FII, a crown agency of the provincial government of British Columbia (B.C.), popularly known by its logo Canadian wood is all set to participate in India Wood 2022, an international trade fair for the wood & woodworking industry including re-man products, manufacturing technologies, tools & machinery, coatings & adhesives, and other related wood industry products. The fair is being held at BIEC Hobli, Bengaluru – 562123. The 5 distinct Canadian wood species on display will be 1) Western Hemlock, 2) Douglas fir, 3) Yellow cedar, 4) Western red cedar and 5) SPF (Spruce-Pine-Fir) in a wide variety of trendy products, creatively displayed on their booth at the event from June 2-6, 2022.
India Wood is an excellent opportunity for wood products, woodworking, and allied products industry to showcase their unique products. As such over 950 exhibitors from more than 12 countries are expected to participate, who will be showcasing products to their target audience from amongst architects/designers, developers/builders, timber traders, manufacturers/contractors and so on.
Speaking about participation in India Wood 2022, Mr Pranesh Chhibber – Country Director, Canadian Wood, said, “I congratulate the India wood team on hosting their 12th edition of the trade fair in the first week of June 2022 and we at Canadian Wood are delighted to be participating in it. It provides us the platform to demonstrate the 5 distinct species of Canadian Wood in a variety of applications by highlighting their USP of being legally harvested and certified wood from the sustainably managed forests of B.C Canada. Another highlight of Canadian Wood lumber (timber) is that it is available duly sized, graded and seasoned to its customers in almost ready to use condition, which helps minimise wastage and maximise productivity. The products on display at the Canadian Wood booth are all made by Indian manufacturers by exclusively using Canadian wood species. These species are stocked and sold by over 40 Stockists in 23 cities, servicing the woodworking industry across India.”