Thursday, March 3, 2022
Medwood 2022 is once again gearing up to foster optimism and confidence of the woodworking and manufacturing industry and revive success back in-action between April 1 to 4 2022. Medwood will soon open its doors and welcome the industry enthusiasts in Athens at the international exhibition for tools and equipment for the furniture industry.
The most important companies in the fields of furniture materials, semifinished products, flooring, wood shutters and kitchen furniture are taking part, and besides producing companies which produce machinery for woodworking. Medwood has established itself as one of the most important events of this sector in the Balkans and Southeast Europe and offers its visitors the opportunity to learn about new designs and international trends.
Leading companies in the industry now returns with the opening of the market even more dynamically, since due to the emergencies faced and all companies faced new challenges as well as increased demands from their customers. In this context, they demonstrate their confidence in Medwood by expressing their intention to exhibit their new technologies and innovative materials at the 8th event. This fact confirms that Medwood, which covers the needs of the industry over time, is a key pillar of both the development of the space and the Greek economy.
The organising company MEDEXPO SA with a sense of responsibility towards all involved (exhibitors, visitors and employees) and in collaboration with the COVID Shield certified exhibition centre Metropolitan Expo , will take all necessary measures for the safety of all. With the expectations being high, but also the conditions being favorable, it is expected to be a successful year in terms of constructions and the elaboration and development of large technical projects.
Medwood 2022 is a global platform for direct communication between companies about new trends in architecture, design and everything about bioclimatic design and new trends in timber construction techniques. Meet the industry at Athens.