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On 19 November 2020, an introductory meeting was held on the CRP - Forest Wood Chain project, which aims to determine the impact of climate change on the availability, characteristics and quality of tree species in Slovenia in the future, determine the biorefinery potential of wood of relevant tree species and develop new materials for construction, biorefineries oz. paper industry.Find out more »
A new Catalogue for the promotion of Slovenian wood and furniture products on foreign markets has been published. It presents 36 wood and furniture export-oriented companies and their products. You can view the catalogue HERE! The preparation, design and printing of the Catalogue were supported by the Wood Industry Directorate at the Ministry of Economic Development and Technology of the Republic of Slovenia and SPIRIT Slovenia, a public agency.Find out more »
The Woodworking Cluster has been operating since January 2000, founded by almost twenty major woodworking companies and institutions based in the then largest wood company JAVOR Pivka. Igor Milavec and Bernard Likar, graduates of woodworking, took care of it at that time, and later they were joined by Erika Valentinčič, Master of Woodworking. In 2007, the cluster connected its support services with the services of the Association of the Wood and Furniture Industry at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry…Find out more »
The Erasmus+ ALLVIEW international project, which aims to set up a European platform for vocational training in the furniture and wood sector, has produced a presentation video showing the content of the work on the project and the key topics it covers. The project aims to achieve the objectives of: Artificial Intelligence will be used to improve learning in order to predict future needs of workers in the sector.New dynamic plans of study will be developed based on learning in…Find out more »
On 3 June 2021, the second meeting of the partnership on the European project ALLVIEW Erasmus+ was held virtually. The partners reviewed the implementation of the project activities in the first half of the year and agreed on activities in the next period. The ALLVIEW project aims to modernize vocational education and training by bringing together partners from the European wood and furniture industry. The ALLIEW project connects 22 partners from 8 EU countries.Find out more »
On 9 June 2021 an individual business meetings (b2b) with international participation, was held over virtual platform HERE. The event featured individual business b2b meetings in order to find new business opportunities with innovative Slovenian wood and furniture companies and entrepreneurs; Marles Houses, JELOVICA Houses, Rihter, Ekoart, Lesoteka houses, Alples, Murales, Donar, Gonzaga-Pro, Metalika, ATRIUM New interiors, Vudex, Joinery Kraljic, Space-ing, Studio DREVO, LES CAD, Montpreis, Wood Industry Cluster and CCIS. Almost 70 wood construction or furniture companies, architects, agents,…Find out more »