Some 2,300 exhibitors on more than 118,000 square meters of net exhibition space will participate in wire and Tube 2024 at the fairgrounds in Düsseldorf, Germany (April 15 – 19, 2024). For the first time, the innovations displayed by the exhibitors will be complemented by an extensive ancillary program of events tailored to the market  - on all five trade fair days.

The Premiere of the wire & Tube BME Einkäufertag / Buyers’ Day on the Forum stage of Hall 1 A47 will be on Monday, April 15. Everything to do with supply chain laws, sourcing and logistics, transparently compiled and presented by the Federal Association of Materials Management, Purchasing and Logistics (Bundesverband Materialwirtschaft, Einkauf und Logistik).

On April 16, the wire & Tube Convention 2024 will follow with entirely different exhibitor insights on the topic of Green Steel and its implementation in their own manufacturing halls. The organizer is the  “Stahl-Kommunikation“ agency.

Starting on April 15, the SawExpo Forum will present news and trends from the multifaceted field of sawing and milling technologies in daily snapshots in Hall 6 G07. The event is organized by SawExpo GmbH.

Publishing house Vulkan Verlag will organize a varied line-up with different focal topics on the Forum stage of Hall 1 A47 and in the conference rooms 14/15. Whether topics such as the Destination Green Summit by ecoMetals, the H2 Summit by ecoMetals or the Green Jobs Forum – exciting content presented in an infotaining style and the mega theme Green Jobs are intended  to attract visitors.

In the Special Area Plastic Tubes & Pipes (Hall 1 C35), exhibitors will showcase the complete supply chain for plastic tubes and pipes and provide impressive demonstrations of possible processing and finishing methods for plastic tubes and pipes.

At the BDS Forum (Hall 1 A47), the Federal Association of the German Steel Trade (Bundesverband Deutscher Stahlhandel) will provide information on global trends in the steel trade. Experts will analyze the impact of current economic policy trends in the steel trade. Steel traders will also discuss sourcing and sales markets, economic framework conditions and the big topic digitalization and AI.

The ITA Forum (also on the Forum stage in Hall 1 A47) will address the global economic challenges for the industry in lectures and will project concrete impact scenarios for the tube and pipe industry.

The last two trade fair days will be dedicated to the so-called High Potentials – i.e. promising skilled workers and young talents. Whether trainees, students or potential career changers – they will all have the opportunity to learn about vocational training and career opportunities in the versatile field of cutting technologies in numerous talks and information slots in Hall 6 G07. The organizer is SawExpo GmbH.

Also new will be the daily digital ecoMetal and high potential Trails, allowing visitors to create  their own individual tour online or by QR code to meet exhibitors from the fields of ecoMetals (sustainable and resource/environmentally friendly production) and High Potentials (trainers/employers).

For a complete list of events including dates and times: https://www.wire-tradefair.com/wire_program and https://www.tube-tradefair.com/tube_program

For further information on visiting or exhibiting at wire and Tube 2024, contact Messe Düsseldorf North America; Telephone: (312) 781-5180; E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; Visit www.wire-tradefair.comwww.tube-tradefair.com and www.mdna.com. Follow us on https://www.linkedin.com/company/mdnachicago/

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