Representatives from Sweden, Finland, Belarus and 13 Russian regions are to take part in 26th International Exhibition Russian Forest in Vologda.
The Russian Forest, an 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 on December 8-10, 2021.
This year's exhibition will be organised online and offline taking into account the epidemiological situation.
Among the participants there will be representatives of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Economy of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Federal Forestry Agency, senators of the Federation Council and deputies of the State Duma.
For the previous years the exhibition has rightfully become one of traditional meetings for representatives of timber industry business, science, regional government bodies as well as Russian and foreign investors.
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.
Meetings, round-table discussions, workshops and press conferences will be arranged within the framework of the exhibition-fair. Special attention will be paid to effective forest management and reforestation, legal regulation of forest relations, personnel of the forestry complex, investments, and interaction of government and business circles.
Presentations held at the exhibition-fair Russian Forest will feature a vast selection of products: round timber, sawn wood, chipboards, fibreboards, plywood, logging machines, feller-bunchers and feller-skidders.
The Russian Forest contributes to further development of wood industry and national economy and to establishing international commercial and industrial contacts.
The international exhibition will meet the requirements of the Federal Service for the Oversight of Consumer Protection and Welfare (Rospotrebnadzor).