GAME Fair organisers have already signed up more than 700 exhibitors including household names such as John Deere, Mitsubishi Tractors, Kubota and Suzuki.

Forestry Journal will also be hosting the Forestry Journal Pavilion, which will provide a turnkey showcase for exhibitors looking for a simpler exhibiting solution this year. Companies looking to test the event for the first time or those that want a simple solution can opt to exhibit in the Pavilion, while those looking for larger stands will be offered a location nearby.

New sign-ups to the Forestry area include Fuelwood, Tilhill, UFKES Greentec and SB Forestry. Woodchippers, stump grinders, log splitters, mulchers, saws, firewood processors and harvester heads sit alongside larger equipment from Eco Log and Pfanzelt.

Other brands on display include Heizohack, GROS, FTG-Moheda, Avesta Vagnen, Plaisance, AMR, Japa, and Vepak.

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The visitor demographic is ideal for the Land and Estate Management sector, with research revealing that its 115,000 visitors are made up of landowners, farmers and estate managers who are responsible for 80 per cent of UK land.

Managing director James Gower commented: “Industry growth between 2015 and 2021 is reported at 5.1 per cent. The Government’s new temporary tax reliefs on qualifying capital asset investments from 1 April 2021 will give exhibitors showcasing machinery a real boost in sales. We are pleased to welcome market-leading forestry companies to the Game Fair in July.”

To discuss exhibiting, contact Ryan Watson via or 07970 245158.