Given the business success in DelhiWood 2017 in March this year, MumbaiWood 2017 is all set to drive attract exhibitors and visitors from across the world.
The event will take a form of a unique platform for domestic and global brands to showcase woodworking andfurniture manufacturing technologies, fittings, raw materials, accessories and products for wood-based industries and interior design.Due to various industrial hubs and upcoming infrastructure development available in the region, western India is considered to be the highest revenue contributor to the Indian furniture market.
Since the exhibition space is scheduled to be sold out by June this year, MumbaiWood is reportedly believed to get more booking orders. The best part is that the attraction is coming from both the side, demand and supply. PDA Trade Fairs, the organiser, is planning to provide some extra exhibition space in the Mumbai-based event.
“MumbaiWood 2017 will start on 12 October and end on 14 October, 2017 at the Bombay International Convention & Exhibition Centre, in Goregaonas been decided for the exhibition event”, informed Mr.Sivakumar, General Manager and Exhibitions Director at PDA Trade Fairs.
For visitor promotion, pre-registration is going onand visitors from states like Maharashtra and Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Goa and Gujarat are registering for the event.
The Ahmedabad-Surat corridor in Gujarat, the Mumbai-Thane and Pune-Nashik belt in Maharashtra and the Jodhpur-Jaipur cluster in Rajasthan are already renowned for growth in the furniture and panel manufacturing sectors.
Tier-II and Tier-III towns, including Indore-Bhopal,Satara-Kolhapur and Raipur-Bilaspur belts in Madhya Pradesh,Maharashtra, and Chhattisgarh are also setting up furniture manufacturingrespectively. Their aim is to meet the increasing demand for office and residential furniture and doors sets, according to reliable resources.
Almost 50% of the total employment in furniture manufacturing comesfrom Gujarat, Maharashtra, Bihar and Chhattisgarh. The aim of MumbaiWood is to bring together all sectors of the industry precisely for the benefit of these expanding hubs in the hinterland.
Skill development programmes in association with the Furniture and Fittings Skill Council (FFSC), and other B2B forums for business opportunities is believed to make MumbaiWood better than ever. It will be a better opportunity for carpenters to enhance their skills.
Getting back to two previous successful events (2013 and 2015), the organiser of MumbaiWood is committed to making the best efforts and attracting visitors from across Asia.