Thursday, April 20, 2023
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LIGNA –the ‘mecca’ of woodworking industry opens in less than a month. Over five days, from May 15 to 19, more than 1,100 exhibitors are getting ready to celebrate return to presence with a comprehensive overview of the woodworking and wood processing industry. As LIGNA mentions, “Nothing is more valuable than personal exchange,” hence, all the roads link to LIGNA AGAIN! at Hannover in Germany very soon to celebrate Innovation.Inspiration.Interaction.
At this LIGNA the team presents several products and innovations from BESSEY Tool GmbH & Co. KG, LEUCO GROUP, IMA Schelling Group, SCM Group, Festool, Felder group, Holz Her GmbH, Shaper, the Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research, Wilhelm-Klauditz-Institut WKI and Barth, etc, all experience live on site
LIGNA 2023 to provide industry orientation
LIGNA.23 will show how the efficiency, quality and sustainability of woodworking can be optimised, such as through machine learning. As a key technology, advancing digitalisation is bringing about fundamental change throughout the woodworking and wood processing value chain, not only in industry but also in the craft sector. As a holistic evolutionary transformation process, digitisation is having a productive influence on all areas, from strategy to the organisation of production and logistics to sales and after-sales services. And this will be presented under the focus topic “Woodworking Transformation” at LIGNA.
Setting pace for Sustainable Management
The upcoming grand show aims at creating the world a better place to reside by providing impulses for sustainable management. Now, with its focus on “Green Material Processing”, LIGNA 2023 is engaging into the development of international sustainability strategies and since LIGNA is the mecca of the wood industry it is the ideal destination for creating awareness on sustainable management.
Future of Woodworking and Wood Processing starts at LIGNA.Campus
The world’s leading trade fair with a global range of tools, machinery and equipment for woodworking and wood processing, LIGNA is all set to pave the way for research and development, as well as education and training, to a more sustainable and productive future for woodworking and wood processing. From May 15 to 19, 2023, the LIGNA.Campus format in Hannover will provide renowned technical colleges, universities of applied sciences and universities with the ideal platform for their diverse educational offerings and groundbreaking research findings.
The spectrum ranges from augmented reality-based learning and teaching tools to system development for the use of driverless transport robots.