Exhibition Overview: Tube&Wire - "Wired into Industry"

Beire Marketing
Jan 12, 2022

The global wire and cable industry trade fair in Duesseldorf touches almost every aspect of modern infrastructure.

Brief history, number of visitors and exhibitors, interesting statistics:

Wire 2022 Dusseldorf happens to be the most significant trade fair for the cable and wire industry globally. It exhibits products like alloys, tube raw materials, mineral raw materials, stainless steel, plastic and composites, non-ferrous metals, welding and soldering machines, etc. in the Wires and Cables industry.

The exhibition is broadening its portfolio to include end products, which presents an entire value creation chain in wires, springs, and fastening elements. With this in mind, it would be befitting to name it the "trade fair that touches all trade fairs," given that these components are found in almost every industry, all over the globe. This event offers suppliers and exhibitors of wires and cables a distinct communication platform, specialty products, brand-new technology, and dynamic machines related to cable and wire manufacturing. 

Held every two years, this years iteration will be held between May 9th and 13th, 2022, since the 2020 edition was canceled due to the COVID-19 situation. The last Tube and Wire in 2018 exhibition reported having attracted 38,000 trade visitors with a satisfaction rate of 97%.

Main exhibition themes:

Among the leading product categories for this trade fair at Dusseldorf (Germany) include the following:

  • Wire manufacturing and finishing machinery
  • Process technology tools
  • Auxiliary process technology materials
  • Materials, special wires, and cables
  • Measuring and control technology
  • Test engineering
  • Glass Fiber
  • Specialist areas

Global leaders and first moves in the cable and wire industry will present their innovations in products, machinery, and innovative production at this central hub for international business.   

Things to look forward to at the show in 2022:

There are exhibitors from 52 countries planning on attending, with the highest density from Germany (410), and Italy (321), but strong participation from overseas with India sending 118 exhibitors and 79 hailing from the USA. The biggest end-industry focus at the show will be:

 Construction industry

  • Automotive industry
  • Gas, oil, and chemical industry
  • Telecommunications

Nearly 2/3 of all trade visitors at the last trade fair reportedly found new business partners. For the first international of Tube&Wire in the post-COVID era, its likely this show will offer a chance to differentiate dedication to customers and suppliers.