Woodtech Egypt confirms new dates in 2018

Woodtech Egypt, the international exhibition for timber, design and technology, will be held in Cairo from 16 – 18 February. The event is organised by MEDEXPO EGYPT JSC in co-operation with Chamber of Commerce Damietta-Furniture sector. It also organised the first WOODTECH FORUM in Damietta, held in November 2016.

Total support from EPF

The European Panel Federation will host the “EPF for Africa” forum during the Fair in Cairo. 

“We will join the WOODTECH EGYPT Fair in Cairo. It is an excellent opportunity to extend contacts with Egypt and with Africa in general. It is currently EPF’s intention to host a seminar where an update from Europe will be presented, and also invite African attendees to give briefings on their own local issues with regards to wood-based panels, their production, marketing and use in furniture and construction,” said EPF Managing Director Clive Pinnington.

Two events for one success

November 2016’s WOODTECH EGYPT reunites two different and complementary moments with the aim to involve a market that would surely be a certainty for the future: the first edition of WOODTECH EGYPT Fair in Cairo from 16th to 18th of February 2018 and the

The Cairo fair will focus on Timber, Hardwoods and Softwoods; MDF, Panels and Laminates; Wood Flooring; Veneer, Plywood, Hardboard Decorative and Composite; Wooden Doors and Windows; Furniture Accessories and Components; Wood Working Machinery; Tools and Cutting Machines; Wooden Furniture Manufacturers.

The second WOODTECH FORUM in Damietta (11 to 13 November 2017)  on the other hand offers the opportunity to meet key players in furniture and wooden products in Egypt and North Africa.


The first WOODTECH EGYPT held in November 2016

WOODTECH EGYPT gives potential investors access to the Egyptian North African markets. The first edition of the forum registered more than 3,000 trade visitors during the two days of the event; attracted professionals from the sectors of wood, furniture industry, materials, wood marketing and design from the city of Damietta, as well as from Cairo and Alexandria. 270 scheduled B2B meetings were held, revealing the interest in business deals, which were materialised in the form of commercial transactions in all sectors of interest.

The industry also had the opportunity to meet some very important people in the Egyptian Governement involved in the Damietta Furniture City project.