Largest trade show of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere for the woodworking industry.
AWISA is organised by the Australian Woodworking Industry Suppliers Association for the cabinet, joinery, furniture, timber and panel industries. The majority of the space at AWISA is allocated to companies exhibiting panel processing, solid wood and timber machinery, tooling, manufacturing software, plus ancillary products such as dust extraction and materials handling equipment.
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ASB Showgrounds, Auckland
BuildNZ / designex is the leading trade fair for the building and construction industry in New Zealand. BuildNZ brings industry professionals, construction industry innovators, and industry educators together to share ideas, showcase the latest products, and develop business relationships to work together on the opportunities and challenges presented by the industry.
FMC China 2015 provides a platform for woodworking machinery and raw materials for furniture production and decoration. Held at Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center the show covers 59,000 square meters includes nearly 850 exhibitors and can expect around 35,000 visitors.
International Exhibition of Components, Semi-finished Products and Accessories for the furniture industry
The next edition of SICAM is taking shape once again with its all-round exhibition format. The key factors of the trade fair’s success are its unique atmosphere, the top calibre of product on display and the high level of international visitors that attend.
The world’s largest show for suppliers to the furniture and interior finishing industry. For four days interzum is the central communication platform for the industry: exhibitors from around the world meet visitors from around the world - and do business.
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
America’s show for the woodworking sector.
The world’s largest trade show for the timber and woodworking industries.
Held by trade fair organisers Tuyap - Turkish show for wood processing machinery.
Exhibition for woodworking technology and components for the furniture industry. The exhibition which attracts more than 40,000 visitors is the ideal place to size up the international furniture industry.
Mt Roskill, AucklandNew ZealandMap
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