12th edition will feature 300 exhibitors from 100 participating countries
Middle East’s premier timber trade fair, Dubai International Wood & Wood Machinery Show, is set to break records as the biggest wood and woodworking machinery trade show in the Middle East.
Organizers of the 12th edition reveal an optimistic outlook for the timber industry, following a recent report from Deloitte that highlights AED 7.34-trillion GCC construction projects are in the pipeline with Saudi, UAE and Qatar taking the top three leads.
Participants will also share new technologies and renewable products, display sustainability solutions in the timber industry, and request governments, civil society, and the private sector to act as one in safeguarding our forests as our most important resource.
The 2017 edition will occupy an area of 15,000 sqm offering the latest timber products and tools and a chance to learn from leading international experts and woodworking industrial specialists.
Visitors can see live demonstrations of wood carving, turning, scroll work, fine woodworking, gourd art and pyrography at the three-day show