Organizers of the Timber Processing & Energy Expo announced the cancellation of the event, which was scheduled for September 30 to October 2 at the Portland Exposition Center in Portland, Ore.
“Oregon in particular has been slow to open up and the site of our event isn’t open yet,” comments Show Director Rich Donnell. “We looked at hosting a show later in the year and even in 2021, but have decided to hold our next TP&EE as scheduled on September 28-30, 2022 at the same location.”
Donnell says exhibitors have been contacted and the show would like to carryover the existing floorplan to 2022. “We’re already getting new inquiries about space for 2022,” he said. “The 2020 show was headed for a sellout when the pandemic hit.”
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