Long-term partnerships forged as Dubai Woodshow 2022 concludes
Known as the premier destination for wood specialists, the Dubai Woodshow recently concluded and attracted a tremendous response. During the show’s exciting three-day run, industry leaders and specialists shared their key insights about the industry.
Thani Bin Ahmed Al Zayoudi, UAE Minister of State for Foreign Trade, inaugurated the Dubai WoodShow 2022 at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
At the show, a huge number of types of machinery from Canadian, European, Chinese, and American manufacturers were on display, targeting timber factories not only in the UAE but also in other parts of the Mena region. The show has attracted several end-users, who are on the lookout for timber products that fit their requirements.
A large variety of traders, architects and decision-makers from the contracting, environment, and other relevant sectors paid a visit to the show to look into the offerings of some of the world’s premier companies in wood and working machinery.
According to the show’s organisers, more than 400 companies from 41 countries took part in this year’s show. The organisers also expressed bullishness on using Dubai Woodshow as a key platform to discover new opportunities, forge long-term partnerships, and tap into newer markets.
Some companies present at the event include American Hardwood, American Softwood, AIMMP, Pro Panama, Moscow Export centre, North Carolina, AZan Building Materials, Investment & Development Agency of Latvia, Malaysia Timber Council, French Timber, AIMSAD, QUBEC, Turkey Pavilion, China Pavilion, Cefla Middle East, German Tech Machinery, Industrial Machine Company, RG Export, SALCO Wood, Saleh International, Schattdecor, Elesgo, Egypt Panel Global, Modecor, Saudi Wood Production, Simplex, and Coast to Coast.
“The global wood furniture market is expected to exceed $74 billion by 2023. The woodworking machinery market worldwide is projected to increase by $961.6 million. Furniture will also bring in huge gains, adding substantial force to global growth as it’s primed to reach more than $2.9 billion by 2025. Thus, this is the most opportune time for stakeholders in wood, woodworking machinery and furniture accessories industries to take advantage of this event to explore abundant opportunities waiting for them,” said Dawood Al Shezawi, President of the Committee of Woodshow Global.
- 400 companies from 41 countries participated in the show
- 850+ members of EUMABOIS showcased their latest products and services
- 7000+ visitors from all parts of the world