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London Fabric Show to feature 33 exhibitors
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Feb '16
Around 33 exhibitors would showcase their products at the forthcoming London Fabric show to be held from 29 February to 1 March, 2016, according to its organiser—the British Furniture Manufacturers (BFM).

The latest exhibition will feature products from countries like the UK, Belgium, Spain, Italy and Turkey. Compared to previous year, BFM has reported in its website a 41 percent increase in the number of pre-registered visitors this year.

“There will be cottons, linens, velvets, chenille, boucles, lining fabrics and tweeds, everything from mattress ticking to light and heavy duty jacquards will be on display.  There will also be leathers, faux leathers and synthetic fabrics from which to choose,” said the organiser.

The exhibition will give British upholstery, bed and mattress manufacturers and retailers a unique opportunity to witness some of the best fabrics available under one roof.

“We are delighted to see a large increase in the number of pre-registered visitors. This is a growing and developing show and gives UK furniture and soft furnishing manufacturers, and fabric buyers, a truly unique opportunity to see some of the best international and British fabric producers under one roof,” said Jackie Bazeley, managing director of BFM.

“We have a greater diversity of fabrics on offer this year, whilst retaining a very high quality level. We are looking forward to a successful show for both exhibitors and visitors,” he added. (NA)

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