WOOD TAIWAN DigitalGo 2022 fully live now

Exhibition lobby of WOOD TAIWAN DigitalGo 2022

WOOD TAIWAN DigitalGo 2022 has begun yesterday on 28 Apr 2022, with the two-week event comprising five major events, including online exhibition, Sourcing Taiwan, WOOD Insight, WOODiscover Factory Tour and “Manufacturers Win” Podcast.

According to a press release by the organisers, a total of more than 60 domestic and foreign exhibitors will take part in this WOOD TAIWAN 2022 DigitalGo Show. All of them have arranged their booths as if they are giving a physical exhibition to display their latest wood-processing solutions which move toward intelligence, sustainable production and whole-line automation.

WOOD TAIWAN will use online exhibition as its main axis, around which there will be several peripheral activities. Among them, the events on first day will be connected to the WOOD Pro Expo in California, US, for expanded overseas promotion, with the aim of bringing in buyers from key markets in North America.

Beyond that, to allow visitors to interact with woodworking machinery suppliers online, the WOODiscover Factory Tour will be launched as a highlighted event in the second week.

The exhibitors in WOODiscover Factory Tour will not only showcase online their products and production lines one after another at 2pm every day from 3-11 May, but will also answer questions from buyers in real time.

WOOD TAIWAN will cooperate with “Manufacturers Win” Podcast to launch a themed programme series to interview six exhibitors, namely OAV, Anderson Industrial, Kuang Yung, Innovator, Leadermac, and Jun Shiau. The programme will premiere at 5pm (UTC+8) every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

This year’s exhibition will also launch the first episode of WOOD Insight series, in which Harry Urban, publisher of the Woodworking Network, will analyse future challenges and opportunities of the North American market, so that their viewers can gain insight into the opportunities and seize the trend in demand. In particular, Taiwan’s export of woodworking machinery ranked fourth in the world, with its export to the North American market growing by nearly 40% last year.