We promote progress – and at the LIGNA we will show you how
From 27 to 31 May 2019 it is time again for the LIGNA in Hannover. This year we will again present our range of services to the public at the fair.
Like LIGNA itself, our presence at this year's trade fair will be dominated by digitalization. The focus here is particularly on our products and services under the Service 4.0 label, with which we make machines and systems fit for the future. Visit us and experience live what we mean by this.
Here you will find us
As in previous years our stand can be found in hall 26, E27/E28. You can find the exact location on the map, which you can download here.
We are looking forward to your visit!
Information and appointment scheduling
Tel. +49 2151 92-4639
Facts about the world’s leading trade fair
“Making more out of wood”
Since the first LIGNA in 1975, LIGNA has developed into the world's most important trade fair and contact platform for the woodworking industry. The approximately 1.500 exhibitors showcase the entire value chain of the wood industry, from harvesting wood to industrial production
The display categories 2019:
- Tools and machinery for custom and mass production
- Surface technology
- Wood-based panel production
- Sawmill technology
- Energy from wood
- Machine components and automation technology
- Forestry technology
This year's LIGNA focuses on "Integrated Woodworking - Customized Solutions", "Smart Surface Technologies" and "Access to Resources and Technology".
Figures on LIGNA 2017
- More than 1.500 national and international exhibitors
- 129.000 sqm exhibition space
- 93.000 visitors, 42.000 international guests
“LIGNA 2017 will go down as a milestone in the digitalization of the wood industry,” said Dr. Andreas Gruchow, the Deutsche Messe Managing Board member in charge of LIGNA, at the end-of-show press conference. “Industry 4.0 concepts for the wood industry were the dominant theme at this year’s LIGNA, with major emphasis placed on digitalization, integration and automation. The exhibitors covered everything from sophisticated approaches to plant integration right on down to entry-level systems for the skilled trades, thus offering the right technology for any scale of operation.”