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Heimtextil to feature wide range of ready-made products
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Heimtextil to feature wide range of ready-made products
A large selection of bed linen, bedding, mattresses, bathroom textiles and table and kitchen linen will be showcased at the Heimtextil to be held during January 9-12, 2018 in Frankfurt am Main. Bed dealers, wholesalers, online retailers, boutique operators, buyers and housekeepers from the hotel industry will find an array of ready-made products at the show.

"Almost 1,500 international manufacturers will present their new collections from the bed, bath and table segments on nine hall levels. This means that Heimtextil now offers the world's largest selection of bed linen and bedding, mattresses, bathroom textiles and table and kitchen linen," says Meike Kern, director Heimtextil/Messe Frankfurt.

The area marked for the bedding industry will see numerous market-leading companies such as Irisette, Billerbeck and Frankenstolz (all Germany). Mascioni (Italy) and Dún or Fior (Iceland) are new to the fair. Numerous international suppliers of bathroom textiles and accessories will also be presenting their wares. In Rössle & Wanner (Germany), Heimtextil also welcomes a renowned supplier of premium mattresses and a market leader in the field of manually and motor-driven adjustable slatted frames. Rössle & Wanner will exhibit its Röwa brand products in Galleria 1.

Growth is also evident in the table segment. Towa (Japan) and Aramis (Spain) are among the highlights with non-textile table coverings as well as Textil Vidal Rius (Spain) and Mistral Home (Belgium) with table linen in this area.

The Asian premium area for household textiles will see Yunus Textile Mills (Pakistan) and Synergy Lifestyles (India) returning. Synergy Lifestyles is known for its “Bandit Queen” home collection that company owner Sunita Namjoshi developed together with designer Valérie Barkowski. New at Heimtextil is Vini Exports (India), which will also present its new bedding and table linen collection.

Home collections by international fashion labels such as Joop Living or Marc O' Polo and Esprit (licensee Van Es Home, Netherlands) will enchant the visitors. In addition, premium providers will also be presenting their new products in a lifestyle-oriented environment. The companies will present their contemporary and modern as well as classic and elegant approaches in the show. Among those represented with collections of the highest quality are Schlossberg (Switzerland), Collection Stiegler and Curt Bauer (both Germany), Kas International (Australia), Martinelli Ginetto (Italy), Sorema (Portugal) and Welspun (Great Britain).

An interesting feature is increase in the number of exhibitors that include textiles for animals in their portfolio. Heimtextil is meeting this growing interest for the first time in January by providing an area for textiles and accessories for animals in Galleria 0. “All about pets” offers beds for dogs and cats, pillows, cosy blankets and much more. Darling Little Place and Studio am Meer (both Germany), Lex & Max (both Netherlands) and Volentis (Switzerland) will be present in this section. (SV)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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