It’s finally that time again: From July 17 to 20 representatives from forestry and forest technology will come together at INTERFORST in Munich. Around 370 exhibitors from 22 countries will present their products and innovations on 75,000 square meters in Hall B6 and in parts of the outdoor area of Messe München.
In addition to 220 exhibitors from Germany, there will be companies from Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Latvia, the Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, the Czech Republic and Turkey. For the first time, companies from Great Britain will also be taking part in Munich.
This year will also feature many first-time exhibitors, such as Alterric IPP GmbH, AMR, Arbeuba Landtechnik und Fahrzeuge GmbH, BitApps GmbH, Bosch Sicherheitssysteme GmbH, Celtiplast SAS, Egelseer Traktoren GmbH, Energreen Germany GmbH, GEPIMA GmbH, GRIFA, Griener Fahrzeugtechnik, juwi GmbH, Lauber GmbH, LESCUS Cetkovice s.r.o., Mensching GmbH & Co. KG, Müller Mulchtechnik GmbH & Co. KG, oscom Deutschland GmbH, Peson, SIA HQ Chipper Parts, Steelyard, STUNK Wild-Fernhaltung, Timbeter, TMC Cancela, Vision Hunters Ltd. Oy. and VTC.
Exhibition Director of INTERFORST, Petra Westphal, is optimistic that “this year’s event will be a great success. Of course, in these peculiar times we have to make a few compromises on the side of the exhibitors. However, INTERFORST 2022 occupies just as much space as the previous event and – more importantly – the who’s-who of the industry is clearly represented. The pre-registration figures for visitors are very encouraging to us. Many exhibitors are also indicating that they’ll be on site with brand-new exhibits. And, last but not least, this time we also once again have a great and diverse supporting program, including the premiere of the DLG ForstPraxis Arena. There are many reasons that reaffirm my opinion that this year’s INTERFORST will impress the industry at least as much as the previous event.”
Contributing to this will also certainly be the “Southeast Europe” matchmaking workshop on July 19 in the INTERFORST Forum in Hall B6, organized by Messe München in collaboration with DLG, the German Agricultural Society, for the first time. This will focus on the promising international target regions and their market potential. Westphal says, “We’re pleased that we are able to highlight the entire Southern European region that’s so important for the industry with this workshop.”