XYLEXPO 2020 postponed to November

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The biennial exhibition for woodworking technology and furniture supplies in Rho, Italy has moved away from its traditional date in May to Nov. 10-13 due to the pandemic.

“This is going to be a very different edition from those we have been used to, but it will allow the entire supply chain to meet again and look ahead, after missing a key event for wood and furniture technology,” said Lorenzo Primultini, president of Cepra, the operating arm of Acimall, the Italian woodworking technology association that owns the exhibition.

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