The Malaysian Wood Expo 2019 (MWE 2019) is a show not-to-be-missed! Jointly organised by the Malaysian Timber Council and Panels & Furniture Group of wood magazines, MWE 2019 will be the first true coming together of top exhibitors in Southeast Asia.
Come meet, learn, network and wheel-and-deal with renowned international wood-based manufacturers and exporters as well as woodworking suppliers and buyers while you tap into the unlimited opportunities that some of the fastest-growing economies in Southeast Asia have got to offer.
Trading with ASEAN member countries will lead to a wealth of business possibilities and Malaysia, which is the second most competitive economy in the region, is an excellent gateway to the ASEAN markets.
MWE 2019 is an avenue for you to seek advanced solutions and unparallel opportunities that will empower your business as the expo is going to be about the market, trends, new products and the place where the tendencies of tomorrow are going to be discovered!
The Malaysian Timber Council (MTC) was established in January 1992 to promote the development and growth of the Malaysian timber industry. MTC was formed on the initiative of the timber industry and governed by a Board of Trustees, whose members are appointed by the Minister of Primary Industries.
Panels & Furniture Group of wood magazines, publisher of wood magazines, has been delivering thought-provoking insights to its readers worldwide for nearly two decades. Among its publications are Panels & Furniture Asia; Panels & Furniture China; Wood in Architecture; American Hardwood Southeast Asia and American Hardwood China. It is also the esteemed organiser of trade fairs such as Sylva Wood in Shanghai, China; and VIFA Woodmac and BIFA Wood in Vietnam.
Located within Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle, the Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) is a renowned exhibition and convention centre where major international events are held. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology as well as food and beverage centres that cater to your every need, PWTC is only 45 minutes away from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport and is within walking distance to hotels, malls and entertainment outlets. The venue is also highly accessible through road, rail (LRT and KTM Commuter) and is serviced by frequent buses and taxis.
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