Growing demand for office space, co-working, retail, student housing and residential space is set to offer unlimited opportunities for the Indian furniture manufacturing sector. VISIT DELHIWOOD 2019 from March 13 – 16 to explore market opportunities.


India is the world’s fastest growing economy in major emerging markets. With a GDP of 7.3% in FY 2019, the economy is seen to be robust, having high potential for growth. The key drivers for this growth will be government intervention, sustained investment and strong domestic consumption. In fact, a recent report by the World Economic Forum (WEF) predicts the Indian economy will be the third largest in the world following the United States and China by 2030.


The country’s economic recovery from the effects of demonetization and GST is reflected in the 8.2% GDP growth registered in the first quarter of 2018-19. Robust performance by manufacturing, construction and service sectors supported by good farm output has led to GDP growth.


Events at Delhiwood 2019

Timber Forum

  • Date: 15 March, 2019
  • Time: 2 pm to 6 pm
  • Topic: Versatility of Timber
  • Panel Discussion: Challenges and Solutions in WoodworkingSkill Competition
  • Date: 13, 14, 15, 16 March, 2019
  • Time: During Expo hours
  • Topic: The winners of IndiaSkills 2019 competition
    to work on test projects in Cabinet Making and Joinery.


Backed by this growth engine, the prospects are bright for the real estate and infrastructure sector in the medium term. There is a clear increase in infrastructure related activities (Smart Cities) and a growth in real estate category (Commercial complexes and Residential Projects).


While certain issues need to be resolved, including slow implementation of RERA by states, lack of regulatory framework for student housing and slowdown of investments in residential markets, overall perspectives remain positive. This is because the real estate and infrastructure sector is steadily evolving towards greater regulation and transparency. As a result, other linked sectors like furniture manufacturing will benefit from this change and grow exponentially.


At the moment, close to 80% of the furniture market is unorganized, with bulk of the supply provided by small and medium sized industries. However, this is changing rapidly with the entry of organized players in the market.  E-tailers like Urban Ladder and PepperFry are bringing in consumer awareness and innovation while global giants like IKEA are likely to help the overall market organize faster.


“Woodworking shows like Delhiwood, Indiawood and Mumbaiwood have consistently offered an all-encompassing platform for both the demand and supply side to equip themselves with latest in technology, design, machinery and raw materials.”


Travel information for visitors


India Expo Centre and Mart is located in Greater Noida, near the JP Golf Course and within easy reach from Central Delhi and Indira Gandhi International Airport on the new 8-lane Greater Noida Expressway. The venue is easily accessible by car from central Delhi within 45 minutes. There are several routes available from the centre of Delhi.


Access by Road

  • Route 1:
    Via Ring Road, New Delhi:  Take the DND (Noida Toll) bridge and approach Greater Noida exit after the toll booths. Continue past Film City and onto the Expressway.
  • Route 2:
    Via Mathura Road – Apollo Hospital – Kalindi Kunj: Drive past the Apollo Hospital and take left for Kalindi Kunj to reach Amity flyover and take the loop to get on the Expressway.
  • Route 3:
    Via Ghaziabad – NH24 – Mayur Vihar: Take NH 24 and continue left from Akshardham Setu on Mayur Vihar – Noida road, through the DND underpass. Continue past Film City and onto the Expressway.Access by Metro
    Delhi Metro is the fastest and most convenient mode of transport to reach Delhiwood. The station you need to get off is the Botanical Garden. From the Botanical Garden station, free shuttle buses will be made available.Official Travel and Accommodation Partner:
    International Travel House Limited.
  • Tel: +91 11 2601 7808
  • Fax: +91 11 2601 1543
  • Contact: Mr. Sudip Sinha / Mr. Apar Yadav
  • Mob: +91 97111 55780 / 98119 70698
  • Email: / Contacts:
  • Pradeep Kumar G
    Mob: +91-99860 66910
  • Partha Pran Bhagawati
    Mob: +91-99860 61956
  • Register online at

Entry to the Exhibition is FREE and open only to Trade Visitors above 18 years of age.


