Wood-Mizer to present new machinery at Ligna 2019
By Paulina Lewandowska, Public Relations Specialist
At LIGNA 2019 which will be held in Hannover, Germany, from 27th to 31st May Wood-Mizer will display a new range of woodworking equipment, horizontal resaws, board edgers, and new sawmills for both entry-level and high-production operations.
Wood-Mizer Industries, the global company’s European Headquarters based in Poland, has a long-standing presence at the LIGNA woodworking show held every other year in Hannover, Germany. At the event, Wood-Mizer Industries showcases a broad range of wood processing equipment available through their established distribution network.
Visitors to Wood-Mizer’s stand (FG K44) at LIGNA 2019 will be presented with new high-volume sawmilling equipment and new woodworking machinery alongside the company’s well-known professional sawmill models.
“Wood-Mizer is dedicated to providing sawmillers and woodworkers throughout the world with the necessary wood processing equipment to efficiently process timber into finished wood products,” said Darryl Floyd, Wood-Mizer North America President. “LIGNA is an excellent opportunity for our European headquarters to showcase our broad equipment range at one of the world’s largest trade fairs for the sawmilling and woodworking industry.”
Wood-Mizer’s TITAN line of high-volume sawmilling equipment will be represented at LIGNA with several individual units including the WB2000 wideband sawmill, the EA3000 optimizing board edger with scanning capability, and a high capacity EG800 multirip edger.
A new line of 4-sided planer/moulders for woodworking companies will also be demonstrated. These products enable small to medium workshops to affordably plane and mould finished timber products with minimal investment.
Additional products including the LT15WIDE sawmill, that bring increased log capacitie to customers as well as new horizontal resaws including the HR250 twin band resaw and other equipment not yet publicly released will be displayed at the event.
According to LIGNA, the event held in Hannover, Germany is the world’s leading trade fair for the woodworking and timber processing industry. The biennial event is well attended by more than 1,500 exhibitors, 93,000 visitors, and 42,000 international guests in the industry.