Department of Timber Complex

International fair and exhibition Russian Wood-2013

13.09.2013

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, will be held in Vologda from December 4 through 6, 2013.

The event is the meeting place for professionals of 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. Foreign companies from Sweden, Finland, Germany, Norway, Denmark, the USA, Italy, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium, Bulgaria, Poland, Yugoslavia, Belarus, Ukraine, Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania are involved in exhibition activities as well as hundreds of Russian enterprises.

The Russian Wood is an event with a long tradition. It will take place for the 18th time in 2013. 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 comprehensive business program of the exhibition-fair.

Logging and woodworking equipment will be on display in the exhibition space. Russian Wood - 2013 will also be the setting for scientific seminars, workshops and a number of award ceremonies. Most public attention will be paid to such forestry problems as intensive and efficient use of forest potential, application of state-of-the-art logging and wood processing technologies, bioenergetics development and other acute issues.

Presentations held at the exhibition-fair Russian Wood featured a vast selection of products: round timber, sawn wood, chipboards, fibreboards, plywood, logging machines, feller-bunchers and feller-skidders. Right in line with consumer trends, the Russian Wood also included direct sales.

Traditionally, the exposition-fair plays a decisive role in addressing the future development of timber industry. Experts from the world of timber industry state their positions on current issues at numerous meetings, workshops and press conferences, forums and out seminars, and engage in wide-ranging discussions about problems and prospects in their own particular fields.

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.

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