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IndiaWood 2020 stimulates Indian woodworking industry

Published on : Thursday, February 27, 2020

The 11th edition of IndiaWood 2020 opens its gate today and creates a fertile environment for investment in the sub-continent. Organised by NürnbergMesse, it is an ideal platform for sharing knowledge and display woodworking technology to the target audience. This year companies have brought forward their latest innovations in manufacturing machinery, panels, hardware, raw materials, components and accessories, and are exhibited at the show ground in Bangalore International Exhibition Centre, India.



IndiaWood 2020 presents scope of exploring the best of business opportunities in the woodworking industry. This edition breaks its own records as it is spread over 70,000 square meters of space, and hosting over 75000 visitors, present over 850 exhibitors and create different pavilions for 13 countries to showcase the modern cutting-edge technologies, machinery, tools, fittings, accessories, raw materials and products for furniture production and wood-based manufacturing. For the first time, IndiaWood 2020 will present NürnbergMesse’s latest acquisition, India Mattress Tech Expo, a unique curation, that would most aptly complement IndiaWood with new pavilions featuring mattress and upholstery production technology, machinery & supplies.



This edition of the show establishes India as one of the top manufacturing destinations in the South East Asian region. The exhibition is the biggest ever woodworking industry show in India. The five day show will focus on skilling, automation, carpentry, innovation and digitalisation. With a vision to drive Indian furniture manufacturing and woodworking industry and ensure India as a top manufacturing destination.



“We are delighted to present the 11th edition of IndiaWood, which has witnessed remarkable growth. The 2020 edition is expected to bring more exhibitors, visitors and newer technology and innovations to the forefront and will continue to remain the most important meeting place for the woodworking industry in the Indian subcontinent,” said Peter Ottman, CEO, NürnbergMesse GmbH.



Supported by top international companies like Biesse, Acimall, Felder, Grass, Hafele, Hettich, Homag & many more from various product categories, and bring the best of the wood working industry. From the Furniture and kitchen manufacturers, saw millers, board manufacturers, fittings and component manufacturers, traders, architects, builders and interior designers the show attracts visitors from all across the country and neighbouring countries such as Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Nepal and the Middle East.




The 5-day mega event will have ample opportunities and platforms for cross networking and business prospects from across India, its neighboring countries (Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh & Bhutan), the Middle-East, African and South-East Asian countries.


Participants also anticipate a hike in the number of international buyers at this edition, as the thrust for growth in the export sector catalyses the progress of developing countries like India. A substantial pool of export potential in several states of the country, including the north eastern states, is still largely untapped. This momentum, created at the state and industry level, will provide a boost to investments, income and employment across the sector. There would be something for everyone at the event – furniture manufacturers, kitchen contractors, saw millers, board manufacturers, fittings and component producers, traders, architects, builders and interior designers can expect a very wide range of the latest in technologies, resource pool and materials.


“IndiaWood is the all-encompassing forum for business, networking and insights on market and technology across the woodworking fraternity. From up skilling the carpenters to discovering innovative solutions to forging strategic brand alliances, IndiaWood 2020 is the place to be.”, shared Sonia Prashar, Chairperson & Managing Director, NürnbergMesse.





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