Cairo WoodShow defines its own identity although following the WoodShow’s overall spirit and objectives, the show is speaking loudly for itself as one of the largest and most developed international exhibition in North Africa region for Wood & Woodworking Machinery industry.
Figures for 2017 edition include:
150 Local and International Exhibitors
24 Participating Countries
The third edition had a successful run and went beyond expectations in catering to the wood and woodworking machinery professionals by providing a unique platform to interact and close lucrative business deals during the course of the exhibition.
Cairo WoodShow 2018 will take place from 2 - 5 December, 2018 at Cairo International Convention Center, Cairo under the patronage of Ministry of Trade & Industry of Egypt. It will continue to provide opportunities for business professionals not to just meet industry experts but also learn about the latest trends, technologies and products. Exhibitors will also have the open platform to sell and close business deals onsite. Visitors will enjoy the atmosphere that prevails and is similar to any leading international event and also forge valuable contacts to expand their scope of business.
Cairo WoodShow will be playing a fundamental role in further developing the market of wood and wood machinery industry in the heart of Cairo, the most vibrant market place and the capital of the North African commodities market. Do join the most dynamic business platform to reap the benefits from the experts of the wood and woodworking industry.
Wood imports reached USD 1.365 Billion in 2016.
Wood-based furniture domestic production is valued at USD 750 million.
USD 7.2 billion worth of investment generated by over 1325 Companies registered with the Egyptian Industrial Modernization Centre.
96% import of wood panels, machineries and tooling.
Egyptian Government initiatives aimed at turning Egypt into the Strategic hub for wood trading in Africa with reduced customs, tariffs and corporate taxes.
Enjoy extended networking with the top buyers from Middle East and North Africa