Why should we participate?
Reach fast-growing emerging markets from CIS to MENA from the region’s center of trade: Middle-East, North-Africa and West-Central Asia are reached only by 3 to 4 hours travel from Turkey. Due to less strict visa regulations in Turkey, you will be able to meet distributors and decision makers of furniture industry from 56 countries where more than around 1.5 billion people live.
Highest sales and trade point: The exhibition awaited excitedly by wood processing machinery producers, buyers and distributors is highest sales and trade meeting in the market. Furniture producers and carpenters arrange their purchase schedule according to the fair because they get an opportunity to see all working machines together and compare each other.
Opportunity to get new dealerships: The fair is visited by great numbers of qualified visitor groups from CIS to MENA whereby workout to bring buyer groups from target countries. You can find new dealers coming from wide territory to see.
Why should we visit?
The only exhibiton which brings together machinery and furniture subsidiary industries: Wood Processing Machinery is held concurrently with Intermob furniture side industry show, and is the only international exhibition where you will find a wide product range from machinery to semi-finished products, from accessories to materials in one place.
See, Touch, Compare: You can see and touch working machines of world’s leading brands and compare with each other in the biggest wood processing machinery exhibition in Eurasia
Largest trade platform in the region: It is Turkey’s and the region’s largest international trade platform that brings together leading Turkish and global brands, which offers quality, diversity, innovation, technology and design under one roof.
The biggest city of Europe: Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey, constituting the country's economic, cultural, and historical heart. With a population of 14.1 million, Istanbul is the fifth largest city in the world. Istanbul´s strategic position along the retail networks to Europe and the Middle East and the only sea route between the Black and the Mediterranean Sea makes it the most important city in the Turkish economy. Not only because of these strategic advantages but also because of the different cultural and historical influences, the city is popular for being a hotspot in the region.