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Next Xylexpo will be in 2022

Xylexpo 2020, a biennial world exhibition for woodworking technology and furniture supplies in Italy, will not be rescheduled. Instead, the next date has been set for 2022.

"Postponing the exhibition to November 2020 seemed the best possible solution, but the efforts of our organization in recent months and the constant monitoring of all the conditions required to offer a successful exhibition have clearly shown that the situation in November will not be favorable, yet,” according to a letter to exhibitors from the event’s organizer.

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