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HOLZ-HANDWERK & FENSTERBAU FRONTALE 2024 ends on a spectacular note

 Tuesday, March 26, 2024

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HOLZ-HANDWERK & FENSTERBAU FRONTALE – the foremost woodworking shows of Nuremberg recently concluded and witnessed a great success. Over the four days, a total of around 75,000 visitors from 112 countries gathered at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg to meet 973 exhibitors from 44 countries. The show offered the chance to discuss the latest trends in window, door and facade construction as well as woodworking and wood processing. Most importantly, the comprehensive supporting programs accompanying both trade fairs provided numerous valuable insights on topics of current industry relevance.

Despite the construction industry’s tense situation, the HOLZ-HANDWERK and FENSTERBAU FRONTALE trade fair duo once again drew global attendance from carpentry, joinery, architecture, and window and façade construction sectors to Nuremberg. This popularity stems from the fairs’ deep dive into new products and technologies, facilitation of valuable industry contacts, and thorough engagement with current challenges such as sustainability, climate protection, serialised construction, refurbishment, and the skilled labor shortage.

The organisers are looking back with great satisfaction on four successful days at the trade fair, buoyed by a fantastic atmosphere, dynamic discussions throughout the exhibition halls, and overwhelmingly positive feedback from all quarters. Additionally, an independent survey of visitors underscored the high quality of trade attendees and the significant presence of decision-makers, further affirming the event’s success.

HOLZ-HANDWERK proves an outstanding edition

At HOLZ-HANDWERK, 329 exhibitors showcased the latest trends and innovations in the woodworking and wood processing industry, from sawing and sanding machines to woodworking machines and extraction systems. “We are very pleased that HOLZ-HANDWERK was so well attended despite the economic conditions in the construction industry and that we were once again able to showcase all the operational requirements of the carpentry industry and thus the entire value chain of woodworking and wood processing,” says Stefan Dittrich, Executive Director HOLZ-HANDWERK, NürnbergMesse.

“The success of the event makes it clear: Challenging times, in particular, make an industry platform such as HOLZ-HANDWERK all the more important.” Additional highlights included the Bavarian Association of Cabinet Makers (FSH) special show “DesignObjekt – ObjektDesign” and the HOLZ-HANDWERK CAMPUS, where various vocational training colleges and other advanced training establishments presented their facilities.

FENSTERBAU FRONTALE also impresses with many innovations and programme highlights

The latest profile systems, glass in architecture, fastening technology, security systems, machines, systems and much more all awaited discovery at the stands of the 644 exhibitors at FENSTERBAU FRONTALE 2024. “FENSTERBAU FRONTALE has once again clearly proven itself as the world’s leading trade fair for windows, doors and façades and was THE central meeting point for visitors from all over the world in search of the latest trending themes and solutions to key industry challenges, which is reflected in the key trade fair figures,” says Elke Harreiß, Executive Director FENSTERBAU FRONTALE, NürnbergMesse.

“The exhibitors’ stands, some of which were very impressive, showcased exciting products, including many world firsts from both key players and start-ups.” Special highlights in the supporting programme included the FENSTERBAU FRONTALE FORUM, the Architecture-Window-Facade Forum with accompanying guided tours and the forum “A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO DIGITISATION”, in addition to numerous special shows such as “climate.safe.building”, MetallbauTREFF, “Focus Interior doors” and Taste of windays. The JobMatch stand, the forum “A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO DIGITISATION” and the “Young Innovators” pavilion, which were realised jointly for FENSTERBAU FRONTALE and HOLZ-HANDWERK, were also very well attended.

Extending the trade fair experience digitally

Besides an array of various programs, HOLZ-HANDWERK & FENSTERBAU FRONTALE organised the lectures from the specialist programme, along with impressions and exhibitor and visitor testimonials, are available on the official site of the shows and the timeframe of the event itself.

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