Wire 2020 and Tube 2020

With immediate effect interested companies can register as exhibitors for the leading global trade fairs wire 2020 and Tube 2020.

After all, 30 March to 3 April 2020 will again see Düsseldorf Exhibition Centre turn into the global information and communication hotspot for the key players in the wire, cable and
tube industries. In 2020 the “trade fair heavyweights” for these industries will again bring together some 2,600 exhibitors on total net space of 115,000 square metres in 15 exhibition halls.
The special benefit: for the first time the new multi-purpose Hall 1, which holds up to 10,000 people with its 12,027 square metres, will offer Tube exhibitors new presentation options. More room also means potential for more growth: exhibitors can now book even bigger, versatile and digitally equipped exhibition stands to present themselves and their product portfolio optimally. Furthermore: finished products will be featured for the first time in the ranges of wire 2020. Fasteners and springs will be on display in Halls 16 and 17.

Ranges of wire 2020

In 2020 wire will be presented in Halls 9 to 12 and 14 to 17. On show will be machinery and equipment for wire manufacturing and wire processing, process engineering tools and auxiliaries,
materials, fibre optic technologies, special wires and cable as well as innovations from the area of measuring, control and automation
technology. In addition to wire and cable machinery manufacturers, wire and cable products, and dealers in Halls 9 to 12 and 14 to 17, mesh welding machines will be exhibited in Hall 15. They face logistics with demanding challenges since this heavy machinery requires especially thick cables in the supply ducts to be installed and connected to supply the power needed for operation.
In Hall 13 Chinese exhibitors will again be showcasing their wire and cable solutions under the heading meet China´s expertise. A premiere in Halls 16 and 17: for the first time the complete value
chain for fasteners and springs will be presented here. Alongside raw materials, machinery and equipment the finished products – fasteners, connectors and industrial springs – will be on show. This means that wire Düsseldorf will be the new information and order platform for manufacturers, distributors and buyers of screws, fasteners, construction and fitting components, all types of springs and bent wire parts from 2020.

 

Ranges at Tube 2020

The entire process chain of the tube industry will be presented at Tube 2020 – in a focused and consistent manner in Halls 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.0 and 7a.
The extensive ranges include machinery and equipment for tube manufacturing, tube treatment and processing as well as raw materials, tubes and accessories, second-hand machinery, process engineering tools, auxiliaries plus measuring, control, automation and inspection technology. These ranges are complemented by tube and pipeline trading, OCTG- technology as well as profiles,
machines and plastic tubes. Tube manufacturers and distributors are located in Halls 1, 3 and 4 and therefore have ample space to exhibit their machines, equipment and products extensively. Following on from these halls are the tube processors in Halls 5, 6 and 7a. In Hall 7.0 pooled tube competence from China can be found with the slogan meet
China´s expertise.
The trade fair duo wire and Tube expects in excess of 70,000 visitors from some 130 countries in 2020. For current information on the two trade fairs visit their web portals at: www.wiretradefair.com and www.tube-tradefair.com

International Satellites on Dynamic Markets of the Future

In the space of over 30 years, wire and Tube Düsseldorf have developed into the leading trade fairs in their industries – and there are now also eleven international satellites revolving around the themes of wire, cable and tubes. In their regions, they are market leaders, the driving forces for local industries enjoying high growth potential. Satellites in Russia, Brazil, China, Thailand, India, and the USA form part of the portfolio of the Metals & Flow Technologies trade fairs made by Messe Düsseldorf.

About author
Redattore presso Tecniche Nuove S.p.a da gennaio 2002. Attualmente è Coordinatore Editoriale nella Divisione Meccanica del Gruppo per le seguenti testate: Lamiera, Subfornitura News, Trattamenti e finiture, Tecnologie del filo, Fonderia, Metalworking World Magazine, Wiretech World, BiciTech, Click The Gear, Veicolielettricinews, Meccanicanews.
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