The major Ukrainian trade fair of woodworking and forestry technology will take place in Kyiv on September 27-30, 2016.
Every year the event gathers the leading Ukrainian and foreign companies and attracts thousands of visitors. This exhibition becomes the main platform for the Ukrainian presentations in the field of technologies for logging, wood processing, furniture production and wood waste recycling.
As of June 2016 approximately 100 companies have applied for participation in LISDEREVMASH. Over 20% of them are overseas companies. A lot of famous brands will be demonstrated here, including ALTENDORF, BIESSE, FELDER, FOREZIENNE, GRIGGIO, HOMAG, HOUFEK, LEDINEK, LEITZ, LEUCO, MEBOR, POLYTECHNIK, REHAU, ROJEK, SCM GROUP, SIA RMP, STIHL, SERRA, WOOD-MIZER, WRAVOR and many others. All of them will be exhibited on the stands of their official representatives in Ukraine, as well as by dealers and suppliers.
Thematic sections of LISDEREVMASH cover the entire technological cycle of wood processing. WoodMachinery section features machinery and tools for forestry, equipment for primary and secondary processing of wood, production of joinery. FurniTech demonstrates equipment, fittings, accessories and materials for furniture production. And WoodProduct section offers timber and lumber, wood trims and finished wood items.
Outdoor area of LISDEREVMASH presents large-scale equipment for timber harvesting, sawmills and etc.
The section that demonstrates growth is WoodEnergy, where technology and equipment for wood waste processing, production of pellets and briquettes, as well as boilers and heat generators are showcased.
As the leading sectoral trade fair of Ukraine, which presents a wide range of machinery, equipment and technologies for timber industry, LISDEREVMASH remains an effective platform for promotion and business communication. This is the place where Ukrainian specialists have the opportunity to get acquainted with the latest technological innovations, to test many of them, to get advice and to choose the supplier. And trade fair visitation often results in concluding a contract for equipment purchase