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Innovative Technologies at Dusseldorf Make Wire 2024 Historic

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A record 1,500 exhibitors from 60 countries participated at the 38th Wire Dusseldorf, which was held from April 15 to 19 in an area of 67,400 square metres.

Trade exhibitors from across the world descended on the picturesque town of Dusseldorf to attend one of the biggest and the most happening events that ever took place in the history of the wire and cable industry – Wire 2024!
The five-day event, which was held from April 15 to 19 in an area of 67,400 square metres, scripted history by registering a record participation of 1,500 exhibitors from 60 countries who increasingly looked to energy efficiency and sustainability!

As the event turned 38 this year, the stakeholders of the industry marked the occasion by attending a variety of lectures, presentations, special shows and digital guided tours, which were organised for the first time in the exhibition halls. Special areas and digital trails on such hot topics as ecoMetals, hydrogen, plastic pipes, separating, cutting, sawing and stainless steel provided information on the latest news and trends related to the vibrant industry.

Trade visitors hailing from different parts of the world- from 135 countries, came over to attend one of the biggest extravaganzas in the industry. The participants came all the way from places as diverse as Italy, Spain, Belgium, France, Austria, the Netherlands, Turkey, Switzerland, Great Britain, Sweden, Poland, the Czech Republic, the USA, Canada, South Korea, Taiwan, India and Japan.

The event witnessed a considerable presence of visitors from Central and North America, Turkey and Asia. They awarded top marks for the comprehensive line-up and innovative nature of the trade fair stands and praised the presence of almost all market leaders. The niche gathering, which comprised both the participants and visitors, called the trade fair a great opportunity for networking, exploring innovations at the stands and meeting new suppliers.

Experts from the industry presented their companies’ sustainability strategies, and discussed the way forward to green transformation and sustainability with the distinguished gathering. They also presented their success stories on the way to decarbonisation.

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The desire for personal exchange in these economically and geopolitically difficult times was clearly noticeable in the industry.

“The world seems to turn faster and we turn with it. Every two years our industries get together here in Düsseldorf – the community stands by its location on the Rhine. We are very grateful for this and are working consistently to ensure that wire and Tube will also remain their industries’ No. 1 trade fairs in future,” said Daniel Ryfisch, Director wire, Tube & Flow Technologies.

The exhibition halls brimmed with innovations in fields as diverse as wire & Tube Convention, ITA-Forum, BDS Forum, SawExpo Forum, Special Area Plastic Tubes & Pipes, and digital ecoMetals.

Exhibition halls 9 to 17 became lively as the exhibitors displayed the latest trends in wire and cable machines, glass fibre technologies, mesh welding machinery, spring making & connection, and fastener technologies.

The businessmen expressed keen interest in wire and wire products, machinery and equipment for the production and processing of rods, wire and strip as well as test engineering, sensor technology and quality assurance for the wire and cable industry.

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“Wire & Tube is the place where the future of the wire and tube industries is actively shaped and we introduce the innovations of the last two years to our customers. Our new developments this year received extremely positive feedback, which was also reflected by the high number of visitors at our exhibition stand,” said Dr.-Ing. Uwe-Peter Weigmann, board spokesman at WAFIOS AG.

“New machine concepts such as the modular transfer bending machine BQ10, the theme of “assisted machinery” went down especially well in the context of skilled labour shortages. This machinery assists new staff in setting up, performing individual process steps independently. With four levels WAFIOS has laid the foundation to incorporate machines with their assistive functions long term,” he added.

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