The Malaysian Wood Expo 2019 (MWE) is set to become one of the best international wood and woodworking machinery events in Southeast Asia, as prominent exhibitors and reputable buyers confirm their participation.

The Malaysian Wood Expo takes place from 19 to 21 November 2019. Image credit: Malaysian Wood Expo

The Malaysian Wood Expo takes place from 19 to 21 November 2019. Image credit: Malaysian Wood Expo

In November, MWE will serve as a platform for industry players to network and seek advanced solutions and opportunities to empower their businesses. It will be the place where marketing meets sales, and where key decision-makers secure their sales.

Jointly organised by MTC and the Panels & Furniture Group, MWE is scheduled to be held from 19 to 21 November 2019 at the Putra World Trade Centre in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The exhibition, which spans over 7 000m2, is going to be about the market, trends, new products and the place where the tendencies of tomorrow are going to be discovered.

A wide range of products will be showcased including tropical hardwoods, temperate softwoods, wooden flooring, sawn timber, wooden pallets, doors and door frames, cutting tools, abrasives, adhesives, coatings, combined machines, dust-collecting equipment, edge banding materials and machines, handling equipment as well as timber, woodworking and furniture production software.

Some of the big names in the woodworking machinery industry such as HOMAG, SCM and M.Weinig will be there, together with exhibitors from countries such as Germany, Italy, Australia, France, Belgium, China, Gabon, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Ukraine and Singapore.

If you are an importer, agent or a manufacturer of wood products and furniture, architect, building contractor or even an interior designer, be a part of MWE. The expo is the place for you to network, generate new business opportunities and discover business solutions that can help you redefine your operations as well as learn of the latest trends and innovations in the region. Some of the pre-registered visitors are from France, New Zealand, South Africa, India, Singapore, Maldives and Tajikistan.

Several programmes have also been lined-up for MWE including an Incoming Buying Mission (IBM) and the Overseas Suppliers – Malaysian Importers/Manufacturers Exchange Programme. There will also be a seminar titled ‘Wood: Insight & Technology (WIT)@MWE 2019’ and a ‘Grading Rule’ workshop by the National Hardwood Lumber Association (NHLA) and the Malaysian Timber Industry Board (MTIB).