Visit the HOLZ-HANDWERK 2024
HOLZ-HANDWERK is a must event for everyone wanting to update on the trends in wood and wood-based materials, wood finishing and woodworking machinery. There are many good reasons for visiting the most important gathering of the European woodworking sector from 19 - 22 March 2024. We have compiled the five most important for you.
1. Two events are better than one
HOLZ-HANDWERK takes place parallel to FENSTERBAU FRONTALE - the world-leading trade show for windows, doors and facades. As a visitor, you can attend both exhibitions with one ticket and thus experience an even greater variety of exhibitors and products!
2. Vital information lead
Wood? Exhibition? HOLZ-HANDWERK! No other setting is more suitable for preparing your investment decisions. At this European trade fair, the leading European suppliers present current woodworking trends and technologies for wood, woodworking machinery, wood-based materials, fixing equipment, hardware, components, tools, finishing technology, grinding aids, polishing aids, disposal equipment, electrical tools, pneumatic tools, adhesives or coatings.
3. Inspiration for tomorrow’s trends
Nowhere else can you find so many ideas for your own wood products in compact form and in one place! So visit HOLZ-HANDWERK and be inspired by innovative machine technology and wood-based materials, unusual wood finishes, sustainable raw materials or the latest design and colour trends! Many special shows and demonstrations intensify the professional exchange of ideas at HOLZ-HANDWERK and the practical aspects are naturally not neglected either, because the chips fly when the experts start planing, sawing and grinding at this working exhibition.
4. The perfect stage for craft work, dialogue and new contacts
With German associations like VDMA Holzbearbeitungsmaschinen or Fachverband Schreinerhandwerk Bayern as powerful partners, HOLZ-HANDWERK is geared for the needs of carpenters, cabinetmakers, joiners, parquet layers and other representatives from the wood crafts more than almost any other exhibition. Here you not only see what is practicable, but can usually test and discuss new technologies with colleagues on the spot, because some 60% of the visitors come from the woodworking trade.