IFMAC 2020 postponed

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IFMAC 2020, a trade fair for woodworking machines in Southeast Asia, has been rescheduled to Oct. 14-17.

"IFMAC is this year's most important trade fair for woodworking machinery in Southeast Asia. By postponing it until October, we are opening up the possibility for the event to benefit from a possible easing of the prevailing restrictions, giving exhibitors and visitors more certainty for their plans as well as a bit more time to prepare for the show," show director Christian Pfeiffer said in a statement.

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