MumbaiWood 2019: Up in downturn
Image Caption: The 4th edition of MumbaiWood hosted over 175+ participants from India and other countries during 17 to 19 oct 2019 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai
While the economic slowdown is taking root, it was usual business at MumbaiWood 2019. This is a clear sign that the slowdown narrative is not uniform across the industry spectrum. The woodworking industry is now awaiting the mega-exhibition – IndiaWood 2020. Modern Woodwork is proud to be associated with DelhiWood, MumbaiWood and IndiaWood as the Official Publication.
- The most promising show for the woodworking industry in Western India, receives overwhelming response from SMEs across western India.
- MumbaiWood 2019 was all about Carpentry and Skill Development.
The 4th edition of MumbaiWood hosted over 175+ participants from India and other countries during 17 to 19 oct 2019 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai, India. The trade fair offered a holistic experience for furniture and wood-based manufacturing industries over a 5,000 sq. m. exhibition area.
MumbaiWood 2019 was inaugurated on 17th October by Mr. Bernhard Steinruecke, Director, Indo-German Chamber of Commerce and Ms. Sonia Prashar, Chairperson of the Board and Managing Director, NürnbergMesse India, along with key industry stakeholders.
Glimpses from MumbaiWood 2019
A significant highlight of the event was the special Live Skill Demo Workshops 1rganized with Dimensions Network. These sessions focused on skill and knowledge development in Innovation, Conservation, Education and sustainable development surrounding wood and woodworking. The sessions showcased skills in carpentry, material machinery to create a monumental solid wood structure. There was a live skill competition between mentees in the dimension network mentored by professionals in the field and Product Showcase by a few select members of the network.
Visitors from over 500 cities pre-registered and visited MumbaiWood 2019. We experienced an ecstatic visitor footfall of over 8,000 throughout the 3 show days.
The next edition of Mumbai Wood is scheduled for 2021.
For more detailed information,
do visit www.indiawood.com
Mr. Bernhard Steinruecke
Director General, Indo German Chamber of Commerce
Good exhibition, very impressed with certain manufacturers who are making a lot of machines for the woodworking sector in India. Indian Market is good, exhibitors are happy with the kind of business they generate over here. All this makes the MumbaiWood a successful expo. Workshop by Dimensions shows the capability of artisans of India. The combination of handicraft and modern machinery is the future.
Mr. Pavel Stepanov
MumbaiWood is the right place for furniture manufacturers looking out for potential partnership, customers and business prospects.
Mr. Nirav Shah
Managing Director, Jai Industries
MumbaiWood gives mutual benefit for both exhibitors and visitors. It’s the right place for potential customers to get a better understanding of the latest in the industry and the visitors, who get learn new technology on show and gain more knowledge, these help in building in better furniture. At the upcoming India wood, we would like to introduce high end products to ensure the target audience.
Mr. Gopi T.
Managing Director, Woodtech Consultancy
Mumbai wood has been good in terms of focusing on western region. This has brought in a lot of regional clients, as well as giving us a good head start for the upcoming India Wood, which is one of the best shows in the country.
27 February to 2 March 2020, Bengaluru, India
For bookings, contact:
- Belliappa MK, Project Manager
- Tel. +91 99160 92922
- Pradeep Kumar Gopal, Project Director
- Tel +91 99860 66910
For international participation, contact:
- Partha Pran Bhagawati, Sr. Project Manager
- Tel. +91 99860 61956
27 February 2020 to 02 March 2020,
18 to 21 March 2020,