One of several innovations at Elmia Wood 2022 is the innovative knowledge loop, Wood Innovation Loop. Here, visitors will have the opportunity to learn about felling, the forest's different values and the possibilities for future forestry, as well as visit selected exhibitors.
Exciting debates and discussions will take place between party leaders, EU politicians and industry experts at Wood Let's Talk. Current guests will discuss interesting topics in current and future forestry.
The meeting place, Wood Square, allows like-minded people to meet, have a coffee and eat. In addition to Wood Let's Talk, there will also be a restaurant, trade fair information and several different social areas on the new square.
Mus-Max of Austria believes that Elmia Wood is the leading forestry fair for reaching out to forest contractors in Scandinavia while simultaneously strengthening its presence in Norway by focusing more on its dealers here.
Another faithful exhibitor at Elmia Wood is Husqvarna, which has also now booked for this year’s fair.
“At Husqvarna we’re looking forward to Elmia Wood and believe the fair is a great opportunity to showcase our innovations and products to both existing professionals in the industry and people...
The Swedish forest machinery company Malwa Forest will be participating. It’s convinced that the attention of the whole industry will be focused on this fair, especially in the wake of the pandemic and two years of cancelled events.
On 2–4 June 2022 the world’s leading forestry fair, Elmia Wood, will again be held south of Jönköping. Elmia is looking forward to welcoming exhibitors and visitors from many parts of Europe to experience the event, which will focus on innovative and sustainable forestry methods for the future.
Elmia Wood is one of the most prominent forestry venues in the world. Due to the impact on travel and public gatherings following the Corona pandemic, Elmia AB has decided to move Elmia Wood to 2-4 June 2022.
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