Woodworking Minsk

| International exhibition of woodworking and furniture production

The Woodworking is an international trade fair, specialized in machinery, equipment, and technologies of the wood and furniture industry. It has established itself as the primary meeting point for professionals in this field. Every autumn, the fair opens its doors at the Football Manege in Minsk. Minskexpo, a renowned organizer of trade fairs in Belarus, is responsible for its organization and execution. The main topics of the fair cover a broad spectrum, including wood and furniture production, carpentry, sawmill equipment, drying technology, pulp and paper production, and wooden house construction.

The range of products and services presented varies from cut wood, furniture cuts, plywood, and fiberboards to parquet flooring, transport containers, carpentry boards, and wood plastics. A unique highlight of the fair is the chance to witness the displayed operating equipment in action, giving visitors a rare opportunity to directly compare the performance of different devices. Moreover, the fair houses a special zone dedicated to issues like environmental protection, renewable energy sources, biomass, recycling, and waste regeneration, as well as technologies and equipment for producing and burning various biofuels. Exhibitors, from machinery manufacturers to paint and varnish producers, use Woodworking as a platform to showcase their latest innovations. The audience primarily consists of professionals from the wood processing, furniture manufacturing, and related industries. The venue, the Football Manege in Minsk, is a modern exhibition center, centrally located and equipped with all amenities for exhibitors and visitors. Minsk, the capital of Belarus, is a vibrant hub of culture, business, and innovation that is sure to captivate every visitor. In conclusion, the Woodworking fair in Minsk is an absolute must for everyone involved in the wood processing and furniture industry. It's where tradition and innovation come together to shape the future of this vital sector.

The Woodworking takes place annually, and therefore for the 29th time previsibly in September 2024 in Minsk.

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Local time:
17:18 h (UTC +03:00)

Fair location:

Football Manege,
Prospekte Pobeditelei 20/2, 220020 Minsk, Minsk, Belarus


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Fair organizer
Timiryazev str., 65
220035 Minsk, Belarus
Tel: +375 (0)17 2269858
Fax: +375 (0)17 2269936
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Past editions:
  • 26. - 29. September 2023
  • 25. - 28. October 2022
  • 26. - 29. October 2021
  • 22. - 25. October 2019
  • 25. - 28. September 2018
  • 24. - 27. October 2017
  • 27. - 30. September 2016
  • 29 Sep. - 02 Oct. 2015
  • 29 Sep. - 02 Oct. 2014

Fair location:

Football Manege,
Prospekte Pobeditelei 20/2, 220020 Minsk, Minsk, Belarus


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Product groups: carpentry, chipboard, furniture, harvesting machinery, joinery, lumber, machine tools, parquet, pellets, plywood, sawmill equipment, timber, timber transportation, wood, wood coatings, wood coatings, wood heaters, wood paints, wood products, wood recycling facilities, woodworking machinery, woodworking tools, …

Disclaimer: No responsibility is taken for the correctness of this information. Errors and alterations excepted! Fair dates and exhibition sites are subject to change by the respective trade fair organiser.


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Where does the Woodworking taking place?
The Woodworking fair takes place in Minsk, at the Football Manege.

When is the Woodworking taking place?
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How often does the Woodworking take place?
The Woodworking takes place annually.

What kind of fair is the Woodworking?
The Woodworking is an exhibition for Tools, Machine Construction and Timber Industry.