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BIFA Wood Vietnam set to return in August 2022

T6,Tháng Tư 22,2022

In light of border control and quarantine measures, BIFA Wood Vietnam, one of the country’s leading wood and woodworking exhibition held in Binh Duong, Vietnam will be postponed to 8 – 11 August 2022.

“Currently, Vietnam borders are still closed and quarantine is required upon arrival,” elaborated William Pang, co-organiser of BIFA Wood Vietnam and publisher of the Panels & Furniture Group of wood magazines. “Moving our event to August will give Vietnam and other borders more time to establish quarantine free travel for visitors and exhibitors, and more time for exhibitors to freight their exhibits or machinery for the show.”

The postponed BIFA Wood Vietnam will be held in a new exhibition hall, the WTC Binh Duong New City Expo Centre, which was completed in mid-2021. Visitors can look forward to leading international woodworking machinery, plus hardwood, softwood and wood materials for the manufacturing of panels, flooring, doors and windows, and other industry trends and developments.

Prior to that, the 2018 edition of BIFA Wood Vietnam treated 4,200 visitors to 183 exhibitors of the latest technologies and products in the furniture manufacturing and woodworking sector.

For more information about BIFA Wood Vietnam, please visit www.bifawoodvietnam.com.

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