14th Uzbek International Exhibition. Production Technologies. Woodworking. Furniture and Interior
MebelExpo Uzbekistan 2017
Hall 3, Uzexpocentre, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
MebelExpo Uzbekistan is Ready for Sector Show!
MebelExpo Uzbekistan – the unique exhibition of furniture and woodworking of Uzbekistan will once again show the latest advances and innovations of the sector at Uzexpocentre, within the period from 1st to 3rd of March, 2017.
This major exhibition project has exceeded the scope of a simple industry review of Uzbekistan and now claims to be the key event in the whole Central Asian region. This is manifested by the scale of the event, as well as the interest expressed by businessmen from the neighbouring countries who are willing to visit MebelExpo Uzbekistan to learn about the latest innovations to be presented there. In turn, a list of companies and brands engaged in the exhibition also gives an idea of the event, which plays its very important role in the business strategies of the leading international and national players.
This year MebelExpo Uzbekistan has expanded its area occupying the third Hall and Atrium 2 of Uzexpocentre facilities, as well as added to its list of participants. The latest technology and best samples of products will be presented by 113 companies from 19 countries, namely: Austria, Belarus, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Kazakhstan, China, Poland, Russia, Syria, Slovenia, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Finland, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Sweden, and Japan.
The entire spectrum of furniture and woodworking industry throughout its diversity - from large-scale wood-working machines to finished sets of soft and office furniture, bedroom and kitchen sets will be demonstrated at seven main thematic sections of the exhibition. The exhibition will help getting an idea of the modern furniture fashion, market trends, new materials and production technologies available to professionals dealing with furniture production and trade networks owners engaged in retail sales of furniture.
A significant increase is expected in the Woodworking Equipment section. This year, in addition to traditional European brands like Homag, Altendorf, Holzma, Weeke, Durkopp Adler, Scm Group, Pade, and Griggio, an Austrian company Felder will participate for the first time and a representative of several European companies - Stanko Group from Kazakhstan.
A popular among visitors Woodworking Tools section will be greater than before thanks to its debutants from Europe - Kwh Mirka and Epa-Tools companies.
The greatest increment will take place in Furniture Accessories and Fitting section. For the first time it will receive well-known manufacturer of accessories from Germany – Hettich company, a Russian company McMurtry, Turkish Emaks, a manufacture of furniture frontispieces Attimec from Italy, and an international brand Franke for kitchen sinks, hoods, and plumbing, United Dabbagh Group from Syria producing upholstery fabrics, HPL plastic from Sterling Lam Indian company, famous German brand of films and surface decors Schattdecor. The national products will be presented by Joint Ventures Art Furniture and Atlas Invest (high-gloss panels), PE Rahmizhanov and O'ymakor Biznes (decorative accessories, furniture covers) and many other companies.
The traditional participants from Europe producing furniture adhesives (Klebchemie, Mitol, Denlaks, Henkel) and newcomers with their paints (Sayerlack and Sirca from Italy, Tehnokolor from Russia) will take the leading positions in the Furniture Chemistry section. A wide selection of products will be presented at the stand of Helios Group Concern from Slovenia.
Ready-made furniture will be presented by the manufacturers from Uzbekistan, particularly by 20 companies, which accounted for 23% of the total exhibitors. The recent national reforms aimed at supporting private entrepreneurship have encouraged activity of small businesses to manufacture furniture. Some positive outcome of the on-going reforms can be seen at the stands of domestic companies, which will present high-quality furniture and materials manufactured using innovations and advanced technologies. A broad audience of visitors will definitely appreciate high quality of classic and modern furniture creating comfort and individual style for any room.
The regular participants will include WellWood, Comodo Exclusive, Intermebel, and Dafna. This year, the exhibition will be enriched by many debutants, like Muborak Mebel, Toshkent Mebel, Rattan Master, Iskandar Elit Mebel, Asarental, and Zamin Xamkor Mebel. The stands of these companies will present the whole range of furniture sets for home and office, bedroom and living room sets, soft and office furniture, cabinets, tables, chairs and many more.
The companies involved in implementation of modern technologies in wood processing and furniture production, providing practical assistance to manufactures in upgrading and equipping their productions are among the representatives of the domestic market as well. For example, PE EMAN, a sponsor of registration at the exhibition, which has been operating in Uzbekistan for more than 20 years, is one of such engineering and maintenance companies. The company supplies machines for production of furniture and accessories, wood processing and other equipment produced by the leading international companies. At the same time, foreign partners of this private company are focused on further expansion of cooperation with furniture manufacturers from Uzbekistan.
The international exhibitors will present at their stands innovative products and know-how in the field of wood-processing industry, including various equipment, tools, furniture fittings, wood coatings, adhesives, boards and panels, components and accessories, and many more. They will include traditional participants of the exhibition – JAF, an Austrian woodworking concern, Blum – a leader in manufacture of furniture fittings, Vitebskdrev – a leader of woodworking products from Belarus and many others.
The organizers believe that MebelExpo Uzbekistan will be a source of valuable information regarding the current situation and development stage of the Central Asian market of furniture and woodworking, new technologies, materials, equipment, modern furniture trends for the new furniture season of 2017. Business cycles representing interests of furniture manufacturers and owners of big furniture showrooms from Central Asian countries will arrive to Tashkent to visit the exhibition.
The official support to the exhibition is provided by:
The exhibition will be held with the logistic support by Uzexpocentre NEC under Ministry for Foreign Economic Relations, Investments and Trade of the Republic of Uzbekistan
Technical Partner: LED design
The organizer of the exhibitions: ITE Uzbekistan International Exhibition Company and its partner ITE Group.