Why Attend the Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo (EWPTE)?
Produced by WHMA/IPC, the ONLY trade association exclusively representing the cable and wire harness manufacturing industry including manufacturers, their suppliers and customers, EWPTE is where the industry comes together with more than 3,000 attendees and nearly 200 exhibitors to find solutions to challenging wire problems through training and education and for the opportunity to network with industry leaders and subject matter experts. Attendees at all career stages can expect to Come Wired and Leave Inspired through:
Education & Training
Professional Development Courses with content designed to deliver new information, skills, and techniques related to the cable and wire harness industry.
Technical Conference Sessions presented by engineers, researchers, academics, technical experts, and industry leaders who will share new technical data, significant results from experiments and case studies, emphasizing new techniques and discussing trends of interest with appropriate technical test results.
Networking Opportunities by connecting with industry leaders and subject matter experts.
Accessing New Technologies and finding new suppliers to find solutions to your challenging wire problems on the show floor from nearly 200 exhibitors.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone who designs, specifies, purchases, installs, sells, maintains or manufactures electronic cable assemblies, cord sets, wiring harnesses and other related products for the following industries:
- Automotive/Transportation (Automobiles, Rail, Buses. Trucks)
- Consumer Technology (Business Equipment and Appliances)
- Medical Instruments
- Off Highway (Constructions, Agriculture and Mining)
- Recreational (RV, Marine OPE & RTV)
Interested in presenting at EWPTE?
EWPTE will also feature IPC SummerCom!
IPC SummerCom is all about IPC Standards, welcoming your contribution to the industry standards and guidelines relied on by your company, customers, suppliers, and competitors. Newcomers and industry veterans are welcome. Participate and learn more about these critical industry documents.