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Tube 2024 Update
Tube 2024 will occur between April 15th and April 19th, 2024. The event will be held at Messe Düsseldorf in person. The event will take place in conjunction with the Wire trade show. Due to the current epidemiological situation in the country, the venue will not feature strict Covid-19 safety measures. Attendees, as a result, will not be required to follow rigorous safety protocols such as presenting 3G entry documents upon arrival. Likewise, they will not be asked to show such documents upon arriving in the country, as Germany currently does not have travel restrictions in place.
A Brief Overview of Tube
Tube is the international trade fair that caters exclusively to the tube and tube processing industry, where exhibitors have a chance to meet with top buyers from around the world as well as showcase the latest technological and manufacturing innovations. All this happens in Dusseldorf, Germany and you have a chance to meet with the industrial manufacturing elite from all related sectors in Europe under one roof. How can you not reserve a booth?
GETA ltd is an established provider of hotel accommodation for exhibitions with years working in Dusseldorf. We know the city inside and out, and provide you with stellar hotel offers regardless of your budget. There are great expectations of the upcoming tube 2022 in Germany, so be sure to have your hotel reservation before anyone else. Book a hotel close to Messe Dusseldorf and keep the daily commute to a few minutes. Explore all possibilities – hotels, hostels, and apartments. We take you through every step of the way. GETA ltd also offers a lot of additional services to make your business trip complete.
Why Your Visit Is Worth It?
We don’t exaggerate when we say that tube occupies a key strategic place with access to a lot of international markets. The application of tube products and manufacturing technologies is relevant for major heavy and light industries. The trade fair guarantees you have access to a varied audience, and this is confirmed by the visitor numbers. We’ve taken the statistics from the last edition held before the pandemic. If you’re unconvinced of the opportunities here, look:
- 1200+ international exhibitors from 50+ countries showcased;
- 31,000+international trade visitors made the trip;
- 52,000+ square metres of exhibition space was used;
As tube and wire are gearing up to come back after the pandemic, organisers have announced that over 700 exhibitors have confirmed their attendance. Those are very strong comeback numbers.
Part of a dynamic duo, tube and wire are open to professionals only and take centre stage at Messe Dusseldorf every two years. The very first edition was put together in 1988 to a small audience and since then the brand has gained quite the traction. Today, tube and wire are established and a brand recognised worldwide. The format has been so popular that it produced successful satellite events all over the world - Russia, India, Southeast Asia, China and Arabia.
Visitors come because they’re treated to the full processing chain in thematic areas. There are raw materials, pipes and fittings, machinery for pipe manufacturing, process technology tools and related tools, measuring, testing and control technology, profiles and associated equipment. If you’re interested in growing your business influence, then sign yourself up for the matchmaker service.
Currently, sustainable solutions for e-mobility, digitalisation and Industry 4.0. Start-ups make up the big topics in the world of wire, cable, tube and pipe industries. Tube reflects these changes in a dynamic setting and achieves synergy with wire as the two events have always been a package deal. Furthermore, the trade fairs run alongside METAV – a leader for metalworking technologies.
Who Are You Going to Meet?
Internationality is a key trait that defines Tube. Exhibitors come from all over the world with the biggest concentration being in Europe – Germany, Austria, Finland, Italy, France, Bulgaria, Spain and Switzerland. There’s also strong numbers coming from China, Hong Kong, India, South Korea, Taiwan and the United States of America. As far as who you are able to meet. Outside trade visitors directly involved in the Tube industry, you also meet decision makers from the automotive supply, chemical, energy, electrical, iron and construction industries.
These trade visitors are mainly in high managerial positions – top-level managers make up 54% of all visitors. Most have decisive purchasing power and are more than interested in placing direct orders. Visitors attend in order to survey new products and spot trends, get in touch with already existing suppliers, and identify new suppliers and potential business partners!
Additional Value of Attending
If you want to dig deeper into the current state of technological advancements and research done right now, be sure to sign up for the Expert Meeting. It’s a series of professional lectures from a number of experts, who give reports on their companies’ successes. Whatever new machines and solutions they have prepared, you’ll see in detailed presentations. The motto for the meeting this edition will be “The steel industry is forging ahead with the green transformation”.
The meeting is headed by established names in the industry – Salzgitter AG, thyssenkrupp Steel, thyssenkrupp Material Services Processing, ArcelorMittal, the Heine + Beisswenger Group, Klöckner + Co SE, the Swiss Steel Group, SMS Group GmbH, Wirtschaftsvereinigung Stahlrohre e.V., Benteler Steel/Tube GmbH, Voß Edelstahlhandel GmbH + Co. KG as well as the Federal Association of Energy Storage Systems and Stahlmarkt Consult.
20.06.2022 - 24.06.2022
07.12.2020 - 11.12.2020
Cancelled because of COVID 19
16.04.2018 - 20.04.2018
SQ M of Exhibition Area
How to get to Tube
from Dusseldorf Hbf is 1h 30 min walk or 30 min with a bicycle
1h 5 min with a walk or 25 min with a bike
from Dusseldorf Hauptbahnhof the ride will take you 30 min (~9 km)
from the airport there are only 15 to 20 min (~9km)
By Public Transport
From the Dusseldorf Central Station U-Bahn Nr U78 will get you there for 26 min
From Dusseldorf International Airport to Messeplatz you need to change transport with either of this 3 options:
- From Airpot Terminals A/B/C: 6 stops with Bus 760 to Freiligrathplatz and then U78 to MERKUR SPIEL-ARENA/Messe Nord and within 7 min walking distance you will reach the Messe*
- SB51 from Flughafen Terminal A/B/C to Theodor-Heuss-Brücke and then with U78 to MERKUR SPIEL-ARENA/Messe Nord and within walking distance you will reach the Messe*
- from Terminals A/B/C take bus 721 for 6 stops to 'Am Hain', transfer to bus 722 for another 4 stops to Messe Congress Center and within walking distance you will reach the Messe*
* every choice will take you from 30 to 40 min