Danube Building Materials, a part of Danube Group, is showcasing its 'green products' portfolio at the ongoing 11th edition of Dubai WoodShow, which concludes tomorrow (April 6) at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
With the UAE and the region in general gradually moving towards the concept of 'green buildings', the Dubai WoodShow 2016 will give special attention to this domain in its upcoming edition, said the organisers.
A leading p
More than 40 exhibitors from eight countries are taking part in a major display of wood products, import capabilities and manufacturing potential at a wood and wood working machinery event that has opened in Cairo.
The inaugural Cairo Inte
More than 100 companies from 20 countries will take part in the upcoming Abu Dhabi International Wood and Wood Machinery Show, the first-of-its-kind event in the UAE capital.
The show will be held across 4,000 sq m of exhibition space at t
Bahrain imported 52.6 per cent more American hardwood lumber in 2009 despite the global downturn, said the American Hardwood Export Council (Ahec).
The announcement was made at the opening of the Dubai WoodShow 2010. The show wil
Germany-based companies have registered collectively to participate at an upcoming event showcasing wood products and machinery in Dubai, aiming to further the growth of exports of German raw wood to the Middle East, said a statement.
Dubai WoodShow 2010, the Middle East's only wood-focused exhibition, will feature a new woodshow forum consisting of a series of exclusive keynote sessions delivered by high profile experts from the wood industry spectrum.
The first annual
The UAE’s import of US hardwood products is set to touch $25 million this year, according to a recent study.
The study by the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) said this growth will be mainly driven by lumber imports, expected to acc
More than 120 international exhibitors from across the globe are set to attend Dubai Woodshow 2008.
The presence of six national pavilions, amplified international delegations and companies from Japan, Switzerland and Denmark, will mark th