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.
“People are really eager to get out and meet face to face again, and for that it’s hard to imagine a better meeting place than Elmia Wood,” says Mikael Herzberg of Malwa. “We’re expecting a great atmosphere and many enjoyable encounters and conversations with customers, suppliers, industry professionals and the media. Because we’re in an expansive export phase, we’re hoping for a lot of international interest and many visitors from other places. We’re also seeing a growing interest in smaller machines and we’re expecting a lot of great discussions – about forest management in general and thinning in particular. There will also be many live demonstrations of our machines. We’re bringing our entire range of models, such as harvesters, forwarders and combo machines, and we’ll be working them hard in the forest. In addition, the world’s first electric-powered combination harvester/forwarder will be coming.”