool, and more. With high satisfaction from exhibitors in 2012, CWIEME China 2013 will be held at the Guangzhou POLY World Trade Expo Centre on May 8-10, 2013.

Organized by VNU Exhibitions Asia, CWIEME CHINA 2013 will cover the whole coil winding industry, including coil winding machines, coils, magnet materials, insulation materials and electric manufacturing. So far, leading industrial enterprises are all contracted exhibitors at CWIEME CHINA 2013. Visitors, including major buyers, are also expected to join the show. They are eager to meet industry experts, discover interesting new products and find out about the latest manufacturing techniques that will improve their businesses. Additionally, seminars and conferences will be held during the event. It is definitely a grand gathering which should not be missed, both for coil winding enterprises and professionals. For more information, please click: and .

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