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Briefly In English
The 22nd Wood Day 30th November 2017
The annual Wood Day is the biggest event in the field where all stakeholder groups are invited. The objective of the day is to share the latest information about wood architecture and construction. During the day, there will be many presentations in three parallel sessions to architects, engineers and woodworking sector. As speakers we have usually the top leaders of the wood working industry and trade, both international and Finnish top architects and researchers etc. Few presentations are in English. Link to program
The day is very popular among the architects, designers, engineers and builders together with professionals from the wood working industry and timber trade. Year 2016 we had over 950 participants. This year we expect to have similar amount of visitors.
Full day seminar entry fee is 450 € + vat.
You can registrate here.
The venue of the event is the Wanha Satama at Katajanokka district. The street address of the main entrance is Pikku Satamakatu 3 - 5, 00160 Helsinki. Wanha Satama is an old harbor warehouse with red brick walls and wooden roof structures. All modern presentation technology is available.
Possibilities for exhibitors
- Stand, size 12 m2. Space rental, price 2.300 euros (vat 0%). Price includes 2 person entrance to the day.
- Exhibition stand in cabinet. Space rental, price 2.500 euros (vat 0%). Size 40 m2. Price includes 2 person entrance to the day.
- Seminar presentation of 20 min, price 1.850 euros (vat 0 %)
- Brochure distribution, price 500 euros (vat 0 %).
The Finnish Timber Council called Puuinfo seeks to promote the use of wood in construction and interior design to create demand for wood products. It disseminates impartial and readable research findings on uses of wood and serves as an information channel for enterprises in the wood products industry. Puuinfo is a non-profit company.
The shareholders of Puuinfo are Finnish Forest Industries Federation, Finnish Sawmills, The Association of the Finnish timber and builders’ merchants and The Central Union of Agricultural Producers and Forest Owners (MTK).