Leading global trade fairs Wire and Tube 2022

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After a 4-year Covid-induced break the world’s No.1 trade fairs Wire, International Trade Fair Wire and Cable, and Tube, International Tube and Pipe Trade Fair, will again be held jointly at Düsseldorf Fairgrounds from 20 to 24 June 2022.

For over 35 years the key players of the Wire, cable, tube and pipe industries have come together in Düsseldorf to showcase the latest machinery, plants, products and services, meet international customers and conclude business deals.

Wire: Leading trade fair for the wire industry

At this stage 1,000 companies from 47 countries have already registered for Wire 2022. They occupy 53,210 square metres of net exhibition space. The leading international trade fair of the cable sector presents cable manufacturing and finishing machines, process technology tools and auxiliary process technology materials as well as materials, special wires and cables. Furthermore, innovations from the areas of measuring and control technology as well as test engineering and specialist areas will be on show. For the first time now, finished products from the traditional segments of fastener and spring making technology will also be exhibited. This means such finished products as technical springs, screws, cable strands, eyelets etc. will also make their way into the ranges of Wire 2022.

The Wire will occupy exhibition halls 9 to 14 with the segments of wire, cable, wire products and manufacturing technology, fastener technology and spring making technology plus finished products with Hall 13 dedicated exclusively to fastener and spring making technologies and their finished products. Following on from this hall will be the large and energy-intensive mesh-welding machines plus associated technologies in Hall 15.

Once again, 2022 will also see the traditionally strong attendance of exhibitors from Italy, Turkey, Spain, Belgium, France, Austria, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Great Britain, Sweden, Poland and Germany. As regards overseas exhibitors, registrations from the USA, Canada, South Korea, Taiwan, India, Japan and China have been received.

International tube and pipe trade fair Tube

On over 40,000 square metres of net exhibition space the international tube and pipe trade fair Tube presents the complete bandwidth from tube manufacturing and finishing to pipe and tube processing and tube trading. Exhibits range from raw materials, pipes and tubes and accessories, tube manufacturing machinery and second-hand machinery to process technology tools, auxiliaries and measuring and control technology as well as test engineering. Pipelines and the area of OCTG technology as well as profiles and machinery complement the ranges. So far 735 exhibitors from 44 countries have registered.

At Tube the strongest exhibiting countries will also be Italy, Turkey, Great Britain, the Netherlands, France, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Spain, the Czech Republic, and Germany. As regards overseas, most exhibitors come from the USA, India, South Korea, Taiwan and China.

The No. 1 trade fair for the pipe and tube industry will occupy the new Hall 1 for the first time as well as the adjacent Halls 3 and 4 with the segments tube manufacturing, accessories and tube trading. Following on from these halls will be bending and forming in Halls 5 and 6, and pipe and tube processing in Halls 6 and 7a. Hall 7a will be occupied by big plant and machinery.

Premiere for the eco Metal trails for the trade fair duration

Sustainable, eco-friendly, energy-efficient and innovative: this is how most manufacturing companies want to “shine” in public. However, the path towards this is often long, especially in the resource-intensive technology companies of the wire, cable, tube and pipe industries. It often takes companies years to incorporate the demands made on climate-efficiency, sustainability and resource savings into their own production operations.

All the more Messe Düsseldorf will now look to its eco Metals Campaign at the leading global trade fairs Wire and Tube: from 20 to 24 June there will be daily guided tours offered for free to visitors. These so-called eco Metals-trails will guide them to the stands of sustainably manufacturing exhibitors.

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