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Heimtextil 2017 gets fully booked 8 months before the fair
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Heimtextil, Messe Frankfurt's trade fair for interior textiles, has announced recently that it is completely booked on many hall levels, eight months prior to its start on January 10, 2017.

The number of exhibitors and exhibition space at the three-day fair has increased with a rise in registrations from European exhibitors.

“The excellent situation with registrations clearly shows that we are on the right track and just how important Heimtextil is as an international world-leading trade fair for the industry. With its new products and trends, it kicks off the upcoming season and is an indispensable platform for companies and trade visitors alike, from purchasers and designers to interior decorators, hoteliers and architects,” said Olaf Schmidt, vice president, textiles & textile technologies, Messe Frankfurt

In the digital printing area, Epson, Hewlett Packard, Kiian, Mimaki, SPG Print and MS Printing, along with new companies such as Matsui and Schoeller Technocell will complement the line-up in 2017.

Exhibitors include well-known mattress suppliers such as Frankenstolz and Technogel Italia and renowned bedding companies such as Lefebvre Textile and Manterol.

In the growing area of decorative fabrics, many new companies from Belgium and the USA in particular have registered, including Bru Textiles, B&T Textilia, Burlington Technologies, P. Kaufmann, Van Moele Weavers and Weverij van Neder.

Heimtextil 2017 will also present the theme park trend section under the management of Exalis, experts from the French trend agency Carlin International will showcase 2017/2018 trends in various themed worlds during the trade fair.

The "Green Village" at the 2017 event will hold free expert presentations and give trade visitors an opportunity to talk to seal awarders and certifiers. The "Green Tour" at the fair will provide a guided tour of the entire trade fair stops at stands of companies with sustainable products and concepts. (HO)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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