STAND CONSTRUCTION: 14 - 18 February 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
(we will assign the incomming day).
SHOW: 19 - 22 February 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.


SHOW: 19 - 22 February 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
EVENT FOR PROFESSIONAL BUYERS: Hotels, Restaurants, Interior designer,
Government, Furnitures stores, etc.


NO cameras NO informal clothes NO kids NO pets

Av. Mariano Otero #1499 Esquina Av. Las Rosas, Col. Verde Valle, C.P. 44550, Guadalajara, Jalisco, México.
Tel: 01 (33) 33 43 30 00

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  • From Gdl International Airport Miguel Hidalgo
    Take the airport circuit to Chapala-Guadalajara highway then take
    Av Solidarity-Iberoamericana turn left into Av Lazaro Cardenas
    and turn left again at the Millennium Arches then take
    Av Mariano Otero to the left.

  • From Colima Road
    Take to Colima road to Av Lopez Mateos take up Monument Mariano Otero
    and turn left and take Av Mariano Otero.

  • From Nogales Highway
    OPTION1: Take Nogales road to Vallarta then take the node Extension road
    and turn right on beltway turning left to Mariano Otero Extension.
    OPTION2: By Nogales road take Vallarta Extension Ring Peripheral turning
    turning right on Avenue Patria turning left and take Av Mariano Otero.

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    626 Santa Ana Tepatitlán.



    Afamjal (acronym in Spanish of the association) is today the most important business institution of furniture in Mexico. It was established in 1979 for a group of manufactures that consider that was necessary and useful to have an institution that helps, improve and work together for the furniture companies of the state. So far the association has 90 members, including the most important companies of the country.

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    Mariano Otero Av. No. 1313. Col. Rinconada del Bosque 44540 Guadalajara, Jalisco,
    México. Telephone: +52 (33) 3343 340



    To make your hotel reservations and obtain the special
    rates quoted exclusively, please communicate with:

    GCI Grupos y Convenciones Internacionales

    Toll Free - (Mexico) 01 800 71 82 821 or 01 800 83 83 100, (México)

    Toll Free - (USA & CANADA)1 888 243 7405 or 1 888 243 7406

    Switch board – (81) 8369 6868. Fax: (81) 8369 6666.

    Web Site:


    NOTE: Make your reservations well in advance; avoid being left with no hotel room.


    Mexico's second-largest city is the ultimate fusion of the past and present, and both will give you a vacation you'll be talking about for years to come.

    Guadalajara's heart is the CentroHistorico, where meticulously preserved buildings from the colonial era provide a picturesque backdrop suitable for everything from a destination wedding to a meeting of long-lost friends of course, not all of
    Guadalajara's history is in its buildings.

    The Jalisco state, of which Guadalajara is the capital, is the birthplace of tequila. You can find more than 200 varieties here, from the humblest family recipe to gourmet bottles with exotic ingredients that will please the most refined palates.

    To go with your tequila, Guadalajara is also the birthplace of mariachi music. The whole city swings to the infectious rhythm every night. Guadalajara's nightlife is legendary, with some of the finest food in the country and all the entertainment options a large urban area has to offer.

    The Historic City downtown, where the most important government and religious buildings are located. This area is arranged around four plazas that form a Latin cross with the Cathedral at its center.

    The center was renovated in 1980, with the centerpiece being a new large plaza with buildings,colonnades, fountains and gardens, this development introduced
    an important commercial area.

    Above all drinks produced in our country, the most famous is produced in the Tequila Region, an antique and dynamic town, located at northeast of Guadalajara, Jalisco. Tequila is a spirituous beverage obtained from the distillation of blue agave tequilana weber. Tequila can be clasified as follows:

    Is the main handcraft center in Mexico and one of the most important in the world.

    One can acquire fine, original handcrafts such as traditional and high-temperature ceramics including those in the "petalillo" style, blown and spun glass, paper mache figurines, forged iron, silver, brass, wooden furniture, all with the touch that has made this community world famous.

    Chapala, along with its namesake lake, is well established as a weekend getaway destination primarily for inhabitants of the city of Guadalajara. Most of the area's expatriate population (originating primarily from the United States and Canada) reside not in the city proper but in and around Ajijic, a village of approximately 5,000 inhabitants located approximately 5 miles west of Chapala.

    Many of these residents, a large proportion of whom are retirees, spend only the winter in the Chapala area, returning north for the warmer months.

    Puerto Vallarta is a Mexican resort city situated on the Pacific Ocean's Bahía de Banderas. The 2005 census reported Puerto Vallarta's population as 177,830 making it the sixth-largest city in the state of Jalisco.

    The City of Puerto Vallarta is the government seat of the Municipality of Puerto Vallarta which comprises the city as well as population centers outside of the city extending from Boca de Tomatlán to the Nayarit border (the Ameca River). The municipality's population in the 2005 census was 220,368.

    Carlos Delgadillo Keenan. - SHOW MANAGER - Tel: +52 (33) 3343 3400 ext 320

    Arcelia Meza Carrillo. - ASSISTANT MANAGER - Tel: DID +52 (33) 3343 3431

    Cristina Sánchez Origel. - MARKETING EXECUTIVE - Tel: DID +52 (33) 3343 3433

    Sarahí Herrera Aceves. - MARKETING EXECUTIVE - Tel: +52 (33) 3343 3400 ext 300

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    The best manufacturers of the country will be in the context of Latin America's most important exhibition. A specialized section awaits you to grow your sales.

    More than 48,000 square feet of office furniture await!

    Visit Expo Oficina at Mexico International Furniture Expo Winter Edition 2013.