They are indispensable because without wire, cable and tubes buildings cannot be errected, bridges cannot be built and airplanes cannot take off. And all of the digital transformation would not be possible without cables, wire and tubes either.
This is why the key players in these industries will meet at Düsseldorf Exhibition Centre from 7 to 11 December 2020 to present the latest machinery and equipment for wire and tube manufacturing, finishing and processing, finished products, products and services at the world’s most relevant sector events, wire and Tube. Approximately 2,000 exhibitors from around 50 countries are expected.
wire 2020 will be presented in halls 10 to 17, exhibitors of Tube 2020 will show their innovations in the halls 5, 6, 7.a and 7 as well as in 8a, 8b and 9.
Sustainable, environmentally friendly, energy-saving and innovative: this is how most manufacturing companies want to come across to the public. But the path to achieving this is a long and winding one, especially for the resource-intensive technology companies in the wire, cable and tube industries. All the more why Messe Düsseldorf is focusing on the ecoMetals Campaign: for the duration of the trade fair there will now, for the first time, be guided tours, so-called ecoMetals-trails. These will guide visitors to the stands of exhibitors with sustainable, resource-saving and low-emission production. wire 2020
The exhibitors at wire 2020 will present machinery and equipment for wire production, wire processing and finishing, process technology tools and auxiliaries, materials, glass fibre technologies, special wires and cables, measuring, control technology and inspection engineering, meshwelding machines, Fastener and Spring Technology.
For the first time finished products i.e. technical springs and fasteners will be presented, too. This means the entire value chain from machinery and equipment for wire and cable production and their processing and finishing all the way down to the finished products will be on show. Tube 2020
Tube 2020 shows the complete process chain of the tube industry – from machinery and equipment for tube production, tube finishing and processing through raw materials, tubes and accessories, second-hand machinery, process technology tools, auxiliaries to measuring and control technology and inspection engineering. Tube trade, tube bending and sawing, OCTG technology, pipelines, profiles, machines and Plastic Tubes complement the broad, comprehensive range. Two premieres as part of Tube Düsseldorf
Specially signposted under the heading Saw EXPO will be sawing and industrial cutting technologies as part of Tube. From 8 to 11 June 2021 Saw EXPO will then be held as a separate trade fair at the Friedrichshafen fairgrounds. Interested companies can register online at www.sawexpo.de.
This special-interest trade fair is all about sawing machines and alternative cutting technologies, trowel equipment, deburring tools, accessories, consumables as well as peripheral machinery and systems. Saw jobbers, second-hand machinery, associations, publishing houses, service providers, science and research will complement the ranges.
Premiere for WTT-Expo, special-interest fair for industrial heat exchangers and heat transfer technology held in Düsseldorf for the first time from 7 to 9 December 2020.
After all, energy-efficient systems for heat transfer are in high demand. Energy is increasingly becoming a cost factor for companies. As a result, manufacturing companies, in particular, will start investing more in energy efficiency again. According to the current Energy Efficiency Index (EEI) nearly three quarters of all companies spend more than ten percent of their total investment on this. International Satellites on Dynamic Markets of the Future
Over a period of 30 years wire and Tube Düsseldorf have developed into the leading trade fairs of their industries – and on an international scale there are also eleven satellites featuring the themes of wire, cable and tubes. Market leaders in their respective regions, they provide impulses for the local industries and boast a high growth potential. Satellites in Russia, Brazil, China, Thailand, India and the USA therefore now form part of the portfolio of the Metal and Flow Technologies Trade Fairs made by Messe Düsseldorf.
For current information go to www.wire.de