Wood Taiwan plans on-site, online show mix

The Taiwan international woodworking machinery show, Wood Taiwan, will be staged online and offline at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Centre (Hall 1) from April 22 to 25, 2021.

However, starting December 2020, WooDiscover, a series of video clips from some of its exhibitors’ factory tours, will provide visitors an effective way to preview the trade show.

Jointly organised by TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council) and TWMA (Taiwan Woodworking Machinery Association), it is one of the leading woodworking machinery trade fairs in Asia.

Wood Taiwan 2021 sets its theme on ‘Thrive in Green Manufacturing’, for how to make the best use of rare wood resources, and to improve the recycling and reuse of wood as the central issues of the wood processing industry.

Exhibitors such as Cheng Kuang Wood Machinery Works, ABM Woodworking Machinery, and Tsung Chang Machinery will showcase an array of products on energy saving, consumption reducing, waste-less, recyclable and optimised production of plates processing machinery and components, in line with global sustainable production trends.

In order to meet the emerging needs of processing different wood composites for the industry, Wood Taiwan will include composite materials processing machinery, wood hand tools and plates to comprehensively display woodworking machinery’s cutting-edge products.

Exhibitors such as Chiu Ting Machinery, Chuan Chier Industrial and Innovator Machinery will provide their insights regarding those diverse solutions.

In conjunction with industry upgrades, exhibitors Leadermac Machinery, Anderson Industrial, and Kuang Yung Machinery will demonstrate their smart manufacturing solutions which combine the Internet of Things, remote monitoring, sensors and control systems, responding to rapid change of market demands.

The last edition of Wood Taiwan in 2018 shed light on the outlook and development of CLT (cross-laminated timber), and the trend of ‘Industry 4.0’ in smart manufacturing for woodworking machinery. For the latest information, stay tuned to www.woodtaiwan.com.



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