Arnold Laver Timber World, John Boddy Timber, James Latham and Willy Carpentier will be among companies in W6’s “Timber Trail”, which offers visitors the chance to see products from raw timber supplies through to engineered timber solutions.

Arnold Laver’s stand at W6 will be built as a mock house to display the company’s full range of products, including decking, windows, kitchens, roof trusses and hardwood cladding. The company also plans to launch four products, including coloured cladding and prefinished flooring.

“We are excited about exhibiting at W6,” said Arnold Laver’s marketing manager Julia Innocente. “It’s an excellent opportunity to showcase our products and services to such a wide-ranging audience.”

Show organiser the Woodworking Machinery Suppliers’ Association has targeted timber sector companies as part of the exhibition’s evolution from the Woodmex machinery show into an event for the entire woodworking trade.

W6 is now more than 80% booked, with machinery areas “close to full”, said exhibition director John Smith-Bodden.