The DREMA fair will be held from September 14 to 17, 2021 in Poznań

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− The need for live meetings, reaching us from everywhere, the very positive reception of last year’s edition and the uniqueness of the DREMA project, means that the 2021 edition will be held in a traditional formula, with the application of all safety rules − says Andrzej Półrolniczak, project manager of the fair DREMA.
Last year’s edition of DREMA met with a very positive reception, despite very difficult conditions and high uncertainty that accompanied the organisers almost to the end. This shows the strength and importance of the wood and furniture industry in Poland.
The furniture sector is one of the most dynamically developing industries in Poland. The potential of the Polish furniture market is estimated at almost PLN 52 billion (the volume of production sold in 2019 according to the CSO), which, according to statistics, accounts for 2.3% of Polish GDP. The Polish wood industry presents a similar potential. The Polish furniture industry, compared to other producers in the European Union, has the highest share in GDP and the highest share of exports (2.2%) in relation to the GDP value.

In 2019, Poland took 2nd place in the world in the ranking of furniture exporters and the 1st place in Europe. The vast majority of Polish furniture production finds its customers abroad. The largest recipient of Polish furniture for many years has been Germany, and other countries are the Czech Republic, Great Britain, France and the Netherlands. In the opinion of foreign customers, the Polish furniture sector is characterised by a very high quality of products, timeliness, speed of deliveries and flexibility of contracts.
According to Eurostat data, the value of Polish furniture exports in 2019 amounted to EUR 11.2 billion. As predicted, in 2020 this value slightly decreased, reaching EUR 11.1 billion. On the other hand, the value of Polish furniture exports converted into PLN amounted to PLN 49.8 billion, which is 3% higher than in the previous year. Santander Bank Polska analysts estimate that the turnover of Polish furniture manufacturers increased by approximately 1.3% in 2020, compared to a decrease at the EU level by approximately 6.3%. Thanks to this, Poland was among the three markets, together with Lithuania and Latvia, which did not record a decrease in turnover last year. The momentum that Polish companies are currently gaining translates into interest in participating in the DREMA 2021 fair.
From June 6, 2021, organisation of trade fairs in Poland is possible. Although the epidemic situation in the country has improved a lot, the organisers of DREMA do not forget about special security measures. The standards in force last year, i.e. online sale of tickets only, non-contact temperature measurement, epidemic surveys, personal protective equipment or ensuring increased air circulation will also be introduced during the next edition of DREMA.
− We are prepared to meet the existing and introduce new recommendations so that exhibitors, visitors, as well as service staff feel safe in the exhibition halls. Last year’s edition, which took place in much more difficult epidemic conditions, proved that thanks to good preparation and cooperation with partners and exhibitors, we are able to organise a safe event for a large audience − declares Andrzej Półrolniczak.
For over 40 years, DREMA has been creating the history of MTP Poznań Expo, which this year celebrates its 100th anniversary.
− I cordially invite you to participate in this year’s prestigious edition of DREMA, such an opportunity happens once in a hundred years!




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