DELHIWOOD has been held since 2009 every 2 years. In the exhibition at DELHIWOOD 2017 area of 28,000 square meters presented their products 497 companies from 30 countries. 25935 professional visitors from 789 cities of India and 53 countries were registered, which is 50% more than in 2015.
Sections of the exhibition
Machinery and technology
Solid wood processing
Manufacture of wood panels
Sawmills / Grinding machines
Surface treatment and finishing lines
Tools and accessories for furniture and wood processing
Packaging machines / packaging machines for furniture and wood industry manufacturers
Machines for finishing upholstery, mattresses and sofas.
Materials and consumables
Adhesives, chemicals and wood coatings
Wood, veneer, parquet, doors
Decorative surfaces, decorative paper, laminates, door coverings, edges, composite materials, etc.
Wooden panels (plywood, chipboard, MDF) and other universal interior panels
The embossing cylinders, press
Packaging materials for furniture and woodworking industry.
Materials for upholstery, mattresses and sofas.
Fittings and accessories
Fittings, locks, built-in parts, hardware systems, lamps and lighting systems
Semi-finished products for cabinets, kitchen, office and modular furniture
Educational and research institutions
The Indian wood and furniture industry has an estimated output of $ 20 billion. USA, and its organized sector employs more than 300 thousand people. The Indian furniture market is ranked 14th among the largest furniture markets in the world. Its development is mainly due to the increase in the level of income of the population and the impact of global trends in lifestyle, which makes the woodworking and furniture industry one of the most attractive objects for investment.
About 60% of all furniture in India is imported from other countries. In order to preserve the forests, the logging of softwood in the jungle has been banned by the government, and this provides ample opportunities for exporters from other countries to enter the Indian timber market.
In the equipment segment there is significant growth potential in these groups of products, such as machines for processing solid wood and wood-based panels and finishing lines, tools and accessories etc. In recent years, India made large investments in the production of fiberboard (particleboard/MDF) and laminates.
While wooden furniture for the house occupies the largest volume, there is also a rapid growth in the segment of sectional and kitchen furniture. The total annual growth in this industry is 30%.
The non-equipment segment also has huge potential for growth and is able to attract more international companies engaged in the production of furniture fittings, components and structural parts, functional elements, lighting systems, electrical components for furniture and interior design, raw materials, wood, lumber and other materials for the production of furniture, blanks for cabinets, office and sectional furniture.