Desire for change and progress is in the air at Xylexpo: after the decision to bring the exhibition timeframe to four days (from Tuesday 26 to Friday 29 May 2020), a new logo has been launched officially, twenty years after the rebranding from Interbimall to Xylexpo and the introduction of the logo that has characterized the international exhibition until the latest edition in 2018.
The biennial international exhibition has decided to squeeze its calendar from five to four days. From the next edition – scheduled from Tuesday 26 to Friday 29, May 2020, at FieraMilano-Rho – Xylexpo will last shorter: the decision was taken unanimously by the managing board of Cepra, the operating arm of exhibition owner Acimall, at the meeting held on October 10.
“We have never seen so much automation and so many advanced systems in any other exhibition around the world!”. This was a recurring statement in the aisles of Xylexpo, the biennial international exhibition of technology and systems for the wood and furniture industry, held at FieraMilano-Rho last May 8 to 12.
The 2018 edition of Xylexpo is going to be a milestone in the 50-year success story of the event: the area has been virtually sold out for a few weeks now and, with the addition of a fourth hall, the exhibition will get close to 35 thousand net square meters, a significant progress from 29,189 in the previous edition, when the area expansion amounted to two thousand square meters compared to 2014.
This was the key message of several speeches delivered at the press conference introducing the next Xylexpo, the biennial international exhibition of woodworking technology and furniture industry supplies to be held from 24 to 28 May at the FieraMilano-Rho expo center.
The woodworking technology and wood-based materials industry keeps showing encouraging trends: preliminary figures for the current year speak for themselves, showing a fully positive sign for all major indexes. The analysis carried out by the Studies office of the Confindustria-member association ACIMALL, gathering the industry's leading companies provides a brighter picture than many were expecting.