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Exhibition Venue: Shanghai International Expo Centre
Fair Organizer: China International ExhibitionsEvent Profile: The 11 edition of WoodMac China 2011
11th FurniTek and 9th WoodBuild China 2011
Woodbuild China is a trade platform aimed at meeting the A-Z requirements of the region's woodworking industry. What makes this event completely different from other trade shows in the region is that it is the first and only dedicated trade exhibition that is exclusively focused on the woodworking business.
Record US$ sales achieved at WoodMac China 2009.
406 exhibitors from 19 countries including pavilions from Germany, Italy and Spain.
13,672 visitors attended the show of which 42% came from Shanghai, 43% from other Chinese cities and 13% or 1,761 came from overseas.
Overseas buyers came from 81 countries, and from destinations as varied as Afghanistan to Chile, Iran to Australia, and Russia to Indonesia.
Record orders were placed with Chinese and international suppliers of machinery, hardware and wood products from both domestic and overseas customers. See 2009 show report for the full details available to view at this web site.
Visitor's Profile: Woodbuild China will mainly have Carpenters, Joinery Managers, Furniture Manufacturers, Kitchen Equipment Manufacturers, Shop Fitting Specialists, Fenestration Manufacturers, Exhibition Stand Contractors, Carpentry Shop Manufacturers, Architects, General Managers, Procurement Managers, Estimators & Planning & Design Engineers from the Middle East's woodworking Industry.
Exhibitor's Profile: The event, besides bringing together some of the leading names in the global woodworking industry, will showcase various types of wood & technology, including equipment, machinery, accessories & consumables related to the woodworking industry, veneers, plywood, laminates, glues, lacquers, fittings, accessories & supplies to machinery & consumables used in the woodworking industry.
Web site: http://www.woodmacchina.net