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FA 08/ Tube 2014: High tech product a guaranteed success


Neither fresh water nor sewer pipes can today be imagined without pipes made from plastic. Plastic pipes are also on the rise in industrial applications. From 7 to 11 April 2014, the sector will present itself at Tube taking place on the grounds of the Messe Duesseldorf.
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December 2013:


As the leading exhibitions in their industries, the international trade fairs for wire, cable and tubes open their doors every other year in Düsseldorf. With a growing number of exhibitors, expanding square-metre figures and international trade fair guests from more than 150 countries, both events are among the most international in Messe Düsseldorf's portfolio.
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Interview by end of November 2013


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FA 03/ Tube 2014


Plastic pipes in industry.
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Russia steps on the gas, competitors look old.


Time and again, the media sets its sites on pipelines. Nord Stream, which now is in operation, provided a score of headlines. Construction of South Stream has also started, a triumph for Russia. The USA is experiencing a gas boom, yet exports are trailing behind – at least for the moment. Whatever the case, valve makers always are in the winning team.
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Tube 2014: Saving Weight: Tipping the Scales.


The Pipe Market - Trends and Outlook The market for steel tubes has been recuperating following the 2008 recession, yet it still has to reach the pre-crisis levels.
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PM 02/ wire 2014 and Tube 2014 already well booked.


Around one year before the international No. 1 trade fairs wire and Tube get under way one thing is certain: both industrial fairs are already well booked, the official deadline for registrations for 2014 closes at the end of April.
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FA 05


Plastic tubing: market share in wastewater sector increases.
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PM 01


Tube 2014: Exclusive Special Show PTF Plastic Tube Forum in Hall 7.1.
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FA 04/ Growth stimuli are mainly received from the energy sector.


International steel tube industry still heading for expansion.
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