EPSILON @ ELMIA WOOD 02.–04.06.2022

600 m² booth area – new products – smart control exhibit & many other highlights

PALFINGER EPSILON - the leading global manufacturer of timber cranes -  invites you to visit us in Sweden at this year's ELMIA Wood, the world's largest forestry trade fair.

For the first time, PALFINGER EPSILON will present the new GENERATION 3 live at ELMIA WOOD from June 02 - 04, 2022 in Jönköping, Sweden. On 600 square meters PALFINGER EPSILON will show its new product range, from the latest crane models to Smart Control. Experience our new products live and test it yourself on our moving Smart Control exhibit.

The fair is located in Bratteborg near the E4 freeway, 30 kilometers south of Jönköping.

Visit us at booth no. 301 (loading and transport area).


Opening hours: 

Thursday, 02 June 2022: 9am - 5pm

Friday, 03. June 2022: 9am - 5pm

Saturday, 04. June 2022: 9am - 4pm

More information will follow soon - stay tuned!

fair location
booth 301

Download fair location booth 301

Hotels and accommodation for your visit to the fair can be found at the official reservation service (Website Elmia Wood) of the Elmia Wood Fair Organization.


directions to the fair

EPSILON Kran GmbH, Booth 301

Jönköping, Schweden
Booth 301

1km south-east of Bratteborgs Gard, Vaggeryd, Sweden.

If you are coming from the south, take exit 90 (Vaggeryd Norra traffic zone) and then follow the road signs. 

If you are coming from the north, take exit 92 (Trafikplats Hyltena) and then follow the road signs. 

GPS-dates Elmia Wood: 
Longitude: 14.117197
Latitude: 57.117197

For more information of the fairgrounds and how to get there,
please visit the official Elmia Wood website.

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covid-19 rEstricitons

Entry to Sweden is possible from all the EU/EEA countries without restrictions since February 9, 2022. 
Likewise, the presentation of COVID-19 certificates of vaccination, recovery or testing is no longer required

For more information about traveling to Sweden, look up the Website of Public Health Agency of Sweden

The exhibition itself can therefore be visited without restrictions. The obligation to wear a mask also does not apply.