Monday, February 6, 2023
Things are happening in full vigour for the MEM Industrial as the dates are coming closer. The upcoming Mexican trade fair is dedicated to the world of the furniture industry and woodworking technologies, scheduled for March 7-9 at the Centro Citibanamex in Mexico City.
It is one of the most awaited woodworking events that promise participation of over 200 exhibitors, including the main brands in the sector, and over 4000 visitors from across the globe. Those who take part, in addition to the many technologies on display, will be able to obtain a full set of benefits from the conference program whose focal points will be the innovation, sustainability and circular economy.
Azul Ogazón, director of MEM Industrial, emphasized that “In the 2023 edition of MEM we will focus on facilitating technological adaptation, sustainable standards, harnessing the creativity of the industry and incorporating new generations of architects and designers, as well as specialists from other industries, with the aim of creating a virtuous circle where the combination of new talent and technology allows us to move towards a wood and furniture processing industry that is a world reference, while ensuring our forests of the future.”
In his participation, Oscar Velázquez pointed out that “the 2023 edition of Makers for Good Make-a-thon MEM Industrial 2023 will continue its efforts to train and empower entrepreneurs, artists, designers, engineers and creatives from different disciplines who seek to develop new products for the furniture industry, and thereby guide this industry towards a circular future of innovation and creativity.”
Finally, Adriana Gutiérrez mentioned that “in MEM Industrial we have found the best platform for the commercialization of different wood products, the promotion of quality standards and certificates demanded by the national and international industry, as well as a hotbed of young talent through the Makea-ton Makers for Good that are driving the generation of new ideas and furniture, as well as the use of various digital tools that will make the entire industry more competitive”.
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