(MENAFN- Muscat Daily) Muscat- Over 300 exhibitors from 100 countries will showcase innovative solutions at the Dubai WoodShow 2018, the largest such exhibition in the Middle East, which will take place at the Dubai Wold trade Centre from March 12-14.
Dawood al Shezawi, CEO, Strategic Marketing and Exhibitions, organiser of the Dubai WoodShow said, 'The growth in the housing market will drive wood-related business across the region and this creates a great opportunity for the industry. As families move to their new homes, they will require a fresh supply of furniture and most families look for authentic wooden furniture and products.
'Consumers are also looking to replace new, innovative products to replace the old furniture, especially innovative furniture that help families to manage spaces in a better way. According to industry reports, over 25,000 homes will be delivered in Dubai this year,' Shezawi said.
More than 300 exhibitors from 100 countries will showcase new designs, style and product innovation on managing home space in innovative ways.
Expo 2020 preparations further drives up demand, Shezawi said. 'Demand for wood products is expected to be also driven by the new hotel projects.
'Dubai will add 40,000 hotel rooms and service apartments to meet the growing demand of tourists as part of the build-up to the Expo 2020, which is less than three years away.
'As hotel developers are racing against time to deliver more than 40,000 hotel rooms that will help the Emirate to serve 20mn hotel guests annually as well as the 25mn visitors to Expo 2020.'
Shezawi added, 'The total area of the exhibition is 17,388sq m, offering companies a chance to display in a vast setting.'
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