Mumbaiwood 2017 Review


Market presence in its most effective form

Leading. Connecting. Engaging.

The third edition of India's leading trade show for furniture manufacturing technologies, MumbaiWood (12-14 October) brought together more than 6,000 trade visitors over the three-day show. That represents a 45% increase in unique footfalls over the previous edition of the show in 2015, and indicates strong industry engagement.

The biennial event showcased woodworking machinery and tools, fittings and accessories, raw materials and consumables for furniture production, semi-finished products, shutters, doors, windows, laminates, particle boards, wood composites and many more.

While a majority (42%) of visitors were furniture and kitchen manufacturers, a sizeable 20% of visitors were architects and interior designers, followed by (29%) saw millers, plywood and timber dealers, hardware manufacturers and distributors. Visitors were registered from 29 countries, 347 cities and 26 states in India - mainly from Tier III and Tier II cities and towns.

This year, MumbaiWood was marked by the participation of 145 exhibitors displaying their latest machines, products, services and materials and sharing their expertise in the woodworking and furniture manufacturing industry.

Massive investments in hospitality, real estate, tourism, retail and hospital sectors across India have helped the furniture manufacturing industry enjoy a period of steady growth. This growth has been reflected in our woodworking shows and attracted a diverse selection of exhibitors from India and abroad, all focussed on creating new business opportunities.

Business optimism across the show floor was also reported by exhibitors, many of whom rated MumbaiWood 2017 as their best trade show of the year. The predominant feedback from exhibitors was that they have met good quality buyers who were ready to do business.

Our priority was to provide stimulating meetings, an environment for sharing information, generating ideas and initiating collaborations.

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