ArriveNEWS.com, organizer of the American Industrial Supply Show (AISS 2008), a virtual trade event for industrial suppliers and buyers announced today it will include an additional exposition as part of the show to promote specifically communications and networking equipment. According to the company, the on-line event, which is expected to be held in the fall of 2008, is designed to promote American-made industrial equipment, machinery and supplies to an international audience of engineers, construction professionals, mining companies, manufacturers and other buyers of industrial goods.
The different networking and communications equipment expected be showcased at AISS include long-range radios, broadcasting equipment, microwave and RF components, antennas, wireless components, bridges, gateways, electronic devices, circuit boards, switchboard, modulators, telephones, speakers, headsets, modulators, transformers, telephone cable and wire, satellite communications equipment, DSL, broadband, ISP and other Internet equipment as well as a wide range of other communications and networking equipment and systems.
Companies worldwide involved in the networking and communications industry as either a supplier or buyer of associated equipment or services can learn more about the expo and the American Industrial Supply Show on the site. According to Lori Johansen, spokeswomen for the event, no specific date for AISS has been set at this time. Ms. Johansen did inform the media that the organizer ArriveNEWS.com, does expect the show to take place sometime in October of 2008.
"Since AISS is a virtual trade show it allows exhibitors and visitors to participate on-line from the comfort of their own office at work or home without the usual traveling hassles and expenses of traditional trade shows," says Jim Dorsey, organizer of the event." He added, "We have already received a number of inquiries from manufacturers, distributors, exporters, importers and other industrial buyers and suppliers interested in AISS, and that tells us the event has wonderful potential to be an effective business networking forum."
Dorsey says the primary purpose of AISS is to market and help introduce U.S. and Canadian industrial goods to companies worldwide. "We welcome all international manufacturers, high-tech corporations, broadcast companies and other industries and professionals involved in designing, manufacturing, selling or utilizing communications and networking products to join us and explore business opportunities with others in the industry," says Dorsey.
An organizer of industrial-focused virtual trade shows, ArriveNEWS, is a Massachusetts-based company established in 2006 to promote primarily U.S. and Canadian industrial products by utilizing the interactive power of the Web. Founded by a group of entrepreneurs involved in a variety of engineering fields, ArriveNews.com intends to connect industrial buyers and suppliers worldwide in effort to share business ideas and technologies, network with one another and develop potential trading partnerships.