New Launches at Delhiwood 2019

  • Action Tesa
    Plain and pre-laminated HDHMR doors
  • Altendorf
    Hebrock Edge Banding Machine and the latest version of MAGIS – Panel Optimisation and Navigation Software
  • AM2PM
    100% imported kitchen doors in new finishes and colour combinations along with new wardrobe doors with integrated handles
  • Aristo India
    The latest European trends in wardrobe solutions
  • Biesse Group
    three new entry-level edge banding machines and Sophia IoT software
  • Cedar Décor
    1.00 mm updated range of Romania, IPL, Dixon, Aroma
  • Chopal Timber Co.
    Latest PLC controlled fully automatic DD saw and panel jointer machine
  • Decora
    Egger – Decorative panels from Europe and Ornare – Premium gloss acrylic panels
  • De-lux Udyog
    Rod Sanding Machine suitable for sanding 8 mm to 65 mm wood round rods/sticks and S.S. and M.S. round rod and pipe
    l Ebco
    Laptop Drawer, Electric Boxes, Smart Lift – Gas Lift, Presto Door Knob Lock, Sliding Door System, Concealed Door Hinges, SS hinges, Pelmet Arm Door Closer, Slide adapter bracket for pole shelving system, Securite Lock, Modular Cutlery Tray, Pleno plus, Pecasa from PEKA (Switzerland), Wind, Silentia Plus from SALICE (Italy) etc.
  • Echon
    WPC Boards, WPC Doors, WPC Frames, 90 Degree Bendable WPC Laminates, Laminated and Colour WPC Boards, WPC Wall Panels
  • Felder
    Top-end range of industrial edge banders and the worldwide popular CNC machines
  • Ferro Tiger
    Slim Lift – most efficient for lifting and handling loads for Beam Saw Machine (Model: 3E2T)
  • Homag
    Edgeteq S-300 and Edgeteq S-300 (Model 1440 FC) – the high precision edge banding machines alongwith SAWTEQ B-130 – the panel dividing saw.
  • Jai Industries
    Promatic 3.2 (Auto) Panel Saw, (Auto) Edge Bander Proedge 6.5 (P), Beam Saw Procut 3.2, Throughfeed Boring Prodrill 2.3, Double-side surface planer and Rip Saw.
  • JJ Wala
    100 % Keuring Mat/Platform Ply
  • Kanef USA
    Super Board Pro 3
    Neo tools – Home projects, Onsite Projects
  • Praveedh Décor
    New products in Nivesa range produced using PP/PETG/PVC foils.
  • Precitec Saw Industries
    Precision carbide-tipped circular saw blades
  • Relwood
    Relwood UPB – a waterproof, UV resistant, weatherproof sheet with the look and feel of wood and Relwood profiles for your various applications like decking, cladding or roofing using the patented weatherproof raw material
  • Richwood
    Richfill Calibrated Filler – a speciality product developed for plywood industries
  • Royal Timer Store
    Decorative Hardwood from Europe and America and Decorative Softwood from America
  • Skydecor
    New laminates folder 2019 edition
  • Superbond
    Wood Glues – Karigar Super Fast, Karigar KL along with hot melt and super melt glue sticks.
  • Swedish Wood
    Swedish sawn wood species: pine and spruce
  • Vanpro Impex
    Bringing in Sudan Teak directly from ETC
  • Vijay Engineering Corporation
    Automatic woodworking tool vacuum cleaner with triple filter and high vacuum suction capacity
  • Windsol
    Timber seasoning kiln timber FHAT plant for wooden packaging material, Timber treatment plant, Timber steel body dryer



In spite of the growing demand, close to 70% of furniture requirements are being met via imports from China and other countries. The reaseon –  as the demand  becomes more organized, driven by corporate or brand specifications, the supply side has to increase their quality standards and delivery orientation. Hence, high customer expectations will be the driving factor for Indian manufacturers to upgrade technology and standards to meet these requirements of global corporations and end users.


To help meet this need, our woodworking shows have consistently offered an all-encompassing platform for both the demand and supply side to equip themselves with latest in technology, design, machinery, raw materials and unlimited market opportunities.


Number speaks

  • 550 + participants from
    30 countries
    12 country pavilions


Delhiwood 2019 scheduled from 13 – 16 March, at the IEML, Greater Noida, India will once again offer the industry an impressive 42,000 square meters demonstration and display of machinery, technology, raw materials, semi-finished products, components, hardware and fittings for the interior and furniture manufacturing sector. The 2019 edition of the show will witness 550 + participants from 30 countries spread across 12 country pavilions.


Furniture & Kitchen manufacturers, architects, interior designers, timber traders, saw millers, builders, contractors, hardware distributors, dealers from all over the country and neighbouring countries such as Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and the middle-east are expected to participate in the 4-day industry event.


13 – 16  March, 2019
Greater Noida, India

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