HOLZ-HANDWERK – European trade fair for woodworking & wood processing
Trends & innovations for the woodworking sector | 21 - 24 March 2018 | Nuremberg, Germany
HOLZ-HANDWERK 2016 in Nuremberg, the European Trade Fair for Machine Technology, Equipment and Supplies for the Wood Craft, focuses on processing and working the living material wood. Here you find the latest trends and innovations for the woodworking & wood processing sector – from sawing and grinding machines to woodworking machines or extraction systems. This makes HOLZ-HANDWERK one of the most important events for carpenters and joiners in the European region.
Over the past years, the exhibition duo of HOLZ-HANDWERK and FENSTERBAU FRONTALE has developed into an impressive highlight for the sector and attracted more than 1,288 exhibitors and 110,581 trade visitors in 2016.
Exhibitor statements HOLZ-HANDWERK 2016
“The HOMAG Group has had its best HOLZ-HANDWERK ever – we have never won so many orders as in this year. We are looking at an increase of around 20 percent over the previous record. It was also gratifying that the visitors who came to our stand, including many from outside Germany, were very well prepared and showed a lot of interest in our solutions, e.g. for the topical issue of ‘networked production’.”
“We have four successful days behind us.We consider HOLZ-HANDWERK to be the ideal platform for face-to-face dialogue with customers and partners who appreciate our expertise and advice and the performance of our products and services. We signed off on a lot of very good business. Apart from the German-speaking regions, we saw particular growth in visitors from Japan, America and Australia.”
“The trade fair pairing of FENSTERBAU FRONTALE and HOLZ-HANDWERK is second to none. In 2016, it not only maintained its high standards but surpassed them: the two fairs were better, more international and more dynamic than ever. Never before have we had contact to customers from so many different countries – including Australia! We are looking forward to continuing to raise the bar in the future as part of this outstanding trade fair combination.”