INDIAWOOD 2020 – The region’s most important trade fair reiterates its relevance and significance, draws record number of exhibitors and visitors, passes the litmus test amidst CoVID-19 scare
The 11th edition of INDIAWOOD concluded successfully under the banner of NürnbergMesse India. The event has evolved as the biggest woodworking industry show in the region covering about 65000 square meters of exhibition space with exhibitors from more than 50 countries.
- Over 65,000 sq. meters plus exhibition area
- 5 dedicated themed halls
- 878 exhibitors from over 50 countries
- 13 country pavilions
- Visitors from over 40 countries
- 65000 + Trade visitors
- Knowledge sharing and Skill development programmes.
Deemed as the most effective platform for display of furniture manufacturing machinery, raw materials, panels, hardware, components and accessories , the recent edition of the event was held from 27th Feb - 2nd March 2020 at Bangalore International Exhibition Centre, Bengaluru, India.
The five-day mega show emphasised the need for carpentry, skilling, innovation, automation and digitalisation as the key essentials to drive the Indian furniture manufacturing and woodworking industry to emerge as one of the top manufacturing destinations in the region.
The 2020 edition of the show witnessed 878 participants from 50 countries and 13 country pavilions from Canada, Finland, France, Gabon, Germany, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Malaysia, Russia, Sweden, Taiwan and USA & covering an exhibition are of 65,000 sq. meter over 5 dedicated themed halls.
Witnessing participation from top international companies like ALTENDORF, BIESSE, FELDER, GRASS, HAFELE, HETTECH, HOMAG, REHAU, RENNER ITALIA, SCM & many more from various product categories, INDIAWOOD 2020 highlighted the potential of the Indian wood working industry.
TFurniture & Kitchen manufacturers, architects, interior designers, timber traders, saw millers, builders, contractors, hardware distributors, dealers from all over the country and neighbouring countries such as Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, the middle-east & other international countries participated in the 5-day industry event.
The woodworking industry’s signature show was also the biggest knowledge sharing platform for the stakeholders and seminars were held on latest trends and innovations; including raw material sourcing which addressed the major challenges and opportunities. Additionally the Furniture & Fittings Skill Council of India organised various skill development programs.
For the first time ever, INDIAWOOD 2020 featured NürnbergMesse’ s latest addition, INDIA MATTRESSTECH & UPHOLSTERY SUPPLIES EXPO which complemented INDIAWOOD perfectly with new pavilions featuring mattress and upholstery production technology, machinery & supplies.