The next international leading trade fair for forestry and forest technology will take place from July 20 to 23, 2022 in Munich, Germany. The aim of the event is to bring all representatives of the international forestry sector, including representatives from science and politics, together at a trade fair so that visitors can enjoy a high-level exchange.
Personal meetings with members of the Advisory Board and the analysis of the exhibitor survey showed that the majority within the industry welcome a shortened trade fair. Given this broad support, Messe München has decided to reduce the next Interforst to four trade fair days.
Reinhard Pfeiffer, Deputy Chairman of the Executive Board of Messe München, supports this decision: “Interforst is the leading platform for innovations and solutions in the field of forestry, wood and bioenergy. We owe that primarily to our loyal exhibitors and visitors. That’s why it’s important to us to ensure the best conditions for everyone involved.”
What was noticeable in the analysis of the visitor survey was that visitors spend an average of 1,3 days at the trade fair. The aim is to organize a modern trade fair that offers visitors solutions for various challenges over the long term and adapts to the contemporary forestry culture.
The four days of the fair from Wednesday to Saturday will continue to reach all parts of the forestry sector that work together nationally and globally. Constructive and interactive trade fair programs will be offered from and for the fields of business, science and politics.
Every four years, Interforst, as one of the leading international trade fairs for forestry and forest technology, presents the entire logistics chain from afforestation and timber harvesting to the sawmill. Another focus is on the energetic use of wood.