Monday, August 8, 2022
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The online visitor pre-registration for Xylexpo 2022 is now open. The opportunity to discover the most innovative and advanced technology for wood and wood-based material at Milan, this October is easy and hassle-free. Access to Xylexpo 2022 is free for all industry operators. Registration can be done from https://www.xylexpo.com/en/visit/visitors-pre-registration
The fully integrated BI-MU and Xylexpo events, start Wednesday, October 12 until Saturday, October 15; Viscom Italia takes the stage Thursday, October 13 until Saturday, October 15, in Halls 8/12. The organizers’ decision to co-ordinate the over-lap of their event calendars, matches perfectly to give fair participants’ the chance to grab all the opportunities available, giving visitors the possibility to participate simultaneously at all three events.
Xylexpo organisers reveal participating enthusiasm with up-to-date figures of confirmation for the Italy-based international tradeshow for woodworking technology and furniture industry components. As per the press release, over 220 exhibitors have finalised their registration to the tradeshow currently for an exhibition area close to 34,000m2.
“Once again, Xylexpo has proved to be a faithful mirror of the market!”. No doubt for Dario Corbetta, director of the international biennial exhibition of technology for the furniture and wood industry, scheduled at FieraMilano-Rho next October 12 to 15.
“It is going to be a rich edition – Corbetta continued – a big comeback in the exhibition calendar after four years, due to the global sanitary emergency. We believe that the event will provide a comprehensive display of the best industry technology, addressing an audience that will finally be able to meet in Milan in person.”
Based on daily feedback from the exhibitors, the next edition will be a real “new start”; with strong enthusiasm that seems unaffected by the troubles that the world is still facing. Six months before the official opening, we can announce that halls 22 and 24, assigned to the 2022 edition, are almost sold out.