TPT May 2022

The May Issue Welcome to the latest issue of Tube & Pipe Technology magazine. After a four-year break we finally welcome back Tube Düsseldorf on

May/June 2022 Vol 35 No 3

20 June 2022. So here are a few facts and figures to bring home the sheer scale of the event, especially for many readers who may have joined the industry in the past few years and will not have experienced Tube. More than 40,000m 2 of net exhibition space will be needed to host Tube. At the last count more than 735 exhibitors from 44 countries had registered. At Tube 2022 the major exhibiting countries are those attending from Italy, Turkey, the UK, the Netherlands, France, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Spain, the Czech Republic and, of course, Germany. In terms of countries outside of Europe most exhibitors arrive from the traditional tube machinery producing and buying powerhouses of the US, India, South Korea, Taiwan and China. The Tube trade fair will occupy the spectacular new Hall 1 for the first time as well as the adjacent Halls 3 and 4. Following on from these halls will be bending and forming in Halls 5 and 6 and pipe and tube processing in Halls 6 and 7a. Hall 7a will also be occupied by big plant and machinery. In addition, on the wire side, there are more than 1,000 companies from 47 countries registered for 2022. They will occupy an incredible 53,210m 2 of net exhibition space. The team from Tube & Pipe Technology magazine is looking forward to greeting you all once again in Germany. In the meantime, enjoy the magazine. Rory McBride – Editor in chief



The international magazine for the tube & pipe industries

On the cover . . . For the past 30 years, companies in the tube and profile manufacturing industry have been relying on customised and individual solutions from ASMAG GmbH, which is based in Scharnstein, Austria.

MAY 2022

VOL 35 NO 3


Whether you need equipment for extrusion, pointing, drawing, straightening, cutting and chamfering, finishing, stacking and bundling or material handling – engineers for special purpose machinery and plant equipment will question, scrutinise, investigate, research, develop and design for as long it takes to ensure the smallest detail fits and the best solutions have been found for the customer. A new system should not just provide customers with a flexible, faster and more economical production solution. It should also bring with it specific competitive advantages. Our customers know that this is not just a promise, but actual corporate policy. The organisation and structure of ASMAG is customer oriented and adapted to customer needs. A project manager will assist each customer and is responsible for all processes from the beginning of a project to start-up at the customer's site. A qualified engineering team and an experienced production team assure that exactly the equipment desired is delivered to the customer. It is the goal of ASMAG to achieve that. 20-24 June Düsseldorf



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