Ferwood USA Corporation To Exhibit At IWF Atlanta 2022


Ferwood USA Corporation To Exhibit At IWF Atlanta 2022

Reconditioned machinery specialist, Ferwood USA Corporation has confirmed its attendance at this year’s International Woodworking Fair (IWF). The four-day event, which will run from the 23rd – 26th August at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta and house the world’s leading machinery manufacturers and suppliers, will offer visitors an exclusive opportunity to view Ferwood’s unique solutions for the furniture manufacturing industry.

Sporting a brand new stand design that centers around the company’s global sustainability pledge, Ferwood’s 300 sqft interactive stand will showcase its online machinery inventory - which features over 400 reconditioned machines from leading woodworking machinery manufacturers including Homag, Biesse, SCM, IMA, Schelling, Cefla, Holzma, Wemhöner and Holz-Her – and promote its unique 10-step reconditioning programme, that sees machines being stripped and rebuilt to the highest standard. Visitors will also be able to learn more about the company’s established machinery partnerships and global sales network, which help to provide a fast, reliable and cost-effective solution to sourcing the right machinery for its customers.

The event, which will include over 800 exhibitors and attract tens of thousands of attendees, will also offer those buying new equipment at IWF to talk to Ferwood about selling their surplus machinery. Offering a comprehensive, fuss-free selling package, the team will be on hand to talk though the different options available.

Ferwood USA Corporation’s John Wilson says: “The IWF has been cemented in our global exhibition cycle for several years. As the largest woodworking trade show in North America, it offers a fantastic opportunity for the industry to come together and showcase the very best the industry has to offer. From small shops to large manufacturers, IWF is a must attend event and we’re looking forward to seeing new and existing customers on our stand this August.”