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Vologda is hosting an international fair and exhibition Russian Wood.
The Russian Wood, exhibition for innovation technologies to be applied in the timber industry, in production of technological equipment for forestry and manufacture of wood and wood-working articles, started its work in Vologda on December 5, 2018.
The event is the meeting place for professionals in the field of forestry and sawmilling and woodworking machinery in general. It offers the visitors the widest selection of technology available in the market and helps the local industry of wooden products to further grow and to become even more competitive.
The International fair and exhibition Russian Wood boasts an excellent international representation year after year. Russian regions and foreign countries are involved in exhibition activities.
This year visitors from twenty two Russian regions and five foreign countries, including Finland, Sweden, Latvia, Italy and Belarus applied for participation.
The Russian Wood kicked off in Vologda with an international forestry forum devoted to urgent issues of timber industry complex. It will cover a variety of issues: forestry, harvesting and wood transport, technology and machine woodworking, machines and forestry complex equipment, economics and management of forestry complex enterprises.
Russian Wood - 2018 is also the setting for scientific seminars, workshops and a number of award ceremonies. Within the framework of the exhibition-fair all the specified urgent issues concerning Russian forestry development, forest management, reforestation and timbered building will be reflected in the rich exposition and business program of the exhibition-fair.
Over 70 units of logging and woodworking equipment are on display in its exhibition space. Presentations held at the exhibition-fair Russian Wood feature a vast selection of products: round timber, sawn wood, chipboards, fibreboards, plywood, logging machines, feller-bunchers and feller-skidders.
The Russian Wood contributes to further development of wood industry and national economy and to establishing international commercial and industrial contacts. It strengthens the interest of the nations in each other's production.