Elmia Wood

Jönköping, Sweden
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The Outlook for 2025

Participants can expect the event to take place between 05.06.2025 and 07.06.2025. All the new format changes will stick, and programming has entered its early planning stages.

A Brief Overview of Elmia Wood 

Elmia Wood presents an overall view of the forestry industry in Swedish and Nordic forestry. The international trade fair is not just a stage for innovations and generating sales, but also discussing changes in how we approach forestry. Reforestation and responsible timber harvesting are topics of interest, and Elmia Wood is a pioneer of the movement. Plus, with sustainability and responsible harvesting practices at the forefront, Elmia Wood enjoys a much larger role within the industry.

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Why Your Visit Is Worth It?

If you’re invested into breaking into the forestry industry in Northern Europe, then you have no better platform to achieve your goals than Elmia Wood. The international trade fair makes for a smart investment because it’s held once every four years and manages to draw in the entire sector into one place. Exhibitors make valuable contacts with the biggest players in the industry and can increase their business substantially. The pandemic has caused significant delays and issues with the participation of exhibitors and buyers, but the first post-pandemic edition still proved to be as valuable as well: 

  • 270 international exhibitors 
  • 26,000 international visitors
  • 22 countries represented
  • 50 years of excellent  

Industry Relevance 

Elmia Wood first arrived on the scene in 1977 and since then put the Swedish forestry industry square into the spotlight. Today Nordic manufacturers and suppliers are at the top of the food chain thanks to this international trade show. Elmia Wood is organised every four years so when a new edition rolls in at Bratteborgs Gård near Jönköping, Sweden it feels like a brand new show. Today, Elmia wood is a platform for innovation thanks to close ties to local universities. The product portfolio has much to offer - moulding cutters, mulchers, off-road vehicles, forestry cranes, chippers, bio-energy units, grubbing-up units, saws and so much more. A big part of the trade show are the live demonstrations whether that’s in the Forestry Machinery zone, Drone Zone or Wood Working areas. 

Who Are You Going to Meet? 

Elmia Wood is all about introducing supply to demand and showcasing just how far the industry has come in the span of four years. Big and small machine manufacturers are always on the ground to demonstrate their newest models. We’re talking about brands like John Deere, Komatsu Forest, Haglöfs, Ponsse, Rottne, Tigercat, Ecolog, Volvo and Liebherr. With such big names, it’s then not surprising to discover the important people that attend the show. The audience is made up of forest owners, forestry experts, contractors, forestry administrators, forest transport companies and other skilled workers. The educational programming and Wood Working area brings in professionals from all levels and skill sets. Elmia Wood is not just a marketplace. It’s also a keeper of history thanks to Elmia Classics – a digital database that stores brochures and service manuals for forest machines dating back to 1955.

Additional Value of Attendance 

Organisers have done much work to revamp and revive much of the show’s format. One such new addition came in the face of the Wood Innovation Loop, which serves as the go-to knowledge loop on new research and technological solutions. It’s here that visitors learn all about the future of the forestry industry through select exhibitors and an information programme. The loop investigates the intricacies of the entire cycle time in forestry. The space is populated by stations whose job is to educate on different aspects of forestry. Most importantly, visitors can receive first-row seats to practical demonstrations of farming methods like thinning, choosing the correct tree and how to proceed while considering nature’s needs and values. 

The knowledge content on offer has increased with the addition of Wood Let's Talk – a special stage dedicated to the dissemination of expertise from industry experts. There are lectures as well as discussions taking place on all three days. The first edition touched upon topics such as how the forestry industry has developed since 1975 and what we can expect in 2075, how climate change affects the choice of tree species, and the full uses of forest raw material. All these sessions are also available online via the livestream feature, which is the very first move from organisers to introduce digital features. 

The support programme exceeds with dynamic demos and sports activities. The most fascinating of which is the use of well-trained dogs to perform insect inspection in the forest to find trees that have been infested by the bark beetle. Another beloved feature is the Timbersports arena where the top competitors skilled in the use of chainsaws, saws and axes can show their incredible skill in a show-stopping competition. It’s something not to be missed for the world. Finally, we have to mention the Drone Zone as an area gaining great popularity. Drones have become a cost-effective way to monitor large sections of land. The zone features the latest models hot from the factory.


Past editions

Elmia Wood 2022

02.06.2022 - 04.06.2022

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How to get to Elmia Wood

On Foot

On Foot

from Jönköping Resecentrum (central station) = 56 min walk (4.5km)


By Car

from Jönköping Resecentrum (central station) = 9 min drive (4.5km)

from Jönköping Airport = 14 min drive (14.7km)


By Public Transport

from Jönköping Resecentrum (central station) take either bus nr 1 or 18 for 10 stops to Rosenlundsbadet. From there you have additional 2 min walk to the entrance (total = 23 min)

from Jönköping Airport: go to bus stop Jönköping flygplats and take nr 27 to Jönköping Östra centrum (20 stations) from there switch to bus nr 1 fro another 8 stops. In 2 min walk you will be infront of the fair. (total = 53 min)