With 16 years of experience, Tube China has grown into one of the Asia's most influential tube and pipe industry event. Concurrently held with wire China, Tube China 2020 will take place from 23rd to 26th September at Shanghai International New Expo Centre. the newly launched “THERMPROCESS China Pavilion” and “Saw EXPO China Pavilion” are under active preparation, which will welcome companies specialized in heat treatment and sawing related process to gather in Hall E1. Click to download the “Tube China 2020 Brochure" .
Tube China has its debut in 2004 and has be recognized as the largest trade fair for its industry in Asia. Tube China 2020 will take place on 23-26 Sept. at Shanghai International New Expo Centre.Learn More
Tube China 2018, together with wire China, concluded with a surpassing expectations with 45,120 trade visitors, and an unprecedented 100,800sqm space to accommodate 1,654 exhibitors.Learn More
Raw Materials / Tubes / Accessories
Tube Manufacturing Machinery
Heat Treatment Processing and Machinery (NEW)
Rebuilt / Reconditioned Machinery
Sawing and Industrial Cutting Machinery (NEW)
Process Technology Tools / Auxiliaries
Measuring / Control Technology
Trading / Stockists of Tubes
Pipeline / OCTG Technology
Profiles / Machinery
Plastic Tube and Compound Pipe
Iron Steel and Non-Ferrous Metal Industry
Automotive Supply Industry
Oil and Gas Industry
Energy and Water Supply Industry
Research Institute / University
Be part of the Asia's most important trade fair for the tube & pipe industry · Show off who you are · Meet the decision makers · Take advantage of the global network of Tube worldwide shows.Learn More
Experience the latest technologies and state-of-the-art machinery · Meet market leaders, newcomers and traditional companies · Make valuable contacts and find new business partners.Learn More
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