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  • WMF Shanghai gears up for 2019 edition

    Published on : Monday, September 9, 2019

    “One-stop sourcing platform for Furniture and Woodworking Machinery” WMF 2019 is bigger than ever. WMF and CIFF (Shanghai) now jointly brings smart and sustainable woodworking future at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai). The prime annual woodworking event of …

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  • Shanghai to host first edition of IFMWM this September

    Published on : Thursday, August 9, 2018

    From next September 10 to 13, Shanghai will be hosting the 1st edition of the Shanghai International Furniture Machinery & Woodworking Machinery Fair, a new event born of the collaboration between CIFF and WMF-International Woodworking Machinery Fair.   The exhibition …

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  • WMF 2018 to start with a new format

    Published on : Friday, February 23, 2018

    Starting from 2018, the International Exhibition on Woodworking Manufacturing Equipment (also known as “WMF”) will be co-organized concurrently with CIFF (Shanghai) on September 10 to 13, 2018 at the National Exhibition and Convention Center, Shanghai Hongqiao, China. The new strategic …

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  • Salice introduces its new branches in South-east Asia

    Published on : Wednesday, November 18, 2015

    Salice, worldwide leader in furniture component renowned for its high quality products manufactured entirely Italy, has extended its coverage to encompass Southeast Asia by establishing the new branches of Salice Asia and Salice China.   Salice Asia is based in …

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  • Bene Parts Away with Ollo Group

    Published on : Tuesday, December 17, 2013

    The reputed Austrian office furniture manufacturer Bene , has terminated the joint venture Bene Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd set up with the Ollo Group in 2012. According to the management of Bene, the contract was terminated because start-up losses transpired …

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  • Chinese Producers Dumping Hardwood & Plywood

    Published on : Tuesday, September 24, 2013

    The United States Department of Commerce (DOC) has made announcements regarding its decision pertaining to the dumping hardwood and decorative plywood, by the Chinese companies, at a margin of 55.76 to 121.65 percent and has received countervailable subsidies ranging from …

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