Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo
Wisconsin Center – Milwaukee, WI USA
May 10-12, 2022
The Largest Industry Exclusive Trade Show for the Electrical, Wire Harness & Cable Processing Industries
The Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo (EWPTE) will be held in person at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee, Wis. on May 10-12. EWPTE is being produced by the Wiring Harness Manufacturer’s Association (WHMA), IPC, and the Wisconsin Center District.
WHMA is your industry advocate. It is the only trade association exclusively representing the cable and wire harness manufacturing industry. WHMA is leading the development of a new trade show experience by the needs of the electrical, wire harness and cable processing manufacturers and suppliers.
EWPTE is the industry’s most exclusive trade show which attracts nearly 200 exhibitors and over 3,000 attendees from over 40 states and 25 countries for the electrical wire harness, wire, and cable processing industries. This exhibition connects buyers with local, national, and international manufacturers and distributors.
Jacklyn Perry, Harness Engineer, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory will present “Harnessing Europa” on May 11 at 8:00 a.m. Ms. Perry will be EWPTE’s first keynote speaker in its history. This presentation will give our audience a sneak peek behind the Europa Clipper Mission and the Propulsion Module wiring harness that will connect some of Europa Clipper’s scientific instrumentation and spacecraft subsystems.
EWPTE is not just an exhibition, it features a full slate of educational opportunities which include topics such as Troubleshooting Techniques, Improving Reliability, Misconceptions in Testing, Harness Automation, Design to Test and Design to Manufacturing that will enhance your career and increase your knowledge of the cable and wire harness industry.
Additionally, EWPTE will feature an overview of The Wire Harness Assembly for Operators (WHO) training course which will give each participant the ability to identify and use the key tools, materials, and processes that wire harness operators need to reliably and repeatably assemble quality harnesses.
That’s not all – EWPTE includes peer-to-peer networking opportunities during refreshment breaks, breakfast events with exhibitors, and an exciting keynote. There’s no better place to mingle, collaborate, share, and learn from each other than a networking event that offers food, drink and so much more!
If you are a decision-makers who design, specify, purchase, install, sell, maintain, or manufacture electronic cable assemblies, cord sets, wiring harnesses and other related products, you need to attend this event. Register now at www.electricalwireshow.com.