Lesnaya Industriya

The leading Russian trade magazine for entrepreneurs and professionals of woodworking companies

Lesnaya Industriya Russian timber trade magazine to implement Info-360 concept at Lesdrevmash exhibition in Russia

November 28, 2013 – The leading Russian timber trade magazine Lesnaya Industriya and Expocentre, organizer of the 15th International exhibition Lesdrevmash 2014, starts information cooperation at exhibition, which will be held in Moscow on October 20 - 23, 2014.

Info-360 concept involves informing largest audience on preparing for an exhibition and key events during it. Lesnaya Industriya will not only ensure the steady stream of news about exhibition events, also organizes some round tables and seminars within the business program.

The main feature of the Info-360 is the organization of the Information Center of Lesdrevmash,which will become an information channel, providing media with topical information.

The magazine will publish full-color daily Lesdrevmash 2014 bulletin ‘Forest Industry. Daily’ for the first time. Newsletter will inform about exhibition events and participants.

For further information, please contact:

Diana Rostovtseva
Head of Spacial Projects
Lesnaya Industriya
Office: +7 499 346 06 38
Mobile: +7 903 590 59 25
dr@lesprom.com

Lesdrevmash, Russia's largest exhibition of machinery, equipment and tools for the woodworking, furniture, wood, pulp and paper industry, which is held every two years inMoscow.

"Lesnaya Industria" magazine - the leading Russian trade magazine for entrepreneurs and professionals of companies whose business is related to the wood raw material. "Lesnaya Industria" comes out 10 times a year and analyzes the latest developments in the timber industry. Each issue contains an interview with the head of one of the key companies in the industry, case studies of leading enterprises, comments and points of view of experts, market analysis and review of new technologies for processing of wood. " Lesnaya Industria " helps to stay ahead of the competitors.

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