Ticket registration for the ultimate machinery, tools and supplies gathering in Africa, WoodEX for Africa, is now open.
To be held at Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand from 09 – 11 June 2020, WoodEX for Africa will be co-located with the African Construction Expo and the Deck & Flooring Expo, setting the scene for three full days of exhibition and networking, free workshops and live demonstrations.
Stephan Jooste, Director of WoodEX for Africa, says the partnership with these two expos has led to an outstanding platform for visitors and exhibitors to do business, network and learn. “WoodEX now offers exceptional added value and a much wider offering, and our visitors have more chance for engagement over the three days than in previous years.”
What to SEE?
WoodEX for Africa plays host to the most specialised, yet comprehensive range of equipment, tools, machinery, software and wood products available on the market. These include:
• CNC Routing Machinery
• Edge Bander & Trimmers
• Panel Saws & Band Saws
• Laser Cutters
• Hand & Power Tools
• Spindles & Turning
• Portable Sawmills, Resaws & Edgers
• Fastening Systems & Screws
• Wood Treatment, Sealers & Varnishes
• Chipboard, MDF & Laminates and many more
Who should VISIT?
As the largest trade exhibition on the continent, WoodEX for Africa is considered the gateway to Africa’s timber trade. Here visitors will be able to experience the latest technology, catch up with new trends, connect with specialised suppliers, compare the best deals and secure business contacts.
• Kitchen Manufacturers
• Furniture Manufacturers
• Contractors & Builders
• Boat builders
• Distributors & Dealers
• Joinery Companies
• Forestry and Sawmilling and many more
“With the collaboration between the expos this year, we are expecting more than 9 500 visitors and more than 250 exhibitors from 45 participating countries during the three-day event. These expos are stronger together and provide a unique platform for industry to engage with key industry stakeholders and to conduct valuable business,” says Jooste.