Dach+HolzInternational will be held in Cologne, from 15 to 18 February 2022, together with the Timber Construction European Championship, a highlight that will turn the cathedral city into a Mecca for the roofing and carpentry trade. Across three trade fair halls, 302 exhibitors from 18 countries will present their innovations from the fields of timber construction, roofs, façades, extensions, plumbing and metalworking.
“We as the organiser of Dach+Holz International are certain that the trade fair will be a success for all those involved. This is because the industry is very keen to meet up for its specialist trade fair in Cologne. Given the excellent business conditions for companies, there is a great deal of enthusiasm for investment right now”, said Klaus Plaschka, managing director of the organiser Ghm Gesellschaft für Handwerksmessen.
Other highlights of the Dach+Holz International 2022 programme include live workshops in which skilled crafts are demonstrated to perfection, the offline exchange with influencers from the roofing and carpentry trade.
An event designed primarily for planners and architects will be held for the first time in conjunction with Dach+Holz International in Cologne. From 15 to 17 February, halls 1, 4.2 and 5.2 will accommodate digitalBAU – the trade fair for digital solutions in the construction industry organised by Messe München. The portfolio covers the entire value creation chain for all aspects of the digital planning, construction and operation of buildings. In addition to the exhibition area, there will be forums for presentations and discussions on developments and trends in digitalisation in the construction industry.
“Dach+Holz International will of course be a special trade fair in many respects, but especially because it will be the first major gathering of the industry since the general interruption to trade fairs. We guarantee that this meet-up will be a great hit on a business as well as emotional level. The community is ready to go with the trade fair dates firmly fixed in the calendar”. said Plaschka.