For Visitors

See you soon at Elmia Wood!

Elmia Wood is a comprehensive trade fair and meeting place for forest owners, contractors, forest officials and everyone else with interests in the forest. Many Elmia Wood visitors will recognize the atmosphere that can only be created at a real demo fair out in the woods, with machines showing the latest trends.

Here is an opportunity to see the latest product news, take part in innovations and new knowledge and create opportunities for new business.

Hope to see you again in Bratteborg, south of Jönköping, 4-7 June 2025.

News 2022

In 2022, we had a number of new features at the fair.

One thing was the program part Wood Let's Talk, where the fair team had invited guests with different points of view on topics and values ​​that are debated in forestry today.

Wood Let's Talk was held at Wood Square, which was the new meeting place at the forest fair, and in addition to Wood Let's Talk, there was also a restaurant, fair information and opportunities to meet for a cup of coffee.

Also new for 2022 was the knowledge loop Wood Innovation Loop, where different methods of use in forestry, such as different thinning methods, tree species selection and nature consideration, were demonstrated.

Satisfied visitors and exhibitors created a terrific atmosphere at Elmia Wood

Many thanks! A good mood and a longing to meet again characterised Elmia Wood 2022 with its many satisfied visitors and exhibitors. Nearly 26,000 visitors walked determinedly around the trail that took them to over 270 exhibitors from 22 different countries.

As a trade fair and event, Elmia Wood had three fantastic days. The fair ran smoothly, and thanks to the terrific engagement of the exhibitors and, not least, among all the visitors. It’s been fantastic to encounter the joy and energy along the visitor trail. It’s obvious that many people have longed for the fair as a meeting place.

We are pleased to announce that you are welcome back to Elmia Wood in June 4-7, 2025. The place will be, just like in previous years, Bratteborg south of Jönköping.

In anticipation of Elmia Wood 2025, both exhibitors and visitors can look forward to a forest activity in the spring of 2024. We will arrange an Elmia Wood conference at Elmia, where we will dive deep into the most current and innovative issues related to the forest, including climate change.

See you then!

Increased wood use  heats up demand for Espegard
4 Jun 2022
As electricity prices soared last winter, so too did the demand for firewood for stoves and boilers. “At our stand you’ll find equipment for packing firewood,” says Nicklas Kloo of Espegard. “Firewood stands and bags for all sizes and needs. There’s an incredible amount of demand right now. Many...
NorrPlant looks south
4 Jun 2022
“This is actually the first time in over 20 years that we’re exhibiting at Elmia Wood,” says Thomas Vestman of NorrPlant. “I’m pleasantly surprised by the response. We’re getting lots of questions and input from knowledgeable forest owners from an area that we may not normally operate in so much...
ATVs gear up with more  and more advanced accessories
4 Jun 2022
The trend is clear. The ATV is increasingly moving from a toy and a hobby to an active working tool on the farm. “This is evident not least on the accessories side. The trailers are more lavish with more built-in technology to do the farm’s various tasks,” explains Staffan Svensson of Yamaha.
Fire Box and eight-wheeled forwarder  are the big hits at Vimek’s stand
4 Jun 2022
The Vimek stand at Elmia Wood is buzzing with life. “The big attention grabber is our new eight-wheeled forwarder, the Vimek NG 870.1,” says Edvin Eklund. “The cab environment for the operator has been a strong focus. The operator should sit well, see well and feel well. After all, that’s who w...
Wood Let’s Talk:  How do we shape our future forestry?
3 Jun 2022
From the stage at Wood Square, moderator Ellinor Persson guides visitors to Elmia Wood through a varied and interesting programme. On Friday, for example, the exciting trio of Louise Karlberg from the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation, Anders Nilsson from the Swedish Hunters Association and...