Woodworking, Sawmilling, Manufacturing,
Krakow Wood Industry Fair - change of date
A year ago - when we first contacted companies from the wood industry, carpentry, sawmilling, production and wooden construction, inviting them to participate in the WOODWORK EXPO Fair - we were convinced that in spring we would meet in Krakow at one of the most interesting and innovative events of this year.
The interest from the exhibitors was very high. Unfortunately, the condition of the construction market, deteriorating from month to month, meant that most companies withheld the decision to register for the fair.
The mission of Targi w Krakowie is to organize events at the highest level, and thus to create the best possible conditions for networking and gaining knowledge. We want to act responsibly towards our exhibitors, partners and visitors and avoid a situation in which the fair would not bring 100% satisfaction - that is why the Management Board of Targi w Krakowie decided to postpone the date of the WOODWORK EXPO fair.
We catch trends and changes as they emerge.
We help the industry create a space to confront ideas and experience.
Knowledge-sharing drives growth. And there is no greater concentration of knowledge than that found at a trade show.
Manufacturers and distributors of specialised technologies and manufacturing solutions for the wood industry (manufacturing, distribution, production optimisation, energy optimisation)
Manufacturers and distributors of furniture accessories, furniture panels, finishing materials, wood maintenance products, etc.
Companies specialised in innovative manufacturing and automation optimisation solutions
Solution providers for companies that extract raw materials, organise transport and product management
Packing, storage, internal transport technologies
Processing tool conservation equipment
Sawdust extraction and storage systems
Distributors and importers of sawn wood and semi-finished products
Robotics and digital manufacturing management
Wood-based heat and power generation
Sawmills, woodworking shops
Furniture companies, upholsterers
Exterior architecture manufacturers
Construction companies, installation companies, investors, developers, general contractors
Entrepreneurs interested in the optimisation and automation of industrial production in the wood industry
Companies looking for innovative technologies
Entrepreneurs looking for growth and energy optimisation
Architects, wooden construction industry representatives
Companies promoting wooden and prefabricated construction
Manufacturers of wooden accessories and semi-finished products
Wood extracting companies, transport companies
Semi-professionals and hobbyists trying to enter the professional market
Sawmill / Wood transport Woodworking Shop / Industrial production Furniture manufacturing / Robotics and Automation Wooden Construction / Eco-solutions
Woodworking traditions in Lesser Poland
The history of many local sawmills and woodworking shops has followed a very similar course: in the 1970s and 1980s, the majority were family-run microenterprises providing wood milling services to locals. The political transformation drove up the demand for wood and semi-finished wood products considerably. In the wake of 1989, companies had to professionalise their manufacturing processes, and in the 21st century, they began to experiment with exports and automation. Today, the top Lesser Poland wood producers lead the fray among the largest wood companies in Poland, and regional furniture manufacturers rank among the country’s top exporters, promoting Polish products across the globe. The long and dynamic wood manufacturing chain also includes many small and medium-sized enterprises popular with many consumers.
Inspired by the deep-rooted traditions and economic success of the wood and furniture industry in our region, we want to launch a regular trade show to strengthen the position of local enterprises and have a real impact on development and innovation in the dynamic wood market in Poland